dieproht / matr  0.0.3

A Scala 3 matrix library

matr [ˈmætə]

A Scala 3 matrix library.

Matr is an attempt to bring together safety, flexibility and simplicity for matrix calculations.

• Safety through typed shapes and immutable data
• Flexibility through loose coupling between interface, data and operations
• Simplicity through an easily accessible API and "batteries included" default implementations, both with zero dependencies

Getting Started

`libraryDependencies += "io.github.dieproht" %% "matr-bundle" % "<latest version>"`

Basic Usage

```   // Bring API interfaces in scope
import matr.{Matrix, MatrixFactory}
// Bring bundled implementations in scope
import matr.MatrBundle.given
// Create a Matrix from tuples
val a: Matrix[3, 4, Int] =
MatrixFactory[3, 4, Int].fromTuple(
(0, 8, 15, 0),
(4, 7, 1, 1),
(1, 2, 3, 4)
)
// Create a Matrix of ones
val b: Matrix[3, 4, Int] = MatrixFactory[3, 4, Int].ones
val c: Matrix[3, 4, Int] = a + b
// Create a Matrix of random numbers
val d: Matrix[4, 2, Int] =
MatrixFactory[4, 2, Int].tabulate((_, _) => scala.util.Random.nextInt(20))
// Calculate the dot product of two Matrices
val e: Matrix[3, 2, Int] = c dot d
// Transpose a Matrix
val f: Matrix[2, 3, Int] = e.transpose
// Pretty print a Matrix
println(f.mkString)
// ... it outputs something like this:
// ⎛ 73,  77, 116⎞
// ⎝430, 253, 179⎠```

Matr checks the shape of a Matrix at compile-time, thus the following code does not compile:

```   // Element (2, 3) is missing when creating the Matrix
val ae =
MatrixFactory[3, 4, Int].fromTuple(
(0, 8, 15, 0),
(4, 7, 1, 1),
(1, 2, 3)
)

// Adding two Matrices with different dimensions is not possible
val be = MatrixFactory[2, 5, Int].ones
val ce = a + be

// Column dimension of left-hande side and row dimension of right-hand side
// must be equal when calculating dot product
val de = MatrixFactory[1, 2, Int].tabulate((_, _) => scala.util.Random.nextInt(20))
val ee = c dot de```

Status of the Project

This project is currently in an early phase. If you are looking for a mature tool for matrix calculations in Scala, you should definitely consider Breeze!