Jan 10, 2013 at 2:59 PM
Edited Jan 10, 2013 at 3:00 PM

As a VB.NET developer in the area of data analysis in scientific research, I find the Math.NET library and F# very appealing. My VB.NET library is extensive and I'm playing around with Math.NET and F# integration for enhancing and extending various
utilities.
One question, what is the best way to pass a matrix or multidimensional array from VB.NET to F#.NET? Should I use the Numerics' DenseMatrix? What would the calling function look like and parameter passing look like. My arrays are in the
scale of 8x1000000 integer and double.
Any thoughts? Examples?
dgp



let arr : double[,] =
Array2D.init 8 1000000 (fun x y > 0.0)



Hi did you use a Matrix of ints?
I was not able to do that since
Matrix<int>
is still an abstract type and to implement the codeto make it nonabstract required a bit of work.

