I removed the Github stars bc I decided they are too noisy of an indicator of package quality.
For example ARCHModels.jl is one of the best packages I ever used (not just out of Julia packages), however it doesn’t have that many stars.
I created this table for myself a few times when I needed to use TS in Julia. I uploaded it here in case it’s useful to anyone else.
Anyone (including you ) can easily copy-paste the table above & edit it to their heart’s content. Then they can post their edited table below.
(Many users have done this @ Styleforum, another community I used to be part of…)
yeah. packages are not enough but if you have to google everytime you are in julia repl to discover packages and their description, it is not smooth sailing. with metadata including tags which are searchable in repl, you can get certain clusters of them based in their tags and makes discovery easy. also, many of these packages will reference papers and notes which can help you discover papers starting from discovering the package that references those papers.
you can create an automatic curation in julia to do this instead of doing it manually by datamining the metadata of packages. i think this person is using a webcrawler to discover and curate julia packages.
Great list. Thanks for taking the time to put it together. You might want to add my package DependentBootstrap to the list. It’s actually a dependency of one of the packages you’ve already got on the list (ForecastEval).
Hi there, I am going to open a new post tonight to announce it properly, but I have renamed TSAnalysis.jl to MessyTimeSeries.jl and released an additional package called MessyTimeSeriesOptim.jl for model estimation and validation.