I have some big news. I've just published Data-Forge version 1 to npm! After over 2.5 years, 1,148 commits and 2 Github repositories it's finally here, and now rewritten in TypeScript no less! This software has been in gestation for sometime.
What's next for Data-Forge? There's still more work to be done on Data-Forge itself, but I also have some related projects that I'm itching to get onto. I'm planning to release my extensive library of financial indicators that I use for backtesting stock trading strategies. I'm also planning to build an add-on charting library (on top of D3 of course) that will work from either the browser or from Node.js. This is going to make it so much easier to do ad-hoc exploratory data analysis under Node.js! So please stay tuned.
You can find Data-Forge on npm.
Please be sure to star the Github repo!
I'll soon be writing an introductory blog post on how to get started with Data-Forge, for now though you can take a look at the example in the readme, read the Data-Forge guide or browse the API docs.