Owl is the numerical library for OCaml: https://github.com/ryanrhymes/owl

It is supposed to be an equivalent of numpy and also have capabilities of tensorflow.
Any insights on why it should be used or why it shouldn't?


In a nutshell it is promising but it lacks in multiple points.

The research below explains why it is better/worse than Numpy and Tensorflow:

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