In favour of


Numbers that are range representations

Version on this page:0.0.4
LTS Haskell 12.26:
Stackage Nightly 2018-09-28:
Latest on Hackage:

See all snapshots numhask-range appears in

BSD-3-Clause licensed by Tony Day
Maintained by
This version can be pinned in stack with:numhask-range-0.0.4@sha256:92b366e4bf5787343fa490e41c60ee53070cd618fbbd6ae7162051cbc97aceb7,2472

Module documentation for 0.0.4


Build Status Hackage lts nightly

A Range a is a tuple representing an interval of a number space. A Range can be thought of as consisting of a low and high value, though low <= high isn’t strictly enforced, allowing a negative space so to speak. The library uses the ‘NumHask’ classes and thus most of the usual arithmetic operators can be used.

The library includes modules for:

  • Rect: rectangles, which are 2 dimensional ranges. This is very useful for diagrams
  • Hist: histograms. This may sound strange but buckets of a histogram is nothing more than a collection of contiguous Ranges with extra information for each bucket.