by J├Ârgen Brandt
Open and general functional language for large-scale data analysis.

Cuneiform is a large-scale data analysis functional programming language. It is open because it easily integrates foreign tools and libraries, e.g., Python libraries or command line tools.

It is general because it has the expressive power of a functional programming language while automatically parallelizing and distributing program execution.

Cuneiform uses distributed Erlang to scalably run in cluster and cloud environments.

def greet( person : Str ) -> <out : Str>
in Bash *{
  out="Hello $person"
}*

( greet( person = "world" )|out );
Information updated 07/22/18
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