The Accord.NET framework has been archived (discontinued) according to its founder. However, the global community continues to use it with decent activity on Stackflow. The codebase is mature and well-established and very well commented. There is only 1 active developer and development activity is decreasing year over year.

Project Background

  • Framework: Accord.NET
  • Author: Cesar Roberto de Souza
  • Initial Release: May 2010
  • Type: Scientific computing framework in .NET
  • License: LGPLv3 and partly GPLv3
  • Contains: Set of libraries, executable installers, and a NuGet package manager
  • Language: C#
  • Github: accord-net/framework
  • Runs On: Microsoft Windows, Xamarian, Unity3D, Windows Store applications, Linux, and mobile
  • Github Discussions: None
  • Twitter: None
  • Stackflow: None
  • Samples: 25 samples available for download


  • Classification
  • Regression
  • Clustering
  • Distributions
  • Hypothesis tests
  • Kernal Methods
  • Imaging
  • Audio and signal
  • Vision
  • Statistics
  • Numerical linear algebra
  • Numerical optimization
  • Artificial neural networks
  • Graph plotting and visualization
  • Computer audition
  • Signal processing

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