# tsmp is going big!

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Since the beginning of the `tsmp`

package, it was evident that a series of algorithms around the Matrix Profile would pop-up sooner or later.

After the creation of the Matrix Profile Foundation (MPF), the `tsmp`

package had doubled the number of monthly downloads, and that is a good thing!

The current version of `tsmp`

, as shown in the previous post had added the new Pan-Matrix Profile and introduced the Matrix Profile API that aims to standardize high-level tools across multiple programming languages.

Now my focus will be on speed and robustness of the package. Currently I can say that the speed improvement is 25% for STAMP and STOMP.

The `tsmp`

package will keep the current structure, but the “core” algorithms will be moved to a new dependency package called `matrixprofiler`

.

This package will be specialized on low-level (Rcpp) implementation of MASS, STAMP, STOMP, etc. This will let the `tsmp`

more flexible implement algorithms that use the Matrix Profile as the base for the application tasks as “motif search”, “snippet search”, or other algorithms that may appear.

`matrixprofiler`

will tend to be less updated and very stable. Those who just want the basics, will get to work with this package alone, but it is safer to install the `tsmp`

and have the former as dependency.

Stay tuned for the first release.

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