I'm new to F# and have a question about functions pipeline. Let's say we have a function `map`

which maps list of functions to array of values creating a list of arrays:

```
//val map : ('a -> 'b) list -> 'a [] -> 'b [] list
let map funcs vals =
funcs |> List.map (fun f -> Array.map f vals)
```

Usage example:

```
//val it : float [] list = [[|1.0; 1.144729886|]; [|15.15426224; 23.14069263|]]
map [log; exp] [|Math.E; Math.PI|]
```

Is there a way to replace lambda function `(fun f -> Array.map f vals)`

with a chain of pipeline operators?

I'd like to write smth like:

```
//val map : 'a [] list -> ('a -> 'b) -> 'b [] list
let map funcs vals = funcs |> List.map (vals |> Array.map)
```

But this doesn't work.

Many thanks,

Ivan