Science the GNU Way, Part I

Posted by tracyanne on Apr 18, 2012 12:42 AM EDT
Linux Journal; By Joey Bernard
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In my past several articles, I've looked at various packages to do all kinds of science. Sometimes, however, there just isn't a tool to solve a particular problem. That's the great thing about science. There is always something new to discover and study. But, this means it's up to you to develop the software tools you need to do your analysis. This article takes a look at the GNU Scientific Library, or GSL. This library is the Swiss Army library of routines that you will find useful in your work.

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