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Re: Re: [Help-gsl] sorting rows of a matrix according to any of its col

From: awsteiner
Subject: Re: Re: [Help-gsl] sorting rows of a matrix according to any of its column
Date: Thu, 09 Apr 2009 13:17:46 +0000

Hi all,

I suppose I should mention my little library, o2scl (,
which also has matrix and vector types built on top of GSL.

For posterity, I should note that there are a plethora of C++ish ways
of working with matrices (IML, TNT, uBlas, etc, etc.) and your choice probably
ought to be dictated by your particular problem.

Take care,

On Apr 9, 2009 5:15am, Kevin Channon <address@hidden> wrote:
> Aside from that what does one do when one has to program in C/C++ and

> badly misses the nice matrix based commands/operators that are easily

> available in octave/matlab etc .


I made my own sort of gsl C++ wrapper code, that basically calls the

gsl code in the normal way, but allows me to use a nicer C++ style

that is easier for me to read and such. This also strikes me as the

kind of thing that people might have done elsewhere as well. Anyway,

I've attached the classes that I made. Use them/add to them if

they're the kind of things that you're looking for.



Kevin Channon

School of Chemistry

University of Bristol


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