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Re: Using GSL with C++

From: Peter Johansson
Subject: Re: Using GSL with C++
Date: Sun, 12 Apr 2020 10:34:13 +1000
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Hi all,

On 12/4/20 3:26 am, Pedro Gardete wrote:

Good question.

I think the main thing that could useful for some people is to produce a
quasi-scripting language to use gsl (i.e., approximate matlab ease of use,
for example). So, basically, introducing a number of overloads, etc, to
make using gsl via C/C++ very easy. Loading matrices, saving them, etc.

The yat library started as a wrapper around GSL vector and matrix, includes template expressions, and has grown over time and is no longer focused on GSL functionality. The Matrix and Vector wrappers are, however, still there.



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