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Ruby/GSL is a ruby interface to the GNU Scientific Library (GSL), for numerical computing with Ruby.
Using the gem command¶ ↑
Ruby/GSL may now be installed as a Ruby Gem by simply running
gem install rb-gsl
Note that the GSL libraries must already be installed before Ruby/GSL can be installed.
It is recommended to install the GNU plotutils package. Some of the example scripts in the 'examples/' directory use the
graphutility included in the package to plot the results. Windows-cygwin binaries of
GNU plotutilsand related packages are available from here.
Ruby/GSL can be seen in action in these screenshots.
The Ruby/GSL reference manual follows and borrows large parts of the GSL reference manual.
See scripts in
Related Projects¶ ↑
ruby-gsl: Another Ruby biding, developed by Arno Erpenbeck.
Ruby/GSL is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License. This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY.
Bug Report¶ ↑
If you encounter bugs in Ruby/GSL, please e-mail to me, or submit reports from RubyForge page.
- Yoshiki Tsunesada
- David MacMahon