Ruby/GSL, a Ruby interface to GSL (GNU Scientific library)¶ ↑
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Ruby/GSL is a Ruby interface to the GNU Scientific Library (GSL), for numerical computing with Ruby.
Ruby/GSL may 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
directory use the
graph utility included in the package to
plot the results. Windows cygwin binaries of
GNU plotutils and
related packages are available here.
The Ruby/GSL reference manual follows and borrows large parts of the GSL reference manual.
See scripts in
Related Projects¶ ↑
ruby-gsl: Another Ruby binding, 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 Reports¶ ↑
Any bug reports are welcome. If you encounter bugs in Ruby/GSL, please report them on GitHub.
- Source code
- Bug tracker
- Travis CI
Yoshiki Tsunesada <y-tsunesada at mm dot em-net dot ne dot jp> (July, 2004)
David MacMahon <firstname.lastname@example.org> (November, 2010)
Jens Wille <email@example.com> (November, 2013)