# [plt-scheme] missing gsl scientific libraries

In the science collection I have only 'ported' the parts of the GSL that
I've needed for my own simulation and analysis work. Quite honestly, it's
all I've had the bandwidth to do. I definitely agree that it would be nice
to have more of it.
Doug
On Fri, Aug 15, 2008 at 7:04 AM, Noel Welsh <noelwelsh at gmail.com> wrote:
>* On Fri, Aug 15, 2008 at 12:58 PM, Atmam Ta <atmamta at gmail.com> wrote:
*>* > Does anyone know of plt-scheme interace code to fft, linear algebra,
*>* > least-squares fitting, and non-basic statistics? I can see that there is
*>* a
*>* > "fit" function in the plot library for least squares fitting...
*>*
*>* plt-linalg has basic linear algebra. Don't know about fft, or
*>* least-squares, or what you mean by non-basic statistics. Basically,
*>* if you want libraries I'd recommend R, Octave, Matlab etc. If you
*>* want a better language then look at PLT Scheme, but be prepared to
*>* build more of the infrastructure (but this is fairly quick in my
*>* experience).
*>*
*>* N.
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