GNU Scientific Library 2.0 Adds New Features
Written by Michael Larabel in GNU on 1 November 2015 at 08:00 AM EST. 5 Comments
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GNU Scientific Library is a collection of numerical computing routines written in C. GNU Scientific Library 2.0 was declared this weekend over a number of internal code changes, including some API changes.

GNU Scientific Library 2.0 adds routines for sparse matrices, regularized least squares, 2D interpolation, and a new non-linear least squares solver.

More details on GSL 2.0 for those interested in a bunch of numerical computing routines that are GPL-licensed and should build on most platforms out there, visit the email post and the project site for a complete listing of the GNU Scientific Library's capabilities.
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