At IU, why isn't Numerical Recipes installed on any of the central systems?

Numerical Recipes is a book about numerical computations, including source code for programs. According to the license statements in the book, anyone can type the code in by hand and use it on a shared system; however, system administrators cannot add it to a central system without purchasing a license.

Other scientific/numerical libraries (e.g., GSL, ESSL, MASS, and NAG) are available.

For more information about the availability of software on the Indiana University shared central systems, see Software available on IU's research computing systems .

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Last modified on 2015-08-20 00:00:00.

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