gsl man page

gsl — GNU Scientific Library

Synopsis

#include <gsl/...>

Description

The GNU Scientific Library (GSL) is a collection of routines for numerical computing.  The routines are written from scratch by the GSL team in C, and present a modern Applications Programming Interface (API) for C programmers, allowing wrappers to be written for very high level languages.

The library covers the following areas,

    Complex Numbers
    Roots of Polynomials
    Special Functions
    Vectors and Matrices
    Permutations
    Combinations
    Sorting
    BLAS Support
    Linear Algebra
    Eigensystems
    Fast Fourier Transforms
    Quadrature
    Random Numbers
    Quasi-Random Sequences
    Random Distributions
    Statistics
    Histograms
    N-Tuples
    Monte Carlo Integration
    Simulated Annealing
    Differential Equations
    Interpolation
    Numerical Differentiation
    Chebyshev Approximations
    Series Acceleration
    Discrete Hankel Transforms
    Root-Finding
    Minimization
    Least-Squares Fitting
    Physical Constants
    IEEE Floating-Point

For more information please consult the GSL Reference Manual, which is available as an info file.  You can read it online using the shell command info gsl-ref (if the library is installed).

Please report any bugs to bug-gsl@gnu.org.

Referenced By

gdl(1), gsl-histogram(1), gsl-randist(1).

GNU Scientific Library GSL Team