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Math::GSL(3) User Contributed Perl Documentation Math::GSL(3)
 

Math::GSL - Perl interface to the GNU Scientific Library (GSL)

Version 0.39

    use Math::GSL::Matrix;
    my $matrix = Math::GSL::Matrix->new(5,5);   # 5x5 zero matrix
    # note that columns and rows are zero-based
    $matrix->set_col(0, [1..5])                 # set *first* column to 1,2,3,4,5
           ->set_row(2, [5..9]);                # set *third* column to 5,6,7,8,9
    my @matrix = $matrix->as_list;              # matrix as Perl list
    my $gsl_matrix = $matrix->raw;              # underlying GSL object
    use Math::GSL::RNG;
    my $rng = Math::GSL::RNG->new;
    my @random_numbers = $rng->get(1000);
    use Math::GSL::Deriv qw/:all/;
    my $function = sub { my $x=shift; sin($x**2) };
    my ($status,$val,$err) = gsl_deriv_central($function, 5, 0.01 );
    use Math::GSL qw/gsl_version/;
    # get a version object for the version of the underlying GSL library,
    # which will stringify to a version number
    my $gsl_version = gsl_version();
Each GSL subsystem has its own module. For example, the random number generator subsystem is Math::GSL::RNG. Many subsystems have a more Perlish and object-oriented frontend which can be used, as the above example shows. The raw GSL object is useful for using the low-level GSL functions, which in the case of the Matrix subsytem, would be of the form gsl_matrix_* . Each module has further documentation about the low-level C functions as well as using the more intuitive (but slightly slower) object-oriented interface.

Math::GSL::BLAS - Linear Algebra Functions
Math::GSL::BSpline - BSplines
Math::GSL::CBLAS - Linear Algebra Functions
Math::GSL::CDF - Cumulative Distribution Functions
Math::GSL::Chebyshev - Chebyshev Polynomials
Math::GSL::Combination - Combinatoric Functions
Math::GSL::Complex - Complex Numbers
Math::GSL::Const - Various Constants
Math::GSL::DHT - Discrete Hankel Transforms
Math::GSL::Deriv - Numerical Derivative
Math::GSL::Eigen - Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors
Math::GSL::Errno - Error Handling
Math::GSL::FFT - Fast Fourier Transform
Math::GSL::Fit - Curve Fitting
Math::GSL::Heapsort - Sorting Heaps
Math::GSL::Histogram - Histograms
Math::GSL::Histogram2D - 2D Histograms
Math::GSL::Integration - Numerical Integration
Math::GSL::Interp - Interpolation
Math::GSL::Linalg - Linear Algebra
Math::GSL::Machine - Machine Specific Information
Math::GSL::Matrix - NxM Matrices
Math::GSL::Min - Minimization
Math::GSL::Monte - Monte Carlo Integrations
Math::GSL::Multifit - Multivariable Fitting
Math::GSL::Multimin - Multivariable Minimization
Math::GSL::Multiroots - Muiltvariable Root Finding
Math::GSL::NTuple - N Tuples
Math::GSL::ODEIV - Ordinary Differential Equation Solvers (Initial Value Problems)
Math::GSL::Permutation - Permutations
Math::GSL::Poly - Polynmials
Math::GSL::PowInt - Integer Power Functions
Math::GSL::QRNG - Quasi-Random Number Generators
Math::GSL::RNG - Random Number Generators
Math::GSL::Randist - Random Number Distributions
Math::GSL::Roots - Root Finding Algorithms
Math::GSL::SF - Special Functions
Math::GSL::Siman - Simulated Annealing
Math::GSL::Sort - Sorting
Math::GSL::Spline - Splines
Math::GSL::Statistics - Statistics Functions
Math::GSL::Sum - Summation
Math::GSL::Sys - Sytem utility functions
Math::GSL::Vector - N-dimensional Vectors
Math::GSL::Wavelet - Basic Wavelets
Math::GSL::Wavelet2D - 2D Wavelets

Jonathan "Duke" Leto, "<jonathan@leto.net>" and Thierry Moisan "<thierry.moisan@gmail.com>"

This software is still in active development, we appreciate your detailed bug reports and documentation patches. Please report any bugs or feature requests to the authors directly.

Some operating system configurations will make the compilation of Math::GSL fail. One common problem that happens on RedHat Linux (RHEL) and CentOS looks like this:
    Error:  Can't load '/usr/src/misc/perl-package/Math-GSL-0.20/blib/arch/auto/Math/GSL/Errno/Errno.so'
    for module Math::GSL::Errno: /usr/src/misc/perl-package/Math-GSL-0.20/blib/arch/auto/Math/GSL/Errno/Errno.so:
    cannot restore segment prot after reloc: Permission denied at /usr/lib/perl5/5.10.0/i386-linux-thread-multi/DynaLoader.pm line 203.
    #  at blib/lib/Math/GSL/Errno.pm line 10
This is due the the SE Linux setting being set to "enforcing". To Temporarily disable enforcement on a running system:
    /usr/sbin/setenforce 0
To permanently disable enforcement during a system startup change "enforcing" to "disabled" in ''/etc/selinux/config'' and reboot.

You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command.
    perldoc Math::GSL
or online at <http://leto.net/code/Math-GSL/>
AnnoCPAN: Annotated CPAN documentation
<http://annocpan.org/dist/Math::GSL>
CPAN Ratings
<http://cpanratings.perl.org/d/Math::GSL>
Search CPAN
<http://search.cpan.org/dist/Math::GSL>

If you would like the help develop Math::GSL, visit us on Github <https://github.com/leto/math--gsl> and fork, send Pull Requests and/or create issues.
To view the latest source code online, go to <http://github.com/leto/math--gsl/tree/master>.
The latest version of Git can be found at <http://git-scm.com> .

Thanks to PDX.pm, The Perl Foundation and everyone at Google who makes the Summer of Code happen each year. You rock.

This Perl module is dedicated in memory of Nick Ing-Simmons.

Copyright 2008-2016 Jonathan "Duke" Leto, Thierry Moisan all rights reserved.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
2019-01-01 perl v5.28.1

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