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Fortran Library Mark 24

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The Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG) has announced that new numerical functionality has been added to its numerical library for Fortran.

The new functionality included at Mark 24 of the NAG Fortran Library brings the number of available routines to more than 1,700, the company says – all of which are expertly documented and include two entirely new chapters plus extensions in the areas of multivariate methods, optimisation, wavelet transforms, time series analysis, random number generators, special functions, correlation and regression analysis, eigenvalues and eigenvectors and operational research.

The new NAG Library contains new routines that have been added in response to customer requests, and further enhancements contributed by NAG’s expert developers and collaborators.

The inherent flexibility of the mathematical and statistical routines in the NAG Fortran Library enable it to be used across multiple programming languages, environments and operating systems including Excel, Java, Microsoft .NET,  Visual Basic and many more.