This C++ library is intended for scientists and engineers who need to manipulate a variety of types of matrices using standard matrix operations.

This C++ library is intended for scientists and engineers who need to manipulate a variety of types of matrices using standard matrix operations. Emphasis is on the kind of operations needed in statistical calculations such as least squares, linear equation solve and eigenvalues. It supports matrix types, e.g., Matrix (rectangular matrix), UpperTriangularMatrix, LowerTriangularMatrix, DiagonalMatrix, SymmetricMatrix, BandMatrix, UpperBandMatrix, LowerBandMatrix, SymmetricBandMatrix, IdentityMatrix, RowVector, ColumnVector.

This C++ library is intended for scientists and engineers who need to manipulate a variety of types of matrices using standard matrix operations. Emphasis is on the kind of operations needed in statistical calculations such as least squares, linear equation solve and eigenvalues. It supports matrix types, e.g., Matrix (rectangular matrix), UpperTriangularMatrix, LowerTriangularMatrix, DiagonalMatrix, SymmetricMatrix, BandMatrix, UpperBandMatrix, LowerBandMatrix, SymmetricBandMatrix, IdentityMatrix, RowVector, ColumnVector.

To install newmat, run the following command in macOS terminal (Applications->Utilities->Terminal)

sudo port install newmat

To see what files were installed by newmat, run:

port contents newmat

To later upgrade newmat, run:

sudo port selfupdate && sudo port upgrade newmat

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