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Is Anyone Using Math.Net Numerics?

Old July 26th, 2014, 04:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is Anyone Using Math.Net Numerics?


I was searching for an open source statistics package for C#, and I came across the Math.Net Numerics package (Math.NET Numerics). Has anyone used Math.Net Numerics? I'm looking for wrapped methods for median, mean, standard deviation, binned histograms, frequency plots, etc.

Also, can someone please confirm for me on how I would run a third party library, which I've never done. The first think I did was to download the binaries from the "Get" bottom this site: Math.NET Numerics. That took me to CodeProject, where I downloaded the binaries file. So if I wanted NT7 to have access to this library, where would I put these files?

From what I understand, after I get the libraries installed, I would do the following:

#region Using Declarations
using Math.Net.Numerics

Does this one using command provide access to all of the underlying methods within mathdotnet Numerics?



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