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MAURICE_J_

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07-26-2016
05:16 AM

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IMSL : RONE and RSTEP routines

HI,

I have been hired (I am a freelance) to translate R scripts to FORTRAN.

I found an old fortran library using RONE and RSTEP routines from an old IMSL DLL. My client (customer) is rich but buying IMSL will take more than 3 months and he told me that it doesn't worth the cost : the R script is only used by 5 or 6 persons.

My question is : has someone writen 'open source' routines doing the same work than RON and RSTEP ?

Jean in France

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Use MKL which comes with intel fortran i think RONE would be GELSD but you would needs to study the help manual.

andrew_4619

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07-26-2016
05:30 AM

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The routines RONE is quite comprehensive, and returns lots of statistical information. It may be the case that you only use a small subset of those statistics. If so, specify only those and you may be able to find an open source or MKL equivalent.

mecej4

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07-26-2016
07:35 AM

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