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    Re: Intel Fortran compiler

    I found that my Ubuntu install didn't come with a .login file but using the .bashrc file seemed to work. For example I added the lines



    source /opt/intel/fc/10.1.015/bin/ifortvars.sh
    source...
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    Re: Gnuplot and openoffice

    If you take out the column names it should work. I've never managed to convince gnuplot to be happy with having text in a data file but there probably is a way to do it!

    Jeremy
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    Re: OpenOffice Impress wont' paste images

    Using Ctrl-C, Ctrl-V does seem to do what you describe. However if I use the 'copy image' option on the right click menu in firefox then pasting into impress works as expected.

    hope that helps...
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    Re: Programming in C++ - Lapack++ or TNT

    If you're looking for an easy to use OO matrix library then you might like to try newmat
    http://www.robertnz.net/nm_intro.htm

    You'll drop a few performance points but not as many as you might...
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    Re: Netbeans 6.0.1 Installer is Empty ?

    By any chance to you have compiz or such like running? I've had various problems where java apps give me a blank window like your when desktop effects are turned on.

    Jeremy
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    Re: Help with a numpy script

    If this histogram step is the one slowing you down have you tried using the scipy.histogram function as it may be faster than your homegrown one?

    An other option might be to explore USFFT...
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    Re: Badly broken eclipse

    You could try starting it with the -clean flag

    i.e. eclipse -clean

    Jeremy
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    Re: Citation Mindmap

    For Nasa Ads, the big database of astronomy/astrophysics papers there is http://paperscope.sourceforge.net/index.htm I don't know whether something similar exists for your field or whether you could...
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    Re: c++ and linear algebra

    Thanks everyone, I'll have a look at those.

    Fortran can do OOPish :) I've written some and it's not pretty.

    Jeremy
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    c++ and linear algebra

    Hi,
    I do a lot of numerical/computational linear algebra and until now I have relied on fortran90/95 and BLAS/LAPACK/Scalapack. However I'm currently trying to tackle a problem that would benefit...
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    Re: plplot and fortran

    I don't use plplot but as it looks similar to pgplot perhaps I can give some advice.

    xwin is usually a driver package that is included in the plplot install. When you do your ./configure there...
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    Re: Learning Fortran

    Hi

    Learn 90/95, it's a much nicer language than 77.

    You might find these course notes useful
    http://www.liv.ac.uk/HPC/F90page.html

    If you're not doing commercial work then the linux...
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    Re: Appending to lists?

    Oh yes and to explain the error message. What happens is the first time you go through the loop you set your variable equal to None so the next time it goes through it raises an exception as None is...
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    Re: Appending to lists?

    Hi there,
    I'm a beginner with python but I think it goes like this...

    .append is a method for lists and adds it's argument to the end of the list and then returns None.

    So all you need is

    ...
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    Re: begginer confused with numpy

    Thank you so much both of you! Starting to get the hang of it (too many years programming fortran eek)

    Jeremy
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    begginer confused with numpy

    Hi, I'm a newcomer to python and want to use the numpy package for my work. I think I must still be confused about the differences between the way mutable and immutable objects are passed into...
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    Re: Help me with matrices

    Can't think of an internet application but you could use octave... It's dead easy to use and is designed to do just such operations as matrix inversion.

    Jeremy
  18. Re: plotting with mixed logarithmic/linear scales

    Okay, I just made a simple example. You can see it's not perfect as there is a small gap between the lines... you can kindof fix this by fiddling the ranges but it's a bit tricky.

    Any suggestions...
  19. Re: plotting with mixed logarithmic/linear scales

    Thanks for the advice. Finally managed this (kindof) with careful use of axes() commands with matplotlib.

    My code is a mess so I won't stick it up here for you to laugh at but I'm happy to send...
  20. plotting with mixed logarithmic/linear scales

    Hi there,
    I am trying to make a plot like this
    http://lambda.gsfc.nasa.gov/product/map/current/map_images/PowerSpectrum1024.png

    but am struggling to find a way of plotting an axis that changes...
  21. Thread: scipy

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    Re: scipy

    Great, thanks that worked!
    Jeremy
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    scipy

    Hi there,
    does anyone use f2py with scipy? I'm having some problems getting it to work. In particular I get error messages along the lines of

    error: file...
  23. Re: SOOOOO miserable on Intel Fortran Install.

    The simple solution is just to edit those scripts and replace INSTALLDIR with the correct path....

    jeremy
  24. Re: High Performance Parallel computing: fortran

    The automatic parallelization options do almost nothing as they tend to be very cautious. At best they will split up a few do loops. They will also only produce code for shared memory architectures...
  25. Re: High Performance Parallel computing: fortran

    I don't know of a pdf version of that book. A google search for openmp reveals half a dozen tutorials that would get you started. Note that it doesn't work on clusters (well maybe the clusteropenmp...
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