minpack interface

Python module + interface to minpack

16 Dec 2014 | , , ,
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Developer Garfield Brown has made two interesting contributions to code.kx.com that could be very helpful for kdb+ programmers.

The first is a python module mirroring the qserver for R code.

The second is an interface to the publicly available minpack solver for non linear equationswith an application to non linear least squares model fitting.

The code and a small example is in Garfield Brown’s contribution section on the Kx wiki.

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