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Getting Started with PDL

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# [[Introduction to PDL Threading]]
# Signal Processing.
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# Programming in PDL.
# Programming in PDL.
# Manipulating Data.
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# Creating a GUI interface with Perl/Tk.
# Creating a GUI interface with Perl/Tk.
# Where to go from here.
# Where to go from here.

Current revision as of 05:53, 16 November 2009

The "Getting Started with PDL" is a wikibook to get you up and running with PDL in no time. Soon you will be performing numerical calculations and plots easily.

The Contents of "Getting Started with PDL" are:

  1. The power of PDL
  2. Installing PDL the quick and easy way
  3. Installing PDL Manually
  4. The PDL environment
  5. Reading and writing data
  6. 2-D Plotting
  7. Introduction to PDL Threading
  8. Signal Processing.
  9. Surface and Contour Plotting
  10. Image processing
  11. 3-D_Plotting
  12. PDL::PP Basics: Using Inline::Pdlpp
  13. Mapping
  14. Plotting Irregularly-Gridded Data.
  15. Animation with SDL
  16. Programming in PDL.
  17. Manipulating Data.
  18. Creating a GUI interface with Perl/Tk.
  19. Where to go from here.
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