Tag: Matlab


DDEABM is variable step size, variable order Adams-Bashforth-Moulton PECE solver for integrating a system of first order ordinary differential equations [1-2]. It is a public-domain code originally developed in the 1970s-1980s, written in FORTRAN 77, and is available from Netlib (as part of

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Fortran and Pyplot

Python’s matplotlib.pyplot is a very nice collection of functions that provide an easy Matlab-like interface for data plotting. It can be used to generate quite professional looking plots. There is a lot of information on the internet about calling Fortran from Python,

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Here is a simple Fortran subroutine to return only the unique values in a vector (inspired by Matlab’s unique function). Note, this implementation is for integer arrays, but could easily be modified for any type. This code is not particularly

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