MoNumeric is a simple Gtk# frontend for the libregresion numeric library. The library and programs coming with it aim to help physics students and other science/engineering alumni to do their calculations easier than I had.
|libregresion||The library with the numerical functions.||LGPL v2.0|
|regresion||The library has its own Main routine that can be used to run the program in the console. This program is just the library compiled as .NET/Mono executable. By default this is not done at this moment. You have to compile the appropiate target available in the Makefile.||GPL v2.0|
|monumeric||A GUI application written in Gtk#/GNOME# that using Glade# makes really confortable to use the library.||GPL v2.0|
|Documentation||Documentation for the library and the GUI.||GFDL|
If you need help, want to report bugs or contribute please write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Screenshots might be a little updated in some cases although the interface pretends to be consistent. Please send me links to your own screenshots and I will update these. The look and feel will vary depending on the GTK+ theme you are using.
MoNumeric doing a simple linear regresion.
MoNumeric solving a real world interpolation. The routine is based on Lagrange's method.
MoNumeric solving a linear system by the Gauss-Seidel method.
MoNumeric calcultating the inverse of a matrix.
MoNumeric can launch GNOME Calcultator as a helping module.
MoNumeric showing the plot of a linear regresion.
MoNumeric can save and autosave data as text files.
The console version of the program.
|0002||Plot's are under development. Actually we cannot print the regresion lines as the canvas has problems with it now. As GNOME# Canvas is ok printing lines and I become familiar with it we will have much better plots.|
|0003||This is a wish and not a bug. Integrations will be supported too, and probably more and more functions.|