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C program to do muliple linear regression?

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Does anybody know where I can get source code
for multiple linear regression?

Thanks.
Sean
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I like Press etal. Numerical Recipes in C. An online copy can be found at

http://www.ulib.org/webRoot/Books/Numerical_Recipes/bookcpdf.html

Look under section 15.4
I just copy the source code from the pdf.  The nrutil.h and nrutil.c files are at the back of the book. They just provide functions to malloc memory for matrices and vectors.


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