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Mathematical library for Delphi 7

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I am looking for a mathematical library for Delphi 7, preferably freeware
Should be able to invert matrices, solve linear equations, maybe least square regression etc...
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Have you looked in the Borland Developers' Network and Code Central at http://bdn.borland.com? There's lots of source code there, including math libraries. You might also check Planet Source COde at http://www.pscode.com.
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by:DeerBear
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Hi,

EFG Libraries are mirrored on Borland site.

Try there.

HTH,

Andrew
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Nothing interesting at http://www.pscode.com unfortunately
No real math library, only a few trivial functions
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For 3D math (mainly for graphicsgraphics), have a look at http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Delphi/Q_20810911.html
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by:LeTay
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Well up to now, nothing very serious about ... mathematics !
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Hmm. Not quite - there's a lot concerning matrix manipulation and transformations but little on things like linear programming and least-squares analysis, though I'm pretty sure I remember some of that in the Borland Developer Network. I'll have another look. I do remember, in particular, finding some linear programming stuff.
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Here's another link for you:
http://www.fssc.demon.co.uk/Delphi/delphi.htm
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by:sftweng
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And more:
http://www.mathtools.net/ (Not Delphi, unfortunately)
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by:sftweng
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Not free but you can download an evaluation version:
http://www.dewresearch.com/

I guess if you can't get going with these leads you'll just have to write it yourself. :-)
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