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Scalala is a high performance numeric linear algebra library for Scala, with rich Matlab-like operators on vectors and matrices; a library of numerical routines; support for plotting. This software is released under the LGPL. See LICENSE for details. (c) 2008- | Daniel Ramage | dramage | http://cs.stanford.edu/~dramage With contributions from: David Hall <dlwh> Jason Zaugg <retronym> Alexander Lehmann <afwlehmann> Jonathan Merritt <lancelet> aerskine And others (email me if you've contributed code and aren't listed) Building upon and/or borrowing from solid libraries: JFreeChart http://www.jfree.org/jfreechart/ Netlib http://code.google.com/p/netlib-java/ MTJ http://code.google.com/p/matrix-toolkits-java/ iText http://www.itextpdf.com/ The source currently lives on github. You can download a copy: git clone https://github.com/scalala/Scalala.git Scalala is built with sbt, which is included in the repository or can be downloaded from https://github.com/harrah/xsbt/wiki. Run sbt (./sbt) and invoke one or more of the following targets: update -- Downloads scalala's dependencies compile -- Builds the library test -- Runs the unit tests doc -- Builds scaladoc for the public API proguard -- Builds a distributable jar For project maintainers, the project can be deployed with: publish To run an interactive console, either do so through sbt (console or console-quick) or run sbt's proguard target, and then: java -jar target/scala_2.8.1/scalala*.min.jar Documentation is available here: https://github.com/scalala/Scalala/wiki/Scalala And informal support is available here: http://groups.google.com/group/scalala