Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #pdl, 2014-01-01

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08:48 Topic for #pdl is now Install PDL: http://pdl.perl.org/?page=install  | Book: http://pdl.perl.org/content/pdl-book-toc.html | Mailing list: http://pdl.perl.org/?page=mailing-lists | Pasting: http://scsys.co.uk:8001/pdl | Channel is logged by ilbot2: http://irclog.perlgeek.de/pdl/today/
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16:56 ribasushi greetings
16:56 ribasushi are there any sort of bindings to pdl (or perl in general) to entry-level solvers
16:56 ribasushi say a ^2 polynomials
16:58 ribasushi I don't know *anything* about this problem domain, so entry-level answers are more than welcome
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18:45 sivoais ribasushi: here's some <https://metacpan.org/pod/Math::Polynomial::Solve>, <https://metacpan.org/pod/Math::GSL::Poly> for just polynomials.
18:45 sivoais and you can do more complex functions by using GSL's root finder <http://pdl.perl.org/PDLdocs/GSL/MROOT.html> (Math::GSL also has bindings)
19:15 jberger ribasushi, bindings for GSL are the way to go
19:16 jberger I am partal to my own binding set: PerlGSL
19:16 jberger https://metacpan.org/pod/PerlGSL::RootFinding::SingleDim
19:16 jberger also I think there are some symbolic packages available
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