[R] Does R use the ATLAS linear algebra library?

A.J. Rossini rossini at blindglobe.net
Fri May 4 21:44:24 CEST 2001

>>>>> "MEB" == M Edward Borasky <M.> writes:

    MEB> I was visiting the ATLAS home page and they claim that the R
    MEB> project uses the ATLAS libraries. ATLAS is an adaptive linear
    MEB> algebra library. Is this true?  It would save me a *lot* of
    MEB> time if it is :-).  --

It definitely can be set up to use it.  I believe that the Debian
package requires (debian's package of) Atlas.


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