Thanks for your kind words about JAMA.
You are most welcome to include JAMA as part of your distribution of
javagrinders. We appreciate your willingness to acknowledge use of
JAMA in your documentation.
robert huber wrote:
> hi folks,
> i really appreciate the work that you guys have put into jama. it is a
> wonderful framework that i am using heavily in my teaching of advanced
> stats at the biology department of bowling green state university.
> i have also over the years developed a framework of statistical routines
> that i am using for my own work and i have developed those into a java
> library <javagrinders> at http://caspar.bgsu.edu/~software/java
> the javagrinders library has mainly obscure techniques for the analysis
> of behavioral data but with my involvement in teaching parametric
> multivariate stats i am starting to include things like factor analysis
> and such in the package. i have now been using your jama library as the
> linear algebra engine for these newer things and i am wondering what
> your position is about the distribution of jama as part of the
> javagrinders library. i would like to merge the jam.lib into the
> javagrinders.lib (with all the proper credits and references of course.
> that would automatically distribute and install your code when somebody
> gets mine. this should make user access a lot easier. alternatively, i
> would refer anybody downloading and using the javagrinders on to also
> download and install your library separately. i guess this influences
> how tightly i want to integrate usage of jama structures into the
> javagrinders structures.
> whats your take on this and thanks again, ciao,
> Robert Huber
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