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Math.NET is developed with and targetted at the Microsoft .NET Platform. However, there is nothing in the way of using it on Mono or another .Net 2.0 (or higher) implementation. We even explicitly support Math.NET Iridium on Mono/Linux. Any issues that may come up will be collected here on this page. Please use the Math.NET Forum for questions or issues.

Using Math.NET Iridium on Mono and Linux

How to use Iridium in MonoDevelop?

  • Create a new C# Project in MonoDevelop (here on Ubuntu Linux):
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  • Choose Edit References in the References context menu:
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  • In the .Net Assembly find the MathNet.Iridium.dll assembly and click Add:
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  • It should now be listet under selected references. Confirm with OK:
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  • It is now also listed under References. Start coding...
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  • Compile the solution and run it (Project menu). That's it!
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Last edited Jul 29, 2012 at 3:54 PM by cdrnet, version 5

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