Yorick is a great interactive data processing language written by David Munro. These dedicated pages collect some informations about working with Yorick.
- Some internal links:
- Yorick links:
- Useful Yorick (Yeti) routines that I have committed
(most useful are probably plot.i and utils.i):
- plot.i - Additional routines for plotting in
Yorick. For instance:
plpto plot points withy symbols and or error bars
plhto plot histograms or curves as stairs
xwindowto create windows and setup graphical style on the fly (and with others units than NDC!)
xmouseto handle the mouse (see xmouse_demo)
plhlineto draw vertical/horizontal lines across the current viewport
- utils.i - Utility routines for Yorick.
- emulate_yeti.i -
Emulate some routines of Yeti (required if do not have Yeti and want to
- fft_utils.i - Useful routines for FFT operations in Yorick.
- fmin.i - Minimization of an univariate function for Yorick. The method is based on original Brent's method modified to allow for different kind of bounds (both, left, right or none)..
- linalg.i - Linear Algebra functions for Yorick.
- lmfit.i - Non-linear least-squares fit by Levenberg-Marquardt method.
- linop.i - Linear operator class for Yeti.
- plot.i - Additional routines for plotting in Yorick. For instance: