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Reserve the classrooms


Schedule for 09/02/2014


Stat Consultants
CSSSI (219 Prospect St)
To see the Consultant's schedule, please see our calendar on the CSSSI website.
To see the room schedule for the CSSSI Classroom, please see our calendar on the schedule.yale.edu website.
To see the room schedule for the CSSSI Rosenkranz, please see our calendar on the schedule.yale.edu website.

GAUSS

Application Modules available in GAUSS for Windows

Using GAUSS (General)

GAUSS for Windows can be used in either the "interactive" or "batch" mode. In the "interactive" mode Gauss will execute a single command at a time as the user types them after a (gauss) prompt followed by the <ENTER> key. The output to these command will appear in the GAUSS Window as they are executed. This mode is often convenient when the user has a simple task at hand. The disadvantage of this is you do not have a hard copy of the commands executed and all that appears in the GAUSS Window will be lost once you exit GAUSS. This guide is primarily set up to help user in interactive mode.

Batch Mode

In the "batch" mode the user creates a file containing a series of commands using an external text editor or the GAUSS Editor. One will then get GAUSS to execute the entire command file. To use GAUSS in this mode:

Other Resources

lm: September 19, 2001