What is the NAG Toolbox?
The NAG Toolbox is a comprehensive set of interfaces to mark
23 of the NAG Library. The Library has a global reputation
for its excellence and contains over 1500 routines making it the
largest commercially available collection of mathematical and
statistical algorithms. Its capabilities complement those
of MATLAB itself and provide functionality not otherwise available, or
only available by buying several specialist toolboxes.
- Optimization, including linear, quadratic, integer and nonlinear programming
- Ordinary and partial differential equations, and mesh generation
- Numerical integration and integral equations
- Roots of nonlinear equations (including polynomials)
- Solution of dense, banded and sparse linear equations and
- Solution of linear and nonlinear least squares problems
- Special functions
- Curve and surface fitting and interpolation
- Random number generation
- Simple calculations on statistical data
- Correlation and regression analysis
- Multivariate methods
- Analysis of variance and contingency table analysis
- Time series analysis
- Nonparametric statistics
The documentation which accompanies the NAG Library has been adapted
to reflect the MATLAB interfaces and is incorporated in the MATLAB
help system here.
The NAG documentation contains a great deal of mathematical equations,
which the MATLAB help system is not always able to display clearly. As an
alternative it is possible to consult PDF versions of the documents
by clicking on the links at the top of each page.
The PDF files are hosted on the NAG
website. To open these links directly from the help pages you may
need to configure MATLAB to use your preferred web browser. See docopt
for more information.
To display PDF documents you will need a copy of Acrobat Reader (or some other software
for rendering PDF files).
An example of the use of every single routine is provided.