Using NAG Functions with Excel
Combining the power of NAG's mathematical and statistical routines with the ease of use of Excel is a great way to build user applications:
- with a familiar user interface, and
- without the programming effort required by traditional user interfaces.
NAG experts lead you through the process in the articles below. If you have any questions or suggestions just contact us.
Linking to the NAG Library from Excel 2007
Sample Microsoft Excel Projects Illustrating How to Call the NAG C Library
Boosting the Capabilities of the Excel Spreadsheet
NAG DLLs and Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications
Calling NAG Functions with Excel Data
How to call NAG functions with Microsoft Access and Excel data
Using the NAG Fortran Library with Excel 2003
A step by step guide to using the NAG Fortran Library with Microsoft Excel 2003
Declare Statements to Facilitate Calls to Excel
Tech Tip: Calling NAG Routines from Excel
Note: NAG has discontinued the NAG Statistical Add-Ins for Excel and N-SEA, and both have been removed from the NAG product portfolio. Development is underway on a next-generation version of the product that will be compatible with future versions of Excel.