Hello all, first time I post here. I'm doing a PhD in Plasma Physics at the moment and have always been using MATLAB. It seems the research industry however does not look kindly on MATLAB and develops solely on FORTRAN (!!)..(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Anyway, I don't need to go into a lot of detail. I have a big 10x10 matrix that is real. There is no particular symmetry, just real numbers (positive and negative). I need a piece of code to get me theeigenvaluesand theeigenvectorsfor this matrix. I only deal with square matrices in my work. In MATLAB I could use the trustyeig.mfunction, which was perfect. Now that I have to code in FORTRAN, I'm stumped..

Thanks for any help you can provide.

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# MATLAB To FORTRAN Troubles (eig.m equivalent?)

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