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Can someone suggest me an appropriate routine (in Fortran) or command (in mathematica) to perform numerical integration of a function, which is specified numerically on a one dimensional grid with equal spacing (and we cannot generate additional data on other grid points)? There are many routines (e.g. in numerical recipe) to do numerical integration of analytical functions but I haven't found one for functions specified only numerically. I found one in NAG library (d01gaf) but NAG is not free. My numerical function is widely varying one and cannot be handled with simple numerical integration schemes (but at the same time additional data on other grid points cannot be generated).

Thanks,

Pradipta

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# Numerical integration of a function specified numerically

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