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Published
**1970** by University of Kansas in Lawrence .

Written in English

Read online- CDC 3600 (Computer) -- Programming,
- Electronic data processing -- Geology,
- FORTRAN (Computer program language)

**Edition Notes**

Series | Kansas. State Geological Survey. Computer contribution -- 47 |

Contributions | Ramden, Hans-Ake, |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QE48.8 R48 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 40p. |

Number of Pages | 40 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL18826509M |

**Download FORTRAN 4 program for caonical variates analysis for the CDC 3600 computer**

Get this from a library. FORTRAN IV program canonical variates analysis for CDC computer. [R A Reyment; Hans-Åke Ramdén; American Association of Petroleum Geologists.]. The "FORTRAN IV program for canonical variates analysis for CDC computer" by R.

Reyment and H. Ramden will be made available for a limited time by the Geological Survey for $ (US). An extra $ charge is made if punched cards. (47) FORTRAN IV program for canonical variates analysis for the CDC computer, by R.A. Reyment and H. Ramden, (48) The dendrograph, by R.B.

McCammon and G. Wenninger, (49) FORTRAN IV program for simulating geologic development of sedimentary basins, by D.R.

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Oiakangas, SPIT SYM, a FORTRAN IV computer program for spit simulation, by M. Reyment R.A., Ramdén n IV program for canonical variates analysis for the CDC computer Comp. Contr. Geol. Surv. Kansas, 47 (), pp.

Google ScholarCited by: d Also later implemented on the BurroughsCDCand Univac e Added in following personal communication from Stanley Hagstrom (PCC). f Added in following discussions on UK Fortran mailing list (PCC).

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Reyment, R. A., and Ramden, H. A.,FORTRAN IV program for canonical variates analysis for the CDC computer: Kansas Cited by: 4. CDC provide a considerable number of program samples. Character sets. Univac allow lower case. DEC allow a wider range of extra characters.

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