I'm currently using Gauss 11. What's new in Gauss 14 compared to 11?
There have been numerous improvements and additions to GAUSS between version 11 and 14. Below is a partial list of the new functions and features by version.
- New in GAUSS 12
- Improved graphics for bar, box, histogram, log, polar, scatter, surface and xy that are easier to use and nicer looking.
- Support for integrated program input/output window added as opposed to an input window that is separate from the output window
- Greatly improved speed of output printed to the screen and decreased memory usage.
- New random number generators for the following distributions: Bernoulli, binomial, Bernoulli, Cauchy, exponential, generalized Pareto, geometric, Gumbel, Laplace, log-normal, multi-variate normal, multi-variate student-t, negative binomial, Rayleigh, Weibull, and Wishart.
- Option to select one of the following underlying random number generators (for any supported distribution), Mersenne-Twister 19937, Mersenne-Twister 2203, MRG32K3A, or Wichmann-Hill.
- Support for parallel random number generation through block-skipping and the ability to create multiple random number streams.
- New in GAUSS 13
- New in GAUSS 14
- Full suite of database functions with support for MySql, Oracle, ODBC, PostGRE, MS-SQL, SQLite and more.
- New Project View Window lets you add any number of folders. Simple GUI controls allow you to run or edit any file in the Project View Window.
- Smart editor finds and highlights errors in your program file before you run the file.
- Improved error report formatting provides error reports that are easier to read and understand as well as looking great and allowing one-click navigation to the source of the error.
Throughout these versions there have also been many smaller enhancements, new functions and bug fixes.
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