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Can I run GAUSS in batch mode?
Is there a way to run GAUSS as a batch job?
Yes. You may run the full GUI version of GAUSS in batch mode with the ‘-b’ flag by entering:
gauss.exe -b filename
from a command window or .bat file. GAUSS also ships with a version called TGAUSS (short for terminal GAUSS) that contains all of the core mathematical and general programming functions, but does not have a graphical user interface including the new GAUSS graphics. It’s in your GAUSS installation directory. Chapter 7 of the GAUSS User Guide discusses the features of TGAUSS. To run GAUSS in batch mode, open a command prompt window, cd to the GAUSS directory, and type:
tgauss.exe -b filename