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Re: using Math Link w/FORTRAN

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  • Subject: [mg2383] Re: using Math Link w/FORTRAN
  • From: ianc (Ian Collier)
  • Date: Tue, 31 Oct 1995 23:22:27 -0500
  • Organization: Wolfram Research, Inc.

In article <471hhl$gb3 at>, pbecker at
(peter becker) wrote:

> Hello-
> Perhaps this is a stupid question, but is there any way to
> use Math Link with a FORTRAN application on the Macintosh
> (system 7.1)?  In particular, I want to make plots within
> Mathematica using data computed externally by a FORTRAN
> application.  This involves passing parameters out to the
> FORTRAN code, and data back into Mathematica.  Any help
> would be most appreciated...
> Pete Becker
> pbecker at
> George Mason University
> Department of Physics and Astronomy
> 1-703-993-3619

The MathLink libraries are written in C, and you will need some 
a small C program to interface between Mathematica and your

You might also want to look at Intercall, a Mathematica package 
that provides, amongst other things, easy access to all the 
routines in the IMSL and NAG subroutine libraries, and interactive 
access to any other library or user-written code.

For more information point your Web browser to the following URL:

or contact:

  Analytica                Email: analytic at
  PO Box 522               Phone: +61 9 386 5666
  Nedlands, WA 6009        Fax  : +61 9 386 5666

I hope this helps.


Ian Collier
Technical Sales Support
Wolfram Research, Inc.
tel:(217)-398-0700     fax:(217)-398-0747      ianc at
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