Instructions for using xrk
1. Set up an alias by putting the line
alias xrk /math/mathlab/bin64/xrk
in your .cshrc or .tcshrc. You can make the alias effective immediately
with the command
2. Copy the resource file with the command
cp ~bfarr/Xrk ~
This command puts a copy of the resource file in your home directory.
3. Set up the directory structure for saving xrk data files with the command
cp -r ~bfarr/xrk ~
this will create a directory called xrk in your home directory. It contains
a subdirectory called Linear (for the linear model) which contains a single
file "saddle.set" used in the tutorial.
Bill Farr < firstname.lastname@example.org>
Last modified: Mon Jan 27 12:38:52 EST 1997