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Analysis of geological data using ROKDOC, a Fortran IV package for the IBM 360/65 computer
T. Victor Loudon
|Series||Report - Institute of Geological Sciences -- no. 74/1, Report (Institute of Geological Sciences (Great Britain)) -- no. 74/1|
|LC Classifications||QE48.8 L6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 131 p. :|
|Number of Pages||131|
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Analysis of geological data using ROKDOC, a FORTRAN IV package for the IBM /65 Computer by T. V.?, Report of Institute of Geological Sciences No. 74/1, London,p., £Author: Roger Till.
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Be the first. Analysis of geological data using ROKDOC, a Fortran IV package for the IBM /65 computer. By T.V. Loudon. Abstract. Rokdoc is a package of subroutines and main programs written in Fortran IV for an IBM computer. It is described here for the programmer who wishes to use the package, adapt its routines for other purposes, or who is Author: T.V.
Loudon. Loudon, T. V.,Analysis of geological data using ROKDOC, a FORTRAN IV package for the IBM /65 computer IGS Kept 74/1, p. Note Later papers on G-EXEC written by ACL staff or the NERC Unit situated at Chilton are available at Analysis of geological data using ROKDOC, a Fortran IV package for the IBM /65 computer.
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Analysis of geological data using ROKDOC, a Fortran IV package for the IBM /65 computer. London, UK, Her Majesty's Stationery Office, pp. (Institute of Geological Sciences Report CF74/01) Loudon, T.V. The G-EXEC generalized data-handling system is a computer-based facility with which a user may handle his data.
It is generalized so that it handles almost any type of data, and is written in ANSI FORTRAN IV so that it may be implemented on almost any computer.
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Computers & Gwsciences Vol. 6, PP- ~~5 Peq~non Pros Ltd., I~0. Printed in Grcm Briuth ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCEMENT COMPUTER REPORTS ON OPEN FILE AT THE BRITISH INSTITUTE OF GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES~ For various reasons, formal publications do not cover the full range of computer work at the Institute of Geological Sciences (IGS).
These programs. as revised, enlarged (31, spaces), and rewritten in FORTRAN IV for use on an IBM /30 computer, reflect the general availability of more powerful computers.
geological computer users had outgrown the list, which was therefore discontinued. Another document, from , is pithily entitled "The Rokdoc Package - description and listing of a library of routines in Fortran IV for statistical analysis, summary and display of data concerning sedimentary rocks" (see Loudon, ).
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