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AmiBroker 6.01.0 BETA released

Stability: – Regular BETA, pretty stable, should work fine in most environments

This is a BETA version. Make a backup first

A new beta version (6.01.0) of AmiBroker has just been released.

32-bit version:
http://www.amibroker.com/members/bin/ab6010beta.exe
(2 185 576 bytes)

64-bit version:
http://www.amibroker.com/members/bin/AmiBroker6010x64.exe
(10 092 080 bytes)

IMPORTANT: Unauthorized copying and/or distribution of materials found on members’ only page is STRICTLY PROHIBITED and will result in IMMEDIATE termination of license.

Remember to BACKUP YOUR FILES FIRST !
Note that this version can only be installed onto previous full installation of version 6.00 or higher from http://www.amibroker.com/download.html

CHANGES FOR VERSION 6.01.0 (as compared to 6.00.2)

1. AFL: MxDet( mx, method = 0 ) – calculates determinant of the matrix
2. AFL: MxFromString() – creates a new matrix out of string in Mathematica/Wolfram list-style: “{ { 1, 2, 3 }, { 4, 5, 6 } }” or Matlab/Maple style “[ [ 1, 2, 3 ], [ 4, 5, 6 ] ]” or GNU Octave comma-semicolon style [ 1, 2, 3; 4, 5, 6 ]
3. AFL: MxGetBlock( matrix, startrow, endrow, startcol, endcol, asArray = False )
4. AFL: MxInverse( mx ) – calculates inverse of the matrix
5. AFL: MxSetBlock( matrix, startrow, endrow, startcol, endcol, values = 0 )
6. AFL: MxSolve( A, B ) – solves linear equation system A@X = B
7. AFL: MxSort( mx, dim = -1, ascening = True ) – sorts the matrix
8. AFL: MxSortRows( mx, ascending = True, col1 = 0, col2 = -1, col3 = -1 )
9. AFL: MxToString – creates string out of matrix variable in the Wolfram list style like this (for 3×3 matrix): { { x00, x01, x02 }, { x10, x11, x12 }, { x20, x21, x22 } }

KNOWN ISSUES:

1. None

For more details, instructions and examples how to use new features see the 6.01.0 BETA READ ME