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Make sure you have Xcode installed.Xcode contains the tools needed to compile native code on your machine.It can be downloaded from the App Store or from https://developer.apple.com/xcode/downloads/.

Open a terminal window and execute

GNU Octave is a programming language for scientific computing.

To test it, try to install pomp from source.To do so, run the following in an R session

Some users of Xcode 9 beta 2 have reported needing to install the Command Line Tools package separately.It is available at https://developer.apple.com/download/more/.

If these still don’t work, complaining about a lack of FORTRAN support, try installing gfortran binaries from GCC as recommended by CRAN.

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Make sure you have Xcode installed.It is available at https://developer.apple.com/xcode/downloads/.You may need to follow the “Additional Tools” link to find an older version of Xcode.

To test it, try to install pomp from source.To do so, run the following in an R session

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If these still don’t work, complaining about a lack of FORTRAN support, try installing gfortran according to the following instructions.

The following is based on the instructions given on the R website.

To install gfortran in your user space in such a way that it can be easily removed later, download and run the mac-fortran.sh script from the course website by opening a terminal and executing

This will download and unpack a new version of gfortran, putting it into a new directory: ~/gfortran.It will also put a Makevars file into your ~/.R directory so that R knows where to look when it wants gfortran.

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To test it, install pomp from source by running the following in an R session

Should you ever need to uninstall the gfortran installation, simply remove the ~/gfortran directory by executing the following in a terminal window,

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then edit the ~/.R/Makevars file to remove the lines that refer to ~/gfortran.

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