Introduction to Quail
Quantitative analysis in lisp
Quail is a quantitative programming environment written in Common Lisp (Steele, 2nd Edition) and is largely object-oriented (based on the CL Object System). Quail extends the Common Lisp language to better support quantitative analysis.
A taste of Quail provides access to many examples of its programmatic capabilities and its interactive use.
Conditions for access
Accessing Quail software is permitted under only one condition. Namely, the user must agree to adhere to the terms of the Quail licence agreement.
By accessing the Quail software, it is understood that the user agrees to, and is bound by, the conditions of that agreement.
The user *does not* have the right to redistribute Quail software to other sites. Each new site requires the accessing of Quail again over the network from the University of Waterloo Quail archive.
The Quail software system is copyright protected and can be licensed for use
on a variety of hardware platforms.
Accessing the code
You will be given access to the code through a series of steps. They are
To start the access process click here .
Statistical Computing Laboratory Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science University of Waterloo Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3G1 Canada