These are the Julia codes from the book Fundamentals of Numerical Computation by T. A. Driscoll and R. J. Braun.
Install Julia. Any of the available methods should be fine. The Julia Pro version comes with an integrated editor and many preinstalled packages, and it might be the best choice for those not comfortable with their command line shell.
Start Julia on your machine. Look for the
At the prompt type the
]character. This will turn the prompt a different color, indicating that you can give commands to the package manager.
At the newly colored prompt, type
The process will take several minutes.
Hit the backspace (delete on Mac) key to go back to the main Julia prompt. Steps 3-5 should only need to be done once per installation.
In order to use the functions, in each new Julia session you must enter
After this completes, all the text's functions can be accessed with the prefix