Science Software Sources
Electrons, Neutrons and X-rays: The emphasis here is on polymers, proteins and other complex systems.
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|Free Fortran Routines
||Links to other sites with free Fortran routines.
Shareware and Commercial Software
|Fortran 90 (Lahey)
||Lahey's Fortran 90 and links to software using this compiler (stats., least squares, etc.).
||CNET.com, source for freeware, demos, shareware, and commercial software. Searchable entries have a short description.