This directory contains the code for Splancs - Spatial Point-Pattern
Analysis code in Splus.
All programs here are supplied with no warranty or support available.
Any problems will be dealt with on a best-effort basis.
Source Code and Docs
Download the following using the `Save Link As...' option of your web browser:
For people who have problems viewing and printing PostScript files, I
have converted the report/guide and the help files to Adobe PDF
format. Download The Guide or the help pages here, but be warned, they are both
about 3 megabytes big - the PostScript files are a tenth of that!
- splancs.ps A PostScript file of
- Sp2doc.ps A PostScript file
documenting the space-time and raised incidence functions
introduced in Splancs version 2.
- splancs A tar file of
the Splancs source code.
- SHelp.ps A PostScript file of the
help files for Splancs functions.
- install.tex Splancs
installation guide (LaTeX format)
- install.ps Splancs installation guide
Solaris 2 Systems
If you have trouble compiling the source on Solaris 2 systems, try the
- splancs.o Compiled fortran code for
Solaris 2 machines.
If you have problems compiling the Fortran (for example, if you
dont have a Fortran compiler!) then download this code. You will
also need to modify some other Splancs
- Delete any calls to
library.dynam in the
First.lib.S with the code from
splancs.sol.tar A complete tar file
splancs library directory for Solaris 2.5
systems as used at Lancaster. Download this if you have
problems compiling or running
splancs for Solaris
2. Simply copy to the $SHOME/library directory and untar it.
Splancs for Splus 5
Here are two binary distributions of Splancs for Splus version 5.1 on
Linux and Solaris systems. Just unzip and untar the files in your
As usual, these files come with no warranty of any kind.
PC Splancs - Splus 3
This file is highly experimental. It should work with Splus for
Windows version 3.1, and I think it needs a little modification for
newer versions (
dyn.load.lib has changed, I think).
PC Splancs - Splus 4 / Windows 95/NT
This is a development from Steven Reader of University of South
Last modified: Mon Apr 23 15:04:10 BST 2001