PV-WAVE provides an interactive interface to a wide set of data manipulation and display tools. It provides a command language which has some of the features of a programming language and user procedures can be added. PV-WAVE typically accepts arrays of data which make it suitable for regular data. It can therefore be regarded as intermediate in facilities between the turnkey systems and the data flow systems.
There are additional PV-WAVE products which include: PV-WAVE Point & Click, providing a point and click user interface to the facilities of PV-WAVE; and PV-WAVE Advantage which provides an interface to the IMSL library (since PV-WAVE can also accept user's subroutines, it can also be used with the Nag library).
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In addition, added value software and other services related to PV-WAVE are provided by:
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