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The Orthogonal Array package contains functionality to generate and analyse orthogonal arrays, optimal designs and conference designs.
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This package also uses code from other works:
Eigen (see http://eigen.tuxfamily.org/, MPL2 license)
InfInt (by Sercan Tutar, MPL2 license)
bitarray (by Isaac Turner, MIT license)
md5.cpp (by RSA Data Security)
msstdint.h (by Alexander Chemeris, see https://code.google.com/p/msinttypes/)
oapackage._scanf (from https://github.com/joshburnett/scanf, MIT license)