The paper is devoted to the interactive Fortran package SLDRIVER for experimenting with numerical solutions of Sturm-Liouville problems. A Fortran implementation of 60 test problems are included in SLDRIVER. This makes it easy to compare the performance of different solvers on various problems. The author gives some examples of running SLDRIVER and analysing the results using the MATLAB package. Finally a little information on the design of SLTSTRAK is given which is the part of SLDRIVER that makes it possible to interface a problem set to the solvers and support the needed variety of boundary conditions. (Source:

This software is also peer reviewed by journal TOMS.