I am using Eigen to do some linear algebra computations in my code. However, all of mathematical formulas are based on the fact that indexing starts from 1. So, each time that I want to implement them in the code, I have to check if my indexing in the code is consistent with them or not. I was wondering that if it is possible to tell Eigen to start the indexing from 1 instead of 0.
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