Yes, I have checked those links and there are IDE's which should be purchased. My goal is to develop at very low cost.
There is a free offering of 'Intel® Parallel Studio XE Professional Edition for C++' to students. But I am not sure how to use it for my purpose.
I use a Makefile for building the standard C files. I was looking for a way to install the MKL libraries on the Edison itself and do native compiling by adding the arguments for linking the library (something like $(mklSource)/libraryfile ).
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You may also want to check here Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2016 Beta | Intel® Developer Zone . There you’ll find the latest MKL.