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Re: [Help-gsl] comparison to numeric calculation software application

From: ozgur
Subject: Re: [Help-gsl] comparison to numeric calculation software application
Date: Tue, 18 Aug 2009 11:12:31 +0300

On Mon, Aug 17, 2009 at 11:21 AM, Brian Gough <address@hidden> wrote:

> At Thu, 13 Aug 2009 19:13:21 -0500,
> Jason Lillywhite wrote:
> > After reading a little about gsl and trying bindings in Scheme and
> > Ruby, I have come to feel that GSL is comparable to matlab, scilab, or
> > mathimatica. But since then, have been told by some that I might be
> > off a little. How much are we missing out on by using GSL instead of
> > say, Matlab when it comes to numerical methods. BTW - I am a beginner
> > in MatLab, GSL, and numerical methods.
> See GNU Octave
> It is a GNU replacement for Matlab.
> --
> Brian Gough
> (GSL Maintainer)
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If you consider using an environment with a Lispish syntax and builtin
support for GSL see also Lush.

Lush is both interpreted and compiled via C. It is suitable for both rapid
prototyping and "hardcore" numeric computation. See Lush helptool for
details. A small performance benchmark of Lush compared to Octave resides in
its FAQs:

If you consider using GSL from Common Lisp take a look at GSLL Common Lisp


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