Python has some modules "Scipy" which provides a lot of MATLAB type functionality

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  1. KL7AJ

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    Python has some modules "Scipy" which provides a lot of MATLAB type functionality....and it's cheap....i.e. FREE.
    I've been learning a lot of the latest Scipy features, which will certainly be using up a lot of my disposable time...but that's okay....need to flap some neurons around in my old age. Stay tuned.
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  2. K6ZX

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    python + SciPy + (many, many other python packages) is a very cool and useful programming environment. If you are looking for a free/open source alternative to MATLAB do you know of Octave? Not to discourage use of python, but Octave is very close to MATLAB with the exception of a very small bit of functionality.
  3. KA9JLM

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    I like Python.

    It is best to protect your code.

  4. KL7AJ

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    Yes, I have Octave on my Linux machine. It took longer to compile Octave than my entire kernel. HI. But it does work nicely too.
  5. KK4NSF

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    I use the heck out of python nowadays.

    The only thing I don't like is Idle's lack of line numbers and GOTO. Remember: If you don't know what real Spaghetti is, then you aren't a real programmer! :eek: :D
  6. K6CLS

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    You'll love this: Check out INTERCAL, the statements COME FROM and GO AWAY.
  7. NE4EB

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    Don't forget ABSTAIN.
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  8. N3FTU

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    Python and Jupyter notebooks is replacing everything.
  9. AE8W

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    okokokok ... I want to download Python. Where do I want to download a Windoze version?
  10. K7TRF

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    In addition to Scipy there's also Numpy which can be very useful for numerical analysis including large multi-dimensional array objects similar to Matlab.
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