3-D graphing software?

John Summerfield debian at herakles.homelinux.org
Wed Nov 21 20:45:35 UTC 2007

Emanuel Machado wrote:
> On 21/11/2007 Dotan Cohen [mailto:dotancohen at gmail.com] wrote:
>> On 20/11/2007, Dean S. Messing <deanm at sharplabs.com> wrote:
>>> Go to <http://www.scilab.org/> for more information.
>>> Dean
>> Thanks, I'll look into Scilab. I'm beginning to realize that I may
>> need one of these 'programming languages' solutions instead of a GUI
>> program such as Kalgebra.
>> Dotan Cohen
> If you're going back to a 'programming languages' solution, you could also
> take a look at root (http://root.cern.ch), which has been providing event
> handling, statistics and graphing for the High Energy Physics community (it
> can actually do a lot more than that). It works as a C++ interactive
> interpreter but you can also compile your code with your favorite (well...)
> compiler. It is also multiplatform (Windows, Linux, Mac). It has a bit of a
> learning curve, but once you're done you got even better at C++, not some
> proprietary language.
> Emanuel

and while you're at it, you should look up Scientific linux, a RHEL 
clone, with extras for the scientific community. I think Cern's a user.



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