¿Software to simulate graphs?


by abr_pr90
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abr_pr90
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Dec13-11, 08:25 AM
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Is there an alternative to matlab for simulating equations,

I am looking for a way of getting some intuition for some Convection Diffusion Equation. I would like to play around with it, simulate it, change its IC/BCs, having some interactive graphs and stuff.
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gsal
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Dec13-11, 08:43 AM
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There are many choices.

There is python and the matplotlib (2D mostly).
There is octave/gnuplot combination
There is freemat (intended to be a free a-la-matlab environment)
Possibly Scilab...have not used it, but have heard good things about it.
and a few other choices that are ready to download in my Ubuntu machine: Euler, Maxima, etc. (just go to software downloads and filter for Scientific or Educational software).

these are all free (as in gratis) choices...I presume that's what you were looking for.


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