Hello, after having used Scilab for the longer part of a while by now, I'm looking to change over to a functionally more enhanced software but am not yet sure which to choose. I've more or less come down to a choice of four programs, of which I would like you to pick the one which you think is the currently most advanced. If however, you happen to have any other suggestion of an(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); open source or freenumerical or numerical and CAS software, go ahead with it.

- CERN's ROOT [Wiki]
- SciPy Python-based package [Wiki]
- GNU Octave [Wiki]
- Sage CAS (utilizing others such as SciPy) [Wiki]

I hope a few can contribute to this topic although proprietary is more of a standard in the industry.

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# General purpose numerical Open Source sofware sought

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