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Questions about libraries and standalone software designed or well-suited for scientific or numerical calculations.

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Three easy steps: Set out to solve a problem you find interesting. (I have some if you need more!) Figure out what other OS people have done, try using their software. Find the shortcomings and improve them! …
answered Mar 1 '12 by meawoppl
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I have a Python implementation that satisfies the interest you specify. Take a look at it to see a simple way to do this in languages capable of introspection. Any function that you decorate with i …
answered Apr 29 '13 by meawoppl
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I started out as a Trilinos guy (mostly through the Python bindings), and wrote a big fluids code that worked with both it and PETSc. In general, I would say that these are matrix libraries, and the …
answered Feb 27 '12 by meawoppl
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This can be accomplished in any language with the following rough mental prototype: Create a list of the extents of each dimension (something like shape() in MATLAB I think) Create a list of your cu …
answered Mar 26 '12 by meawoppl
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There are a large number of FDTD solvers targeting acoustic problems. I would start by playing with these, as the boundary conditions you need to impose in acoustics are a bit complicated, and these …
answered Oct 21 '13 by meawoppl