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  1. A high-level language and interactive environment for numerical computation, visualization, and programming

  2. GNU Octave is a programming language for scientific computing.

    everyday I get more certain that Algerian universities sucks... about 12 months ago

    As for Matlab, I think you'll be just fine with using GNU Octave.
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  4. Maxima is a fairly complete computer algebra system written in Lisp with an emphasis on symbolic computation.

    Do you know computer algebra software capable of managing... about 22 days ago

    You may use maxima cas ( to solve symbolic complex problems.
  5. Sage is a free open-source mathematics software system licensed under the GPL.

    How do I get this calculator to give me the derivative? about 15 days ago

    You could also try sagemath (, available for window, mac & linux for free.
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  8. Julia is a sophisticated programming language designed especially for numerical computing with specializations in analysis and computational science. It is also efficient for web use, general programming, and can be used as a specification language.

    Show HN: Codon: A Compiler for High-Performance Pythonic... about 13 days ago

    It depends on the nature of your compute. If it is dominated by IO, or if you are actually calling native libraries (like `numpy` does, or it is something that is handled by `arrow`), there is no reason to switch away from Python. If you are writing custom algorithms, I think is a great option.