I totally understand the desire to have thse capabilities and the elegance =
of ruby, but I think you'd find the science and engineering community in th=
e python world worth looking at in more detail.

Numpy, scipy, matplotlib, ipython mayavi2 are some buzzwords to look up and=
 then decide for yourself.

Regards,
Ben R.


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From: Michel Demazure [michel / demazure.com]
Sent: Friday, December 17, 2010 12:56 AM
To: ruby-talk ML
Subject: Re: Ruby and science ?

Phillip Gawlowski wrote in post #969006:

> Not quite, but have a look at ruby-toolbox.com (IIRC), which gives an
> overview of what's available fir what. And there's the Ruby
> Application Archive, of course.
>
'gsl' was not in the toolbox, and (stupid me) I did not look in the RAA
!
_md

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