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free-software collection of command-line tools

  • Jacket, A proprietary GPU Toolbox for MATLAB, enabling some MATLAB computations to be offloaded to the GPU for acceleration and data visualization purposes.
  • jLab, a research platform for building an open-source MATLAB-like environment in pure Java and Groovy. Currently supports interpreted j-Scripts (MATLAB-like) and compiled GroovySci (extension to Groovy) scripts that provides direct interfacing to Java code and scripting access to many popular Java scientific libraries (e.g. Weka and JSci) and application Wizards.
  • Julia (programming language) is a high-level dynamic language with a surface similarity to MATLAB.
  • LabVIEW offers both textual and graphical-programming approaches to numerical analysis. Its text-based programming language MathScript uses .m-file-script syntax providing some compatibility with MATLAB and its clones.
  • LAPACK provides Fortran 90 routines for solving systems of simultaneous linear equations, least-squares solutions of linear systems of equations, eigenvalue problems, and singular value problems and the associated matrix factorizations (LU, Cholesky, QR, SVD, Schur, and generalized Schur).
  • MATLAB is a widely used proprietary software for performing numerical calculations. It comes with its own programming language, in which numerical algorithms can be implemented.
  • GNU MCSim a simulation and numerical integration package, with fast Monte Carlo and Markov chain Monte Carlo capabilities.
  • ML.NET is a free-software machine-learning library for the C# programming language.[1][2]
  • NAG Library is an extensive software library of highly optimized numerical-analysis routines for various programming environments.
  • O-Matrix
  • pandas is an open-source BSD-licensed library providing data structures and data analysis tools for the Python programming language.
  • Perl Data Language provides large multidimensional arrays for the Perl programming language, and utilities for image processing and graphical plotting.
  • Plotly – Plotting library, Python command line, and graphical interface for analyzing data and creating browser-based graphs. Available for RPythonMATLABJulia, and Perl.
  • Rlab is another free-software computer program which bears a strong resemblance to MATLAB. Rlab development ceased for several years but it was revived as RlabPlus.
  • ScaLAPACK is a library of high-performance linear algebra routines for parallel distributed-memory machines that features functionality similar to LAPACK (solvers for dense and banded linear systems, least-squares problems, eigenvalue problems, and singular-value problem).