Can anyone tell me the difference between these engineering softwares?

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.Why is ‘numpy’ more used than ‘MATLAB’, ‘Yorick’, ‘Octave’ and IDL? Any idea about numpy arrays? Why it is not using lists? Please give me the details of Numpy, Numarray and numeric. Can anybody spell ‘NumPy’. Is it supporting the ‘Python 3’?

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Can anyone tell me the difference between these engineering softwares?

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Hi,

NumPy is the essential for scientific figuring with Python. It is more used than MALTAB, Yorick, Octave and IDL. It is not using lists because it includes a great N-dimensional array, stylish functions, tools for incorporating Fortran code, C++ and C and arbitrary quantity capacity, Fourier make over and functional linear algebra. It's obviously evident scientific applies.

Numarray is a numeric substitute and descendant array running package deliberated to competently influence large multi-dimensional arrays.

Numeric array is an array with numeric directory. It keeps every array component with numeric key.

 

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Heather Marie

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Can anyone tell me the difference between these engineering softwares?

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Hello there,

Numpy is a scientific numerical analyzer and simulator. Numpy is more used than MATLAB, Yoric, Octave, IDL, because it have several advantages of using others languages. Consider MATLAB and numpy, MATLAB is more compatible with few different languages, but python is a free ware and helps with so many packages and more compatible with python.

Now MATLAB and python both works in array, but MATLAB creates a more complicated array dimension then Numpy. So Numpy works little faster than MATLAB and using python packages you can add other python files in Numpy. This can help you to get some more proper result and can give you some better graphical representation.

Thank you,

Riley Weaver.

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