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Fully scriptable IDE for data manipulation, interactive visualization of data, control of codes and automation.
Fully scriptable IDE for data manipulation, interactive visualization of data, control of codes and automation. Boosts development of computational codes. Produces ready-to-publish figures.
SmileLab, is a data visualization and automation software.
Reasons to use SmileLab include:the professional quality of its outputs,its GUI editor,its graphical library (for finalization of your graphs).SmileLab uses AppleScript as its only language.
Itself is extensively scriptable, making it a full IDE for:data manipulation,automation,interactive data analysis and visualization (you attach scripts to user's actions),control of external software - including BSD codes.SmileLab will be of particular interest if you produce computational codes.
Examples show how to add a scriptability layer beside your computational code, yielding:real-time visualization,easier, visual debugging,faster development,simultaneous control of several codes.
Here are some key features of "SmileLab":
New SampleAppFortran77 sample project, shows how to use AppleScript to interact with a FORTRAN code.
New resamplematrix command, reduces a large data array into a smaller one.
New Drawing palette, helps with the graphical library.
SmileLab's Programming Guide now online (web and local).
A new web page tells you why Smile might be a better environment for computational projects.
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