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osare fantastic for solving the problems I deal with. The ease of use is much appreciated. Granted, there are other languages, like FORTRAN, that are still often used for scientific ends, but I’ve yet to learn any.
An excellent image, and one I hope to use myself in the future! Did you put it together, or find it somewhere?
thanks :) i made it after reading your comment.
(based on this, which is a reference to this… see also this)
I’m not actually sure if fortran is involved in any of the parts of numpy which I’ve actually used myself, but I do know that if I
apt remove libgfortran5it would also remove the