[Beowulf] Teaching Scientific Computation (looking for the perfect text)

Nathan Moore ntmoore at gmail.com
Wed Nov 21 08:43:17 PST 2007


>
> > I just get spoiled with the substantially better graphing capabilities
> of
> > Matlab, and some of the toolbox things that one gets used to.  Sure, one
> > could probably find equivalents (or write them) for Octave, but it's
> nice
> > when it's just right there.
>
> I don't "use" either one -- I use them somewhat reluctantly to teach
> certain intro courses where there may or may not be some benefit to
> letting students integrate EOM and see trajectories happen.
>

Have you spent any time with visual python?  It is designed for exactly this
task

http://www.vpython.org/
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