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matplotlib.pyplot, numpy, scipy, and os are 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.

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An excellent image, and one I hope to use myself in the future! Did you put it together, or find it somewhere?

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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 libgfortran5 it would also remove the python3-numpy package.

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