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From: Chuck Anderson <anderson@c...>
Subject: [Caml-list] matlab-like environment
I'm new to caml, but see the ocaml environment as something I've wanted
for some time---an interpreted environment for manipulating and viewing
data interactively, and a compiled speed that is close to C.  What I'm
really after is a matlab-like environment that I can program using
ocaml.  

What is the closest set of modules out there to this?  What code is
available that I could start with?  Perhaps PsiLab?  I would like to
build GUI's and plotting functions using gtk and stick with fundamental
ocaml arrays.  Will this limit me?  Must I eventually use bigarrays?

Thanks for any suggestions.

-- 
Chuck Anderson                    associate professor
Department of Computer Science    anderson@cs.colostate.edu              
Colorado State University         http://www.cs.colostate.edu/~anderson  
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1873       office: 970-491-7491, FAX:
970-491-2466
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