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Comment: Re:Python for Scientific use (Score 2, Insightful) 119

by kolabaum (#32185380) Attached to: Matplotlib For Python Developers
I would consider Octave to be a much better substitute for MATLAB rather than Python for those who just wants to 'get the job done'. That being said, however, I think anyone who uses Python for scientific work (for whatever reason) would greatly appreciate Matplotlib due to the resemblance to MATLAB's built-in plot functions.

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