I'll bet it's at least a couple of orders of magnitude higher than that!
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For all my scientific spreadsheeting purposes since 1995 or so, I have used Origin http://www.originlab.com/ . One problem is that it's only for MS Windows and doesn't run entirely correctly under Wine.
Regarding in-built programming support, it started with a in-built interpreter for their own c-style scripting language "LabTalk" (it is still present in the Origin), but they now also implement a c-compiler of some sort (which I don't use much).
I have found that it is very much a case of "the correct tool for the job". Origin is absolutely brilliant for processing large datasets and the graphing is fast and intuitive, but it is terrible for doing business-style spreadsheeting (such as storing student grades etc), for which I use LibreOffice or MS Excel.
Having said that, I do think it is fantastic that they have released the code in the first place! It is a great project for physics undergrads to play with.
Nice to see that the code is commented and documented throughout.
OK, the code is neat and legible with good names for vars etc, but why are there absolutely no comments *anywhere*?
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