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Re^2: Perl for science

by bruno (Friar)
on Feb 13, 2009 at 10:25 UTC ( #743581=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Perl for science
in thread Perl for science

These are the ones that I've used for science:

PerlMol (Chemistry)
BioPerl (Bioinformatics)
PDL (Numerical computation)
AI::Genetic::Pro (Genetic Algorithm)

I haven't been able to build it yet, but I'm also looking forward to using Math::GSL, a Perl wrapper for the Gnu Scientific Library. It looks very promising.
Update: I just did. Apparently, the module doesn't like libgsl 1.10 (a lower or higher version will do).

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Re^3: Perl for science
by dhruv (Initiate) on Feb 13, 2009 at 19:49 UTC

    @bruno, thanks! i'll put those into the next build of machetEC2.

    any other suggestions?

      Come to think about it, Algorithm::Cluster is also a great choice for clustering (duh!) data; it's a wrapper for the Clustering C library, has superb documentation (POD and a PDF manual) and it's blazingly fast.

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