I am a theoretical physicist. Over the last years I've developed many Matlab
programs to simulate several physical systems. Now,I would like to put them
on my webpage so that anyone can run my simulations online as Applets. As
far as I know, the best tool I can use to achieve this is Jython, because it
offers the scientific power of Python along with the versatility of Java. In
addition, Matlab comes with a Java compiler, so that I can export the
majority of my functions to .jar files for a less painful conversion. Before
I start studying how Jython works, I would like to know if you think that I
am on the right track, or maybe I'm missing something or there is an easier
way to do this... I am not a programmer so any suggestion regarding what I
should concentrate on would be highly appreciated.
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From: Larry Riedel <Larry@Riedel.org> - 2009-12-01 22:10:38
> [Jython] offers the scientific power of Python
I think right now much of the scientific power of
Python is in extension libraries not available via
Jython as they are in CPython.
> I would like to know if you think that I am on
> the right track
Jython seems like an interesting way to wrap
and glue MATLAB scripts without having to get
into programming in a fussy language like Java.