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  • simply the best open source software.

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  • PDL is great to be used either from its command line shell and as part of your script. For performing analysis on data sets that need to be parsed first and then quickly plotted, the combination of Perl and a Data Language with excellent plotting is awesome. I use it a lot in working with machine measurement logs.

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  • Really nice project! Thanks for your job!

  • bad speed :(

  • Awesome app, thanks for sharing!

  • Very helpful, fast and easy product!

  • Wonderful project! Thanks for amazing work!

  • thanks nice app

  • Great software, thanks!

  • Excellent project, I used it to work with large arrays. Thanks and Good Luck!

  • This program was ideal for handling large arrays!

  • nice!

  • Great project. Thanks for sharing description !

  • I am a perl coder on the company. PDL is amazing tool. I wish I can join this project.

  • PDL is my bread and butter scientific computing language. I use it for image processing, experiment control, simulation interface, curve fitting, data manipulation, and just about anything else a general purpose scientific language is useful for. It is very nice to have access to all of CPAN within my scientific code, and the Inline tools are extraordinarily useful for coding up hot-spots in C or the vector metalanguage PP, right there in my scripts.

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  • It's got its quirks but it pretty much makes Perl as fast as C, while still being Perl. It's awesome!