Freemat - A Matlab alternative

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FreeMat is a free environment for rapid engineering and scientific prototyping and data processing. It is similar to commercial systems such as MATLAB and IDL. It has built in arithmetic for manipulation of all supported data types, N-dimensional array manipulation, 2D and 3D plotting and image display, Visualization, Image manipulation, and as well as parallel programming.

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