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> Scientific Linux programs list, I can't find the programs list
pontiPandi
 Posted: Feb 2 2017, 06:09 AM
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Hello,
Just want all over the scientific linuxpage but didn't find any where a list of programs in it.

Does it have Ocatave? does it have code blocks?

Any body have a full list?

Thanks in advanced,
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 Posted: Feb 2 2017, 11:26 AM
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Hi,
not sure, which applications you mean by 'scientific' (as i'm not a scientist nor working in academic env.) but the 'octave' is part of 'epel' repository and as such you can install it with no problems, after you added the 'epel' repo.


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 Posted: Feb 2 2017, 12:52 PM
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QUOTE (helikaon @ Feb 2 2017, 01:26 PM)
Hi,
not sure, which applications you mean by 'scientific' (as i'm not a scientist nor working in academic env.) but the 'octave' is part of 'epel' repository and as such you can install it with no problems, after you added the 'epel' repo.


Hi,

Thanks for the reply.
There is a Fedora scientific linux which come with a lot of pre-installed programs.
This is a big help and nice to have in one clean installtion.

Some of them for example:
Pandas
Gnuplot
Matplotlib
R
Maxima
LaTeX
GNU Octave
GNU Scientific Library
Scilab
Eclipse
Armadillo
Julia development in Jupyter

...Some more stuff
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 Posted: Feb 2 2017, 03:00 PM
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Hi,
not sure, but i think there is no repository just specialized for the packages of the science related applications.
But i'm sure there is many of them directly in SL repo, or the EPEL repo.

just try to have a look yourself like eg.:
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[root@canis cups]# yum list all | grep -i armadillo
armadillo.x86_64                         4.320.0-1.el7             epel        
armadillo-devel.x86_64                   4.320.0-1.el7             epel


etc.

Also, i would recommend to ask at scientific linx mailing list, as that's the place where the developers hang on and other 'longtimers', from academic environment, so they would definitely be more helpful than me ..

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