The Eclipse Science Working Group was established in 2014 in order to solve the problems of making science software interoperable and interchangeable. This month, I am pleased to feature five great articles about five of the Eclipse Science projects and one plugin.
First off, learn about multi-dimensional arrays in Java with Eclipse January. Then, discover an open platform for scientific workflows called Eclipse Triquetrum. Third, devour the article about TeXlipse, a plugin for the LaTeX typesetting tool. Next, learn to visualize your data with Eclipse Integrated Computational Environment & Eclipse Advanced Visualization Platform (EAVP). Finally, develop parallel applications with the Eclipse Parallel Tools Platform (PTP).
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Now, let's science the sh*t out of this newsletter!