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Thread: Scientific Software options for Ubuntu

  1. #121
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    Re: Scientific Software options for Ubuntu

    Not exactly on topic, but strongly associated with it. I am looking for the best hardware configuration for use with scientific software for mathematics / statistics. I currently have two configurations that I take into consideration. It is described here:
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2250111
    I have written here, because I think here will be people who are related to academic work. Sorry if I should not have.

  2. #122
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    Re: Scientific Software options for Ubuntu

    Does "scientific" include electrical engineering?
    I have been trying to use Multmeter, LCR, and Hand Scope software through WINE to work.

    I suspect that I just do not know how to install drivers through WINE, however using search terms for multimeter or DMM only pull up threads that were quickly closed..
    FYI, the Test Equipment is as follows, an Amprobe DMM via Serial to USB adaptor, A Velleman Hand Scobe also via Serial to USB adaptor, two Uni-T DMM's directly to USB.
    Plus the Arduino IDE

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