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May 20, 2011
News - Enginursday: The RedBot/M… |
about 5 months ago
I quite agree. I’m familiar with Matlab - I’ve taught it, in fact. However, my personal choice is Python for all of my non-teaching work. It’s very versatile. I’ve automated a lot of laboratory equipment using Python, which includes control, data collection, and analysis, and have never felt limited by the language. And the price is right.
The drag-and-drop languages look easy to start with, but they don’t scale well. (Again, my opinion - YMMV.)
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