GNU Data Language, aka GNU Data Language, is an actively used interface design language created in 2004. The GNU Data Language (GDL) is a free alternative to IDL (Interactive Data Language). Together with its library routines, GDL is developed to serve as a tool for data analysis and visualization in such disciplines as astronomy, geosciences, and medical imaging. GDL is licensed under the GPL. Read more on Wikipedia...
- GNU Data Language ranks in the top 20% of languages
- the GNU Data Language website
- the GNU Data Language wikipedia page
- GNU Data Language first appeared in 2004
- See also: linux, solaris, idl, octave, ncar-command-language, perl-data-language, r, scilab, scipy, yorick, hdf, postscript, python
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Last updated November 6th, 2019