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Comic #3949

1 Mercutio: Hey, Will, check out this cool new software I installed, to help us with the TV show production.
2 Shakespeare: What is it?
3 Mercutio: MATLAB. It can make cool 3D data visualisations. {Mercutio's computer screen shows a fancy 3-dimensional graphic}
4 Shakespeare: What use is that?
4 Mercutio: I thought we could use another plot device.

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MATLAB is a mathematical computing language and environment, useful for doing all sorts of numerical computation and data visualisation.

It seems to be the most popular such tool, but personally I have a lot more experience with Mathematica.

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