SciLab for Nuclear Applications?

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Dale Valenti
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SciLab for Nuclear Applications?

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Does anyone have any references of SciLab being used for nuclear applications, i.e., to solve nuclear numerical problems?
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Will this work? Fairly trivial stuff, for the most part, but better than nothing.
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Re: SciLab for Nuclear Applications?

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Hi Pleonat, yes, it *is* very basic. I've seen a number of docs with specific scilab applications, but can't locate them right now. If I get a chance, I will look for them and post if I find them.

BTW, even though MATLAB may be the king in this country, Scilab is the prince in Europe. I guess it makes sense since it was developed in France and is free!
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NanoSci wrote: Mon Nov 06, 2017 3:12 am This is not related to nuclear, but I have been trying to access and use an excel file in scilab and I am having all sorts of problems. Is anyone here familiar enough to help me? Please!
I am a culprit here, as well (see my earlier post), but since these are not scilab/nuclear related, we may want to start separate message threads ??

Can the moderator move them, so we don't have to repost?
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Moved the unrelated messages to new threads.
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