The gap between the computational science and open source software communities just got smaller – thanks to a collaboration among national laboratories, universities and industry.
There will be a Science track at EclipseCon Europe also this year. This track is for you if you want to talk about the tools on your scientific workbench as well as location-aware technologies. Show how you perform data analysis, visualization, or modeling in your field. Talk about data formats, protocols, and tools, plus the latest about Science and LocationTech projects hosted by Eclipse. The early bird deadline is the 30. of June.
The January project provides Java implementations of numerical data structures such as multi-dimensional arrays and matrices, including a Java equivalent to the popular Python NumPy library for n-dimensional array objects.