A MATLAB-like matrix-oriented programming language/toolbox. RLaB focusses on creating a good experimental environment (or laboratory) in which to do matrix mathematics. Currently RLaB has numeric scalars and matrices (real and complex), and string scalars, and matrices. RLaB also contains a list variable type, which is a heterogeneous associative array.
Version 0.95 includes an interpreter, libraries and documentation. E-mail: Ian Searle <email@example.com>. (ftp://evans.ee.adfa.oz.au). Requires GNUPLOT, lib[IF]77.a (from f2c). Ported to many platforms including Unix, OS/2, Amiga.