Helps in developing small Python scripts quickly. MathBench is extensible by plugins that can provide facilities to easily access some external libraries (for instance pylab) and also provide documentation and code samples through MathBench's integrated documentation system (aka "LibraryDesk").
released on 13 April 2008
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