Yorick Plays a Role
Unix Review tells us about
"Yorick is an "Interpreted Scientific Programming Language". One user, meteorologist Hugh Pumphrey of the University of Edinburg, explains it as "like interpreted C with graphics". The payoff for Yorick users is the ease with which they can make such pictures as this diagram of the airflow and pressure regime past a simple airfoil. Scientists justly find these gorgeous."
(Submitted by Noel Fri Dec 27, 2002 )
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