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Designed 2002 ↑
2000s languages ↑
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Country: United States
Sammet category: On-Line
Improved version of SPEAKEASY
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The Speakeasy language is user-friendly and intuitive.
Speakeasy is available on a variety of platforms and is identical across them all, so information can be freely shared between Speakeasy users.
Best of all, anyone who is familiar with the common words of mathematics will be able to use Speakeasy.
Speakeasy is based on the idea of structured, multiple-value variables or objects. Speakeasy supports all of the standard types of structured objects - scalars, arrays, sets, time series, matrices and vectors - and can solve any arithmetic expression using these objects.
Speakeasy includes several utilities/operations used for importing data from other computational and data applications.
Speakeasy's complete vocabulary includes more than a thousand words, including operations for:
logical, conditional, and relational evaluations
numerical integration and differentiation
differential equation solutions
linear and quadratic programming
fast Fourier transformations
and many others!
Speakeasy's graphing operations are as easy to use as the rest of its operations: a single word is typically used to create presentation-quality images.
Speakeasy provides powerful graphical operations that generate scatter plots, line graphs, bar charts, pie charts, contour plots, and three-dimensional figures.
Speakeasy can be used to develop new user-defined operations, in the form of a procedure. A Speakeasy procedure is simply a collection of Speakeasy statements saved as an object which, in turn, can be executed with a single statement. Because the intuitive Speakeasy language is used, you do not have to be trained in conventional programming to create a procedure.
Once created, a procedure eliminates repetitious input and greatly expands the power of Speakeasy.
Speakeasy is designed to satisfy the needs of a diverse audience of users, including families, students, statisticians, economists, and researchers in the physical sciences.
Several operations are provided for creating advanced procedures with loops, branches and/or queries. Since Speakeasy's numeric and graphical capabilities are fully integrated, you can also create applications with mouse-driven front ends.