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FreeSci is the Free Science System. It is a system for doing scientific analysis, simulations, and calculations. It consists of several main components:

Mathematics
The numerical and symbolic mathematics classes. This is the meat of the numerical side of FreeSci. This defines core functions and concepts for doing mathematics.
Visualization
The visualization component is what deals with graphing and animation. Potentially, this could also be auditory.
Simulation
Framework for creating physics simulations. Add objects and watch 'em go, or create your own specialized simulation, such as sending a beam of electrons through a double slit.
Drivers
Provide for output and input. The drivers are what write to PostScript, X11, PNG or read your joystick input to rotate and translate your 3D graph.
FreeScript
The Free Science scripting language. Since FreeSci itself is just a collection of C++ classes, FreeScript eliminates the need to know C++. This might be descended from JavaScript; we'll see when we get there.

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