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I think this questionthis question is the most recent word on the matter, and that says software recommendation questions are off topic. I would group the question you're thinking about asking in the same category, and consider it off topic. It could also easily qualify as opinion-based.

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I think this question is the most recent word on the matter, and that says software recommendation questions are off topic. I would group the question you're thinking about asking in the same category, and consider it off topic. It could also easily qualify as opinion-based.

You could bring your question up in our chat room, or it might be on topic at the Scientific Computation site.

I think this question is the most recent word on the matter, and that says software recommendation questions are off topic. I would group the question you're thinking about asking in the same category, and consider it off topic. It could also easily qualify as opinion-based.

You could bring your question up in our chat room, or it might be on topic at the Scientific Computation site.

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