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I would like to install some softwares to my newly installed Ubuntu. I want softwares dealing with electronics, physics and such like subjects. (like a scientific educational and experimental one). Thanks in advance.

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closed as off topic by Eliah Kagan, Jorge Castro, Uri Herrera, jokerdino, fossfreedom Jun 14 '12 at 13:33

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If you edit your question to include more detailed information about what tasks you want to perform, this will make it easier for us to give you advice. Right now, Frantique's answer is as specific as can reasonably be given. – Eliah Kagan Jun 13 '12 at 17:40
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  • Electrical | Linux App Finder

  • Debian Science Electronics packages

  • DebianScience Engineering

  • DebianScience Physics

  • kicad, pcb, geda - Printed circuit boards

  • scilab - "... Scilab includes hundreds of mathematical functions. It has a high level programming language allowing access to advanced data structures, 2-D and 3-D graphical functions. A large number of functionalities is included in Scilab: control, simulation, optimization, signal processing... Xcos, the hybrid dynamic systems modeler and simulator is provided with the platform."

  • KmPlot - is a mathematical function plotter for the KDE-Desktop.

  • Kig - is free and open source interactive geometry software

open synaptic and search for AVR or Atmel or Microchip

also Google is your friend

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  1. Open Software Center.
  2. Choose Science & Engineering.
  3. Take a look to the offer.
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I viewed it but I can't make my choice. – MSCR Jun 13 '12 at 15:21
Well, read the descriptions, and see which one meets your needs. What is interesting for me, can differ from what you like. :) – Frantique Jun 13 '12 at 15:34

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