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JavaScript vs R vs Python for math: what JS is missing? awesome examples of JS math?

When it comes to Math, Python is the more easiest, yet slower than JavaScript. JavaScript have Math functions too and is faster, but its harder, with more functions! I recommend using JavaScript as it adds alot to the functions. Examples:-

Math.

abs(x) Returns the absolute value of x

acos(x) Returns the arccosine of x, in radians

acosh(x) Returns the hyperbolic arccosine of x

asin(x) Returns the arcsine of x, in radians

asinh(x) Returns the hyperbolic arcsine of x

atan(x) Returns the arctangent of x as a numeric value between -PI/2 and PI/2 radians

atan2(y, x) Returns the arctangent of the quotient of its arguments

atanh(x) Returns the hyperbolic arctangent of x

cbrt(x) Returns the cubic root of x

ceil(x) Returns x, rounded upwards to the nearest integer

cos(x) Returns the cosine of x (x is in radians)

cosh(x) Returns the hyperbolic cosine of x

exp(x) Returns the value of Ex

floor(x) Returns x, rounded downwards to the nearest integer

log(x) Returns the natural logarithm (base E) of x

max(x, y, z, ..., n) Returns the number with the highest value

min(x, y, z, ..., n) Returns the number with the lowest value

pow(x, y) Returns the value of x to the power of y

random() Returns a random number between 0 and 1

round(x) Rounds x to the nearest integer

sin(x) Returns the sine of x (x is in radians)

sinh(x) Returns the hyperbolic sine of x

sqrt(x) Returns the square root of x

tan(x) Returns the tangent of an angle

tanh(x) Returns the hyperbolic tangent of a number

trunc(x) Returns the integer part of a number (x)

Math.

abs(x) Returns the absolute value of x

acos(x) Returns the arccosine of x, in radians

acosh(x) Returns the hyperbolic arccosine of x

asin(x) Returns the arcsine of x, in radians

asinh(x) Returns the hyperbolic arcsine of x

atan(x) Returns the arctangent of x as a numeric value between -PI/2 and PI/2 radians

atan2(y, x) Returns the arctangent of the quotient of its arguments

atanh(x) Returns the hyperbolic arctangent of x

cbrt(x) Returns the cubic root of x

ceil(x) Returns x, rounded upwards to the nearest integer

cos(x) Returns the cosine of x (x is in radians)

cosh(x) Returns the hyperbolic cosine of x

exp(x) Returns the value of Ex

floor(x) Returns x, rounded downwards to the nearest integer

log(x) Returns the natural logarithm (base E) of x

max(x, y, z, ..., n) Returns the number with the highest value

min(x, y, z, ..., n) Returns the number with the lowest value

pow(x, y) Returns the value of x to the power of y

random() Returns a random number between 0 and 1

round(x) Rounds x to the nearest integer

sin(x) Returns the sine of x (x is in radians)

sinh(x) Returns the hyperbolic sine of x

sqrt(x) Returns the square root of x

tan(x) Returns the tangent of an angle

tanh(x) Returns the hyperbolic tangent of a number

trunc(x) Returns the integer part of a number (x)

Introduction

Having numbers and numerical data allows you to work with the language in some way. But beyond working with arithmetic operators in JavaScript, mathematical constructs can be challenging for beginners. For this reason, focusing not on syntax, but on general math functions, this list starts with things like sorting, rounding and generating random values, that's enough before going into details. To work with math in JavaScript, you just need to know about things like function, operand, and operator.

https://m.habr.com/ru/post/312880/ her is all you need

Having numbers and numerical data allows you to work with the language in some way. But beyond working with arithmetic operators in JavaScript, mathematical constructs can be challenging for beginners. For this reason, focusing not on syntax, but on general math functions, this list starts with things like sorting, rounding and generating random values, that's enough before going into details. To work with math in JavaScript, you just need to know about things like function, operand, and operator.

https://m.habr.com/ru/post/312880/ her is all you need

JavaScript is not developed with scientists in mind and is not, in any way, optimized for the sciences (Source: https://jcheminf.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s13321-019-0331-1).

It's possible to implement any math using JS - hard work, long hours, low performance...

JS needs some key feature(s) to compete with Java, Matlab/Octave, R, Fortran, Python etc.

But JS is great for data representation. E.g. windy.com, which is based on "earth" project (https://github.com/cambecc/earth).

It's possible to implement any math using JS - hard work, long hours, low performance...

JS needs some key feature(s) to compete with Java, Matlab/Octave, R, Fortran, Python etc.

But JS is great for data representation. E.g. windy.com, which is based on "earth" project (https://github.com/cambecc/earth).

Thanks for the link!

C# and Python are both great languages. With great communities, libraries, frameworks and opportunities. In my own experience, I love python the most.

Dot net core is a little faster on performance. Python more popular with dynamic types. Probably is one of the most lovable language

Dot net core is a little faster on performance. Python more popular with dynamic types. Probably is one of the most lovable language