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Does Perl have any modules that would allow plotting the 3D problem/solution space? I do a lot of work with genetic algorithms and neural nets and it would be interesting to be able to easily output your results on a 3D contour map of the problem space...

Although I guess in most cases you can't map the solution space or problem space, just the parts of it that you have discovered and then have to look at the graph and guess the rest.


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