Number-crunching



[nuhm-ber-kruhn-cher] /ˈnʌm bərˌkrʌn tʃər/

noun, Informal.
1.
a person or thing that performs a great many numerical calculations, as a financial analyst, statistician, computer, or computer program.

noun

Doing serious and difficult mathematics by computer: played chartered accountant for a few sessions of number crunching (1980s+ Computer)

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