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05 January 2006 19:15

RLabPlus

by YukuanMark
Project rlabplus is a continuation of work on an open-source scripting environment for scientific computations RLaB2. Project rlabplus provides release 2 of RLaB2, which contains upgrades of the numerical libraries used in the first release, and many new

04 January 2006 18:30

Common tasks in 6.302 using Octave, Scilab, and Matlab

by YukuanMark
This document describes how to perform common tasks in 6.302 using Octave, Scilab, and Matlab. The first two software packages are free alternatives to Matlab, and their use is encouraged.

04 January 2006 18:15

Speed in choosing a data analysis software.

by YukuanMark
Speed of execution is an important aspect in choosing a data analysis software. Since it can vary from a factor 10, or more, on the same computer, this can make the difference between a quick-reacting package and another one that seems to takes hours to c

04 January 2006 18:00

Scilab Home Page

by YukuanMark
Scilab is a scientific software package for numerical computations providing a powerful open computing environment for engineering and scientific applications. Developed since 1990 by researchers from INRIA and ENPC, it is now maintained and developed by

04 January 2006 17:45

Matlab Clones

by YukuanMark
Matlabâ„¢ has become the de facto standard for DSP system design and simulation. However, Matlab has two problems: 1) it's expensive, and 2) it costs a lot. Fortunately, there are alternatives: Free Clones. Whatever else you can say about them, these Free

Octave Home Page

by YukuanMark & 1 other
GNU Octave is a high-level language, primarily intended for numerical computations. It provides a convenient command line interface for solving linear and nonlinear problems numerically, and for performing other numerical experiments using a language that

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