GNU Octave language for numerical computations
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Octave is a (mostly Matlab (R) compatible) high-level language, primarily intended for numerical computations. It provides a convenient command-line interface for solving linear and nonlinear problems numerically.

Octave can be dynamically extended with user-supplied C++ files.
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rawaniajay 5 months ago

Awesome !

darko123455 9 months ago

Its really great, i cant see why people are still using paid versions of mathemathical laboratories.

alitatli 11 months ago

It need to be up to date.. the latest version has variable editor.. If it is possible.. please.. :D

kaushikgm 2 years ago

Really great package.

proguru 3 years ago

Really a great MatLab alternative, runs most .m files without much modifications

Danyel 4 years ago

Excelente! lo que necesitaba para teoria de control!

sharno 5 years ago

Used it for a machine learning course on coursera and it was awesome. The best alternative for Matlab.

3dBloke 5 years ago

I got to know Octave as part of the Coursera "Machine Learning" course in 2012. I'm sure I've only scraped the surface of what it's capabale of. Powerful tool.

ionr 5 years ago

very nice matlab-compatibility, reads my files and plots fine. even those axis-handle-things work great, so i can plot more complex graphs.

mazinga 5 years ago

Great program, apart beeing free is way lighter than Matlab - install it with QtOctave GUI and enjoy a powerful matrix laboratory enviroment. Did all the Matlab required work for my University (geometry and physics computation) in it; I've started always in Matlab at UNI and continued on my computer at home with the Matlab saved *.m files – it was perfectly compatible, so I recommend Octave to evryone - give it a try and do it open source. Thanks a lot!

simuloid 5 years ago

Good matlab compatibility. Great matrix processing. Powerful but arcane plotting support.

baldus602 5 years ago

I love it it is really powerful

apurbapaul0 5 years ago

verry powrful program and highly compatible with matlab