[Beowulf] Teaching Scientific Computation (looking for the perfect
Jeffrey B. Layton
laytonjb at charter.net
Thu Nov 22 08:26:58 PST 2007
Jim Lux wrote:
> I just get spoiled with the substantially better graphing capabilities
> of Matlab, and some of the toolbox things that one gets used to.
> Sure, one could probably find equivalents (or write them) for Octave,
> but it's nice when it's just right there.
Agreed. A few years ago I wrote a control toolbox for RLaB. It also
includes a few signal processing functions as well. I've often thought
about rewriting them for Octave - just not enough time.
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