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2001\03\30@041250 by wzab

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> Hi everyone, I've been reading this list for several
> months and have learned a lot just by "shutting up and
> paying attention." But now I have a question on a
> slightly different topic -- Matlab. I'm interested in
> buying a book on Matlab that covers the basic
> operations, and hopefully, some signal processing. Can
> anyone suggest any really good books? I can only
> afford one (or maybe two if they're both cheap).
> Thanks,
> T.C.
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I usually use Scilab (which was already mentioned in that thread),
but I know about yet another Matlab clone, which is good as well - it is
Octave.
In fact it may be more friendly for Matlab users, because it usually
can accept the ".m" files without any modifications (there is a special
"-braindead" option which makes Octave even more Matlab compatible).
The Octave may be found at http://www.octave.org, it is open source,
and is licenced under the GPL license !!!

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2001\03\30@095021 by Scott Dattalo

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On Fri, 30 Mar 2001, Wojciech Zabolotny wrote:


> I usually use Scilab (which was already mentioned in that thread),
> but I know about yet another Matlab clone, which is good as well - it is
> Octave.
> In fact it may be more friendly for Matlab users, because it usually
> can accept the ".m" files without any modifications (there is a special
> "-braindead" option which makes Octave even more Matlab compatible).
> The Octave may be found at http://www.octave.org, it is open source,
> and is licenced under the GPL license !!!

I agree about Octave. With minmal effort, I was able to run all of my old .m
files.

Scott

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