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mloss community blog: check out FSF top priority software list, especially Octave 3.0

07 Nov

mloss.org (machine learning open source software) community blog reported about Free Software Foundation’s top priority projects and Octave‘s being 8. most important project:

“As this is very relevant to our community that is strongly dominated by Matlab, I would like to encourage everyone to try out octave 3.0. If you tried octave 2.x or any earlier version at some point, it really matured a lot. It supports all the data types like cell arrays, dense or sparse arrays you know from matlab and yes it has all these plotting functions like plot, surf3d etc too. And if you ever tried to extend matlab using C code, support is really much better from the octave side not to mention the killer feature: Octave is fully supported by swig! Still not convinced? We will have John W. Eaton to introduce octave to us at the NIPS’08 MLOSS Workshop. So what are you waiting for, give octave a try and see how you can help!”

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Posted by on November 7, 2008 in Programlama

 

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