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Old 09-22-2009, 02:49 AM   #1
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Matlab on linux

i'm familiar with Matlab working on windows.
does the same version of Matlab work on Linux?

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There is a linux version. You can try FreeMat, Octave,Scilab and others.
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Originally Posted by rahulb1983 View Post
i'm familiar with Matlab working on windows.
does the same version of Matlab work on Linux?

Thank you
No. There are alternatives and some of them are free. Have you considered Sage:

Sage Open Source Math

They even have an online notebook server (free signup):

Sage Notebook

I am sure Matlab has some features that Sage doesn't. But sage works everywhere and is free.


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