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## Fwd: Re: Octave advocacy

**From**: |
Victor Munoz |

**Subject**: |
Fwd: Re: Octave advocacy |

**Date**: |
Fri, 17 Sep 2004 18:57:47 +0900 |

**User-agent**: |
Mutt/1.3.28i |

On Fri, Sep 17, 2004 at 08:11:31AM +0200, Nathan Weisz wrote:
>* I completely agree with Mike and find Rif's comments rather childish. *
>* Judging from my experience almost any Matlab script/function that does *
>* not need/produce GUIs or plot too sophisticated graphics will run in *
>* 99% of the cases without problems (especially if Octave-Forge is *
>* installed alongside).*
I'd like to add to that, indeed. My own experince was that I had to switch
from Matlab to Octave when I changed University and Operating System. I had
a lot of matlab scripts which ran just fine in Octave. The only problem was
that I also used things like ginput and cells in Matlab, and they did not
work. But that forced me to re-write a couple of front-end scripts. The
rest, wonderful. In a few days I was working again.
Victor
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**Re: Octave distribution (was: Re: Octave advocacy)**, *(continued)*
**Re: Octave distribution (was: Re: Octave advocacy)**, *Mike Miller*, `2004/09/17`
**Re: Octave distribution (was: Re: Octave advocacy)**, *Dirk Eddelbuettel*, `2004/09/17`
**Re: Octave distribution (was: Re: Octave advocacy)**, *Paul Kienzle*, `2004/09/17`
**Re: Octave distribution**, *Jonathan Stickel*, `2004/09/18`
**Re: Octave distribution**, *Paul Kienzle*, `2004/09/18`
**Re: Octave distribution (was: Re: Octave advocacy)**, *Stefan van der Walt*, `2004/09/22`

**Re: Octave advocacy**, *Keith Goodman*, `2004/09/17`
**Re: Octave advocacy**, *Javier Arántegui*, `2004/09/20`

**Fwd: Re: Octave advocacy**,
*Victor Munoz* **<=**