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Re: Octave distribution
From: |
Paul Kienzle |
Subject: |
Re: Octave distribution |
Date: |
Sat, 18 Sep 2004 19:10:15 -0400 |
On Sep 18, 2004, at 6:31 PM, Jonathan Stickel wrote:
Paul Kienzle wrote:
...
There are some more packages which would be nice to have such as
octave-vtk
...
Do you mean "octaviz" (http://octaviz.sourceforge.net/)? I think this
package is awesome! Who else is using it besides me? I've written an
Gentoo ebuild for it. It does take a really long time to compile, but
the 3D graphics are totally worth it.
That's the one I meant.
What tool boxes are out there that people are using?
Are any of them of general utility to the Debian community?
E.g., the test matrix toolbox or the time-frequency toolbox,
stixbox, statbox?
-Paul
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- Re: Octave advocacy, (continued)
- Re: Octave advocacy, Quentin Spencer, 2004/09/17
- Re: Octave advocacy, NZG, 2004/09/17
- Re: Octave advocacy, Jonathan C. Webster, 2004/09/17
- Octave distribution (was: Re: Octave advocacy), Jonathan Stickel, 2004/09/17
- Re: Octave distribution (was: Re: Octave advocacy), Joe Koski, 2004/09/17
- 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
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