|From:||Gary L. Roach|
|Subject:||Re: Documentation for OctaveGUI|
|Date:||Mon, 13 Jul 2020 17:15:12 -0700|
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I guess that I want to make a library of physical constants that I can pull into my calculations as needed. I would also like to be able to format my calculations in such a way that I can print out notes in a near finished form. Most of my uses will be doing a series of interconnected calculations along with notes. Am I looking at the wrong software? It has been years since i have used MatLab but seem to remember that it had this capability.
Also, how do you do subscripts and superscrips in Tex
Personally I haven't seen this capability in Matlab, but I believe that the Matlab Live Editor, and the old MuPAD capability permit creation of formatted notebooks.
I don't believe this is a functionality that has been recreated in Octave. There may be other tools out there such as GNU Maxima (symbolic algebra tool, similar to Mathematica) that would work.
Darn. I guess I will have to go looking again. I have done this type of thing using a spread sheet but found it somewhat cumbersome. Thank you very much for your help.
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