Matlab on Linux
mlang at teleweb.at
Tue Apr 13 09:44:11 UTC 2004
At work we do have Matlab in use on several different platforms,
including Linux. I do know for sure that there is a Linux
version of Matlab (just recently installed that on our Beowulf
Cluster), and it does have a command-line driven interface.
However, I don't know any details about the language in use
to "program" Matlab, so I can not really say if you will
be able to do everything that is allowed by the Graphical Interface.
However, I guess, if you are good at matlab coding, you probably can.
Just to give you an example, here is how Matlab starts:
< M A T L A B >
Copyright 1984-2002 The MathWorks, Inc.
Version 184.108.40.206913a Release 13
Jun 18 2002
To get started, type one of these: helpwin, helpdesk, or demo.
For product information, visit www.mathworks.com.
I don't know anything about single user license pricing, but
I am afraid it is probably going to be a bit more expensive then the usual
"John J. Boyer" <director at chpi.org> writes:
> I understand that there is a version of Matlab for Linux. Is anyone here
> using it? Can it be used from the command line or in interactive console
> mode? What is the cost?
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