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emil
Joined: 10 Nov 2009 Posts: 618 Location: Austria

Posted: Sun 09 Oct 2011, 03:48 Post_subject:
GNU Octave Sub_title: numerical mathematic  mostly MATLAB compatible 

Octave
Is an numerical software suite which syntax is very closly matched to the defacto industry standard MATLAB. This means it exels at Linear Algebra and Matrices.
DOWNLOAD: http://boxen.math.washington.edu/home/emil/MathSoftware/Puppy5slacko/octaveglpk3.2.3i486_5.29.5.sfs
This is an older version made in Puppy 431, but I used it in Lupu 511 and in Slacko. It contains "Glpk" the "GNU Linear Programming Kit" and libraries from gfortran 4.2.2. Installing another fortran shouldn't hurt though.
It needs gnuplot as plotting engine for mathematical functions.
A similar software suite, although not as matlab compatible out of the box is Scilab.
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Moose On The Loose
Joined: 24 Feb 2011 Posts: 584

Posted: Sun 09 Oct 2011, 13:51 Post_subject:
Re: GNU Octave Sub_title: numerical mathematic  mostly MATLAB compatible 

emil wrote:  Octave
Is an numerical software suite which syntax is very closly matched to the defacto industry standard MATLAB. This means it exels at Linear Algebra and Matrices.
DOWNLOAD: http://boxen.math.washington.edu/home/emil/MathSoftware/Puppy5slacko/octaveglpk3.2.3i486_5.29.5.sfs
This is an older version made in Puppy 431, but I used it in Lupu 511 and in Slacko. It contains "Glpk" the "GNU Linear Programming Kit" and libraries from gfortran 4.2.2. Installing another fortran shouldn't hurt though.
It needs gnuplot as plotting engine for mathematical functions.
A similar software suite, although not as matlab compatible out of the box is Scilab. 
I have been using octave for quite a while now on puppy. There are a couple of things to remember about it:
1) The memory foot print can be huge if you make huge arrays
2) Looping is a lot slower than using huge arrays
This suggests that for some things, those who don't run as a full install may want to do the "pfix=noram" thing for the session where the big stuff gets processed.
Because octave will run from stdin, you can easily make it work as part of a larger script. Consider the example where you have about 1000 files that you want to FFT and make a graph from. Doing it by hand will take a while.

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standarddeviant
Joined: 23 Oct 2011 Posts: 8

Posted: Sun 23 Oct 2011, 20:43 Post_subject:


Has anyone here tried to install octaveforge packages in any version of Puppy Linux?
I'm attempting to build the signal ('pkg install signal1.0.11.tar.gz' in octave) package working in Lupu 5.2.8 although the signal package depends on other octave packages (optim, specfun, struct, etc.)
Once I get it working, I'll probably make a .pet/.sfs for an octave signal package.

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standarddeviant
Joined: 23 Oct 2011 Posts: 8

Posted: Mon 24 Oct 2011, 16:17 Post_subject:


I'm pretty new to puppy linux, so someone please correct me if I'm wrong:
So Slacko (Puppy Linux 5.3) is supposed to have support for many slackware packages. Using the below links, won't Octave and OctaveForge be able to be installed using the slackbuild scripts
here:
http://slackbuilds.org/repository/13.37/academic/octave/
and here:
http://slackbuilds.org/repository/13.37/academic/octaveforge/
Granted, this would only work for Puppy 5.3, right?

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emil
Joined: 10 Nov 2009 Posts: 618 Location: Austria

Posted: Tue 25 Oct 2011, 10:09 Post_subject:


Yes, it should be possible to use the scripts from slackbuild.
But you will need the slackware pkgtools (available in slackware repos from puppy packagemanager)
However there is no automatic dependency tracking, so you have to hunt them down yourself
Good luck,
emil

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standarddeviant
Joined: 23 Oct 2011 Posts: 8

Posted: Tue 25 Oct 2011, 20:04 Post_subject:


In slacko, using mathslacko and devxslacko, the signal package of octave works:
http://www.murgalinux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=72448

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emil
Joined: 10 Nov 2009 Posts: 618 Location: Austria

Posted: Tue 24 Jan 2012, 20:25 Post_subject:


octave sfs seems to work in Saluki Puppy  can anyone confirm?

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