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Tue, 08 Sep 1998 19:41:01 -0400
Octave is a good matlab clone. But I would to recommend to try tela out too.
First tela is from http://www.geo.fmi.fi/prog/tela.html.
Second three main pluses I think tela is worthing a try:
multidimensional array up to 8
.ct file interfacing with existing C/C++/Fortran programs very easily
more efficient than matlab or octave, usually take less than half time
for a same operation than matlab, octave
By the way, in octave2.0.13, I try rand(1000) and I get a memory exhausted
error and it takes unreasonable long time. Does anyone here have same
experiences? My machine is linux 2.0.35 with 32M Ram P200.