Learnin' noo stuff

Discussion in 'Computers, Hardware, and Operating Systems' started by KL7AJ, Sep 24, 2018.

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  1. KL7AJ

    KL7AJ Ham Member QRZ Page

    In my never-ending quest to wobble some heretofore unwobbled brain follicles, to the ultiement end that I don't become too senile before wandering off the planet, I've been learning SciPy, which is a Python-based MATLAB type program....actually a whole library of programs. Some very cool stuff in here....and it might even be more capable than MATLAB.
    Stay tuned.
     
  2. WA9SVD

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    I assume they are both high-priced software packages?
     
  3. KL7AJ

    KL7AJ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Nope...SciPy is free and open source. Matlab is the 'spensive one.
     
  4. N0TZU

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    Uh oh, the Matlab financial people will not be happy to hear that. I never checked out SciPy because we had a full company wide Matlab/Simulink license, and it was the "standard".
     
  5. KL7AJ

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    You might also check out GNU Octave...it's 100% compatible with Matlab. However, it takes about 6 hours to compile. :)
     
  6. WB8AM

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  7. WA9SVD

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    You mean, I can't run it on my NEC i8086 Laptop?:( Would an i7-7700 with 16GB memory work?:D

    I may try SciPy when I get a "roundtuit." But Eric and others, THANKS for the information!
     
  8. WA9SVD

    WA9SVD Ham Member QRZ Page


    AWW, dinner and a movie and wake up in the morning? Reminds me of MS-DOS days!
     
  9. W9FTV

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    On Debian derivatives it's an 'apt install octave' away. No need to compile.
     

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