# Difference between revisions of "Is there any open source software we can use instead of MATLAB?"

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But some things are subtly (or overtly) different than in MATLAB, so no guarantees things will be easy. You would be forging your own path here, beware. | But some things are subtly (or overtly) different than in MATLAB, so no guarantees things will be easy. You would be forging your own path here, beware. | ||

− | It doesn't appear that numpy or scipy (http://scipy.org) have control systems-specific tools yet. Another open-source package to be aware of is scilab (http://www.scilab.org). | + | It doesn't appear that numpy or scipy (http://scipy.org) have control systems-specific tools yet. Another open-source package to be aware of is scilab (http://www.scilab.org), which appears to have some control systems tools. |

## Revision as of 23:28, 8 October 2007

GNU OCTAVE (http://www.octave.org), which emulates the MATLAB programming language, has a control systems toolbox that is likely to have the level of tools required for CDS110a.

But some things are subtly (or overtly) different than in MATLAB, so no guarantees things will be easy. You would be forging your own path here, beware.

It doesn't appear that numpy or scipy (http://scipy.org) have control systems-specific tools yet. Another open-source package to be aware of is scilab (http://www.scilab.org), which appears to have some control systems tools.

--Sawyer Fuller 16:08, 8 October 2007 (PDT)