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I've installed Fuzzy Logic Toolbox for Scilab 5.4.1

In Matlab we can write fuzzy in command line and use that.

How to use Fuzzy GUI editor in Scilab?

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For Fuzzy GUI Editor we need to download this Toolbox.

You can download it from here. And then extract it some where like ~/flt/.

And then we need to load this Toolbox on Scilab, as below :

  1. Open Scilab
  2. Type below command in Scilab command line and hit Enter to load Fuzzy Logic Toolbox :

    exec("~/flt/loader.sce");
    

Finally you can use below command to use Fuzzy GUI Editor:

editfls
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Hit CtrlH in the home directory in order to show the invisible directories. Find .scilab and browse to .scilab/scilab-5.5.0/atoms/. When you're inside this directory, create a new folder called sciFLT. Now, if you have the module downloaded in to your computer, paste it into this new folder you've just created (you can download it here).

Now, with your scilab opened you'll execute the command

atomsInstall('/home/.Scilab/scilab-5.5.0/atoms/sciFLT/name_of_the_file_you_just_dowloaded.tag.gz');

Hit enter to execute, then restart scilab, and probably you'll be good to go!

To access the GUI fuzzy module use the command editfls!

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