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FreeMat is a free and open-source (licensed under GPL) numerical analysis software that is designed as a drop-in replacement for MATLAB. Its syntax is very similar to that of MATLAB with most differences being due to the rarity of its updates compared to the regularity of the updates of MATLAB.

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How do I call FreeMat that was installed via Alien?

How do I call FreeMat that was installed via Alien? I'm running 12.10 32 bit. I have tried freemat, freemat4.1.1 and freemat4 and none have worked.
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How do I Install FreeMat 4.1 on 12.10 32 bit?

How do I install FreeMat 4.1 on 12.10 32 bit? The latest version available in the software centre or from other debian package sources is 4.0. Using Alien on the rpm package available at FreeMat ...
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Comparison: Octave, Spyder, Freemat, Scilab - as alternatives for Matlab

I am trying to find an alternative for Matlab and have so far found: Octave Spyder Freemat Scilab I'm trying to find which is the best alternative to Matlab. I'm particularly concerned with ...