Tags: #talks  #octave 

Talk about Octave at the University of Tokyo

This Christmas I had the honor to give a seminar talk at the University of Tokyo, which was organized by JSIAM.

The talk is an extension of a previous talk given in Tokyo.

The topics covered are:

  • A brief introduction to GNU Octave (history, community)
  • Octave demonstrations (data I/O, plotting, m-code optimization)
  • Object-oriented programming with Octave
  • Package creation
  • oct-files (call Fortran/C/C++ code from Octave)
  • Using GNU Octave from C/C++ applications
  • Introduction to Octave development
  • Reporting bugs and getting help

All material, including the slides, are available on GitHub.

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