Freemat is an intepereted, matrix-oriented development environment for engineering and scientific applications, similar to the commercial package MATLAB. It provides visualization, image manipulation, and plotting as well as parallel programming.
|Tags||Scientific/Engineering Mathematics Visualization Software Development Interpreters|
|Operating Systems||Windows POSIX BSD Linux|
Release Notes: An ODE45 solver was added. SVG support was added for exporting figures. A "recent files" feature was added to the editor. Keyboard shortcuts were added to the editor and main application menus. A quiver plots execute-selected-text button was added. A directory-change tool was added to the main toolbar. Complex numbers can be displayed. The behavior of the editor when opening and saving (new) files was improved.
Release Notes: The new ctype interface was added, which allows you to pass complex data structures back and forth between FreeMat and C/C++ code. You can now change the scrollback via the console preferences. FFTs (especially large ones) should execute much quicker now. Errors now generate stack traces, even when not in dbauto on mode. The "edit" command has been added, along with the imagesc command.
Release Notes: This release fixes some critical bugs in the previous release. In particular, the 64-bit compilation bug has been fixed, and the Mac OS X package has been fixed. Also, several general bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: The output format for FreeMat numbers is now closer to MATLABs, and can be adjusted using the format command. The console window has been rewritten and should be more robust and faster. Contour plots in 2D and 3D are now supported, along with labels. Anonymous and nested functions are now supported. Audio record/playback functionality has been added via the wavplay/wavrecord/etc. functions. Performance and memory usage have also been improved.
Release Notes: This version includes a new Threading API, which allows you to take advantage of multi-core and multi-processor machines from within your FreeMat/MATLAB programs. FreeMat now has powerful Perl-style regular expression manipulations. A new, unified multi-platform regression test suite is now shipped with FreeMat (as the run_tests command). Flicker during plotting updates has been eliminated. The help window has a new search tool now to help you quickly locate functions and help topics. The memory usage of FreeMat has been significantly improved.