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JMathLib

JMathLib is a system of mathematical functions designed to be used to evaluate complex expressions and display the results graphically. It can be used either interactively or to interpret script files. It works like Matlab, Octave, Freemat, and Scilab.

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  •  08 Jun 2008 16:27

    Release Notes: New functions: autumn, bone, brighten, cla, clf, colormap, cool, copper, dbquit, func2str, gca, gcf, get, global, gray, gray2ind, hot, isfunctionhandle, isglobal, isstudent, jet, ntsc2rgb, pink, polar, rainbow, set, spring, str2func, summer, ver, version, white, and winter. Updated functions: addpath, blanks, checkForUpdates, load, num2str, patch, path, rehash, runfile, and substring.

    •  02 Jun 2007 08:15

      Release Notes: New functions.

      •  25 Mar 2007 14:18

        Release Notes: Much more compatibility to Matlab was added.

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