GNU Octave Beginner's Guide
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About This Book
- The easiest way to use GNU Octave's power and flexibility for data analysis
- Work with GNU Octave's interpreter – declare and control mathematical objects like vectors and matrices
- Rationalize your scripts and control program flow
- Extend GNU Octave and implement your own functionality
- Get to know the vast built-in functionality that GNU Octave has to offer
- Build your own GNU Octave toolbox package to solve complex problems
- Learn Octave the simple way, with real-world examples and plenty of screenshots provided throughout the book
Who This Book Is For
This book is intended for anyone interested in scientific computing and data analysis. The reader should have a good level of mathematics and a basic understanding of programming will be useful, although it is not a prerequisite.