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jMatLab

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jMatLab is a platform for mathematical and numerical computations. It is a clone of Matlab and Octave. Unlike Matlab, it is free. Unlike Octave, it runs on any platform where Java is installed. It can also run on the Web browser.

Category

Data Analysis Software Free

Features

• Used for Symbolic calculations
• Numeric Evaluation of mathematical functions, special functions
• Linear algebra with vectors and matrices
• Displaying data, vectors, matrices and functions using 2D and 3D interactive plots
• Saving data in CSV files
• Random numbers using the major distributions
• Solving linear and non-linear equations and systems of equations
• Basic statistical calculations and histogramming

License

Proprietary

Price

• Free

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Available

Users Size

Small (<50 employees), Medium (50 to 1000 employees), Enterprise (>1001 employees)

Website
Company

jMatLab

What is best?

• Used for Symbolic calculations
• Numeric Evaluation of mathematical functions, special functions
• Linear algebra with vectors and matrices
• Displaying data, vectors, matrices and functions using 2D and 3D interactive plots
• Saving data in CSV files

What are the benefits?

• A clone of Matlab and Octave
• Runs on any platform where Java is installed
• Can also run on the Web browser
• Included to the jPort portable desktop
• Also runs on the Android platform (AWork)

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7.6
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jMatLab can be used for simplification, differentials, integration, vectors and matrices.

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jMatLab is a free platform for mathematical and numerical computations which is a clone of Matlab and Octave and runs on any platform where Java is installed or on the Web browser. jMatLab provides features such as Arithmetic, Variables, String Manipulations, Commands and Operators, Functions, Polynomials, Vectors, Differentiation, Equations (Differential), Equations (Linear Systems), Equations (Nonlinear), Equations (Nonlinear Systems), Indefinite Integrals, Input and Output, Matrices, Numerical Integration, Plots, Programming, Statistics (Data Fitting), Statistics (Descriptive), Statistics (Histograms), Statistics (Random Numbers), Taylorpolynomial and Transformations.

jMathLab has its own help system where all programming modules are arranged in groups and users can list all functions which come with the program. jMatLab includes several other projects licensed by GNU such as Jasymca, JMathLib, Lapack, epsgraphics, Blas and R-text textarea and to compile them, users will need third-party jar libraries such as jwork-jhplot-light.jar, epsgraphics.jar, lapack_simple.jar, lapacke.jar, f2jutil.jar, and blas.jar.

JMathLab’s Commands and Operators include format, syms, clear, who, path and Operators where only one command per text input is allowed. There are more than 250 built-in functions included with jMathLab. They are implemented as an external MatLab functions (with the extension .m) or as a Java classes where users can look at them using the command path.

jMathLab is well suited for statistical calculations where users can calculate the major statistical characteristics for matrices and vectors. jMathlab supports custom tailored numerical integration of certain probability distributions. jMathlab supports string manipulation on a basic level where one can add two strings together, find an index of a substring and extract a substring.

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