Freemat is an interpreted, matrix-oriented development environment for engineering and scientific applications, similar to the commercial package MATLAB. Freemat provides visualization, image manipulation, and plotting as well as parallel programming.

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  • I've just tried the OS X version. There are some problems that make it unusable: - no Preferences dialog in the application menu. - I couldn't find a way to save the default script folder configuration (yet) - no Window menu, making it unwieldy to switch between all the Matlab-style windows (main, scripts, graphs). - MIGHT BE MY HARDWARE, but the plots take too much time to zoom in. So regrettably, I'm going to give it a thumbs down and choose something else until these features are fixed. Some good points: - graphic user interface, not Terminal. Very good. - easy to use interface, other than the mentioned problems.

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