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Alternatives to matlab and simulink? Comrade 06/06/2020 (Sat) 16:56:14 No. 2123
I just want to solve my partial differential equations by the line method, and get hopf bifurcation diagrams without getting a blood clot, in a way that is open source and not fucking bloated as fuck, and no python is shit, for those two i need 3 packaged which are completely imcompatible
for matlab there is GNU octave, very slow though
>>2124 octave is good. although it has some problems doing symbolic calculations/linear algebra
>>2125 yeah that's the same issue julia has, julia is way faster than both octave or matlab, but it cannot solve equations for shit, you have to call the python equation solver, which in itself is inferior to the matlab one
>>2125 For symbolic manipulation and calculation you have to use Maxima or WxMaxima.

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