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Topic: ANNOUNCEMENT: MathViews for Windows is now shareware
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Shalom Halevy

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ANNOUNCEMENT: MathViews for Windows is now shareware
Posted: Jul 9, 1996 10:10 PM
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MathViews shareware version 2.10 is now available
from

http://www.mathwizards.com/

It is a fully functional MathViews for Windows
program.

MathViews is a comprehensive, easy-to-use, fully
interactive, math
interpreter. It provides easy access to: matrix and
linear algebra,
digital signal processing, instrument control,
image processing,
time series analysis, data visualization and
waveform display and editing.

MathViews is highly compatible with the matlab
syntax and will
execute most matlab m-files with no changes.
MathViews offers several
features which are not available in Matlab. Some of
these include:
integrated development environment with built-in
debugger,
AutoAssign, separate input, output and program
windows.

For more information

http://www.mathwizards.com/mv_ftrs.html

MathViews Compiler can generate standalone
executables from the
user scripting functions.

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