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JMathLib
A Java Clone of Octave, SciLab, Freemat and Matlab.

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Appendix B. Frequently Asked Questions

B.1. General Information
B.1.1. General Items
Q: What is the purpose of JMathLib?
Q: Where can I obtain JMathLib?
Q: How do I exit JMathLib?
B.1.2. Installation of JMathLib
Q: Installation on Windows?
Q: Installation on Linux?
B.1.3. Starting of JMathLib
Q: How to start JMathLib?
B.2. Graphics
B.2.1. Toolboxes
Q: What is a toolbox?
Q: How do I plot a vector?

These are the most frequently asked questions from the users of JMathLib.

B.1. General Information

B.1.1. General Items
Q: What is the purpose of JMathLib?
Q: Where can I obtain JMathLib?
Q: How do I exit JMathLib?
B.1.2. Installation of JMathLib
Q: Installation on Windows?
Q: Installation on Linux?
B.1.3. Starting of JMathLib
Q: How to start JMathLib?

These are some general solutions.

B.1.1. General Items

Q: What is the purpose of JMathLib?
Q: Where can I obtain JMathLib?
Q: How do I exit JMathLib?

Q:

What is the purpose of JMathLib?

A:

JMathLib is designed to be a clone of Matlab or Octave or Scilab or Freemat.

Q:

Where can I obtain JMathLib?

A:

Look at the website or look at the download page.

Q:

How do I exit JMathLib?

A:

Just type exity in the command window.

B.1.2. Installation of JMathLib

Q: Installation on Windows?
Q: Installation on Linux?

Q:

Installation on Windows?

A:

Just download the installer and double-click on the EXE file.

Q:

Installation on Linux?

A:

...

B.1.3. Starting of JMathLib

Q: How to start JMathLib?

Q:

How to start JMathLib?

A:

On windows: just double click the program icon

B.2. Graphics

B.2.1. Toolboxes
Q: What is a toolbox?
Q: How do I plot a vector?

These are some solutions to questions related to the grahpical system of JMathLib.

Q:

How do I plot a vector?

A:

plot(name_of_vector)

B.2.1. Toolboxes

Q: What is a toolbox?

These are some answers regarding toolboxes

Q:

What is a toolbox?

A:

A toolbox is a collection of .m and .class files that work on some specialized area. For example: plot functions are in the graphics toolbox. Functions for reading and writing of data from an the you harddisc are located the io-toolbox.

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