Hi there
A novice in Pi family. Is it possible to run MATLAB for Linux on the Pi or any other alternative that can offer the simulations to be programmed and run on the Pi?
What are your requirements? Do you need Simulink? Are you a heavy user of the MATLAB toolbox GUI stuff? If yes then I can't help. But if your code is mostly just code and functions then Octave is syntax-compatible which means that your scripts would run with maybe some tiny modification.navakris03 wrote: Any other alternatives to do calculations and mathematical evaluations on the Pi? I have heard about octave before but never tried it. Suggestions please
Scilab is an alternative that is know to run on even less capable hardware compared to the Pi, scilab is also found in the debian package manager.navakris03 wrote:Hi there
A novice in Pi family. Is it possible to run MATLAB for Linux on the Pi or any other alternative that can offer the simulations to be programmed and run on the Pi?