Fine, Xavion. I like Octave also very much. The availability of the source code is a big advantage, because I can search for bugs for my own and adjust features for experiments. E.g. I cannot get MATLAB to allocate the memory for arrays with an 128-bit alignment, but in Octave I can control this -
- when I spend hours and days and weeks of programming, debugging and testing. And as long as I want to work with a running system, I decide to spend money for Matlab for the serious work.