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The steps below will result in successful install Octave and Gnuplot. This approach should be avoided on systems with a [[Octave_for_MacOS_X#Package_Managers|package manager]] such as [http://www.finkproject.org/ Fink], [http://www.macports.org/ Macports], or [https://github.com/mxcl/homebrew Homebrew] installed. These instructions were originally copied form [http://bl.anthonysutardja.com/post/24020287559/installing-octave-on-osx-lion Anthony Sutardja].
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* [http://sourceforge.net/projects/octave/files/Octave%20MacOSX%20Binary/2011-04-21%20binary%20of%20Octave%203.4.0/ Download the latest OSX binary of Octave]. This is everything that you need to download. Gnuplot, as well as AquaTerm, are included within the dmg.
* Mount the image and copy Octave.app to your <code>/Applications/</code> folder.
* Inside the Octave image, mount the <code>gnuplot-4.4.3-aqua-i386.dmg</code> which is located in the Extras folder and copy <code>gnuplot.app</code> into your <code>/Applications/</code> folder as well.
* In your favorite text editor, open up <code>/Applications/Gnuplot.app/Contents/Resources/bin/gnuplot</code> and replace every instance of <code>DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH</code> with <code>DYLD_FALLBACK_LIBRARY_PATH</code>. There should be four matches that need to be replaced. In vim, you can do this with the following command:
* ''Optional'': If you want to run Octave from the commandline, you can make an alias to one of the binaries. I would put them somewhere separate from all your other binaries (e.g. <code>~/bin/</code>). If you choose to do this, you must add <code>/Users/YourAccount/bin/</code> to your <code>PATH</code> (as well as making the bin folder). To do this, add the line <code>PATH=/Users/YourAccount/bin:$PATH</code> to your <code>.bash_profile</code> located in your home directory. Then make the following aliases:
<pre>sudo ln -sf /Applications/gnuplot.app/Contents/Resources/bin/gnuplot /Users/YourAccount/bin/gnuplot
sudo ln -sf /Applications/Octave.app/Contents/Resources/bin/octave /Users/YourAccount/bin/octave</pre>
And that’s it! You can type octave at the command-line of Terminal.app to enter the Octave shell.

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