Octave Basics

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For the meaning of operators, see the GNU Octave manual.

The very basics

+ , - , * , / , ^ , pi , I , e , inf , eps , sin , cos , tan , exp , log , log10 , abs , sqrt , sign , round , ceil , floor , fix , = , , , ; , who , clear , help , lookfor

x = pi, y = floor (sin (x)), z = log (exp (2013)), z / inf

Vectors and matrices

 : | .* | ./ | .^ | ' | .' | \ | length | numel | size | zeros | ones | eye | diag | rand | det | trace | inv | lu | eig | cond | expm
 x = 1:5, x(:), x(2:4), A = [11 12; 21, 22], A(1,1:end) ↵

Graphics

plot | semilogx | semilogy | loglog | contour | quiver | surf | mesh | meshgrid | xlabel | ylabel | zlabel | title | grid | axis | hold | subplot | figure | print

t = 0:0.01*pi:21*pi; x = sin (t).*(exp (cos (t)) - 2*cos (4*t) + sin (t/12).^5); y = cos (t).*(exp (cos (t)) - 2*cos (4*t) + sin (t/12).^5); plot(x, y) ↵

Scripts and functions

@ | function | return | nargin | nargout | varargin | varargout | feval | eval

f = @(x) x.^2, f(1:10) ↵
function v = cossum (x, n) v = cumsum (repmat (cos (x), 1, n));

Programming elements

== | > | < | >= | <= | != | | || | | & | && | ! | if | else | elseif | for | while |end | break | continue | pause

for i = 1:5 if (i < 3) disp (i) else disp (i^2) end end ↵

See also