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− | FEATool is | + | FEATool is a commercial and proprietary Octave and Matlab FEM toolbox for modeling and simulation of physics and engineering applications with the finite element method. |

* http://www.precisesimulation.com/featool/ | * http://www.precisesimulation.com/featool/ |

## Revision as of 09:08, 8 February 2016

This is a list of Packages available for GNU Octave.

## Contents

# Octave Forge

*Main: Octave Forge*

The official community packages: http://octave.sourceforge.net/

You may also take a look at the Wiki page for each package: Category:Octave-Forge

# Other Packages

Feel free to add unlisted packages.

## FEATool

FEATool is a commercial and proprietary Octave and Matlab FEM toolbox for modeling and simulation of physics and engineering applications with the finite element method.

## go-redis

GNU Octave Redis client

## LIBSVM, LIBLINEAR

Libraries for support vector machine / machine learning classification, regression, and distribution estimation problems. C++, with an interface to Octave.

## ltfat

The Large Time-Frequency Analysis Toolbox®. Please note, this package is available on Octave Forge too, but it has its own website.

## mex-sqlite3

An extension for MATLAB® or GNU/octave to access sqlite3 databases

## octave-network-toolbox

A set of graph/networks analysis functions in Octave

## octsympy

This package is now part of Octave Forge as the new symbolic package. Main development site is still at https://github.com/cbm755/octsympy.

## shogun

The Shogun Machine Learning Toolbox®

## vlfeat

The VLFeat open source library implements popular computer vision algorithms including HOG, SIFT, MSER, k-means, hierarchical k-means, agglomerative information bottleneck, SLIC superpixels, and quick shift.

## epanet-octave

The epanet-octave open source library is as wrapper, including some scripts, to call Epanet Toolkit. Functions are adapted to improve its usability in GNU Octave (e.g. allowing vectors as EpaNet Toolkit function inputs). Still under early development.