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-- Andrew Kelly, IPS Radio & Space Services, Australian Bureau of Meteorology
 
-- Andrew Kelly, IPS Radio & Space Services, Australian Bureau of Meteorology
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I used Octave for a semester at my university, having two classes requiring to submit assignments done in MATLAB: ''Artificial Intelligence'' and ''Computer Vision''. Using the "matlab-incompatible" warning I am able to easily avoid incompatible syntax shorthands.
 
 
-- Andrea Lazzarotto
 
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I use Ocatve as a backend for part of my neuroimaging research at the ETH Zürich. Even if upstream writes their code mainly with MATLAB in mind, the benefits of Octave - especially concerning package manager integration and compilation are notable!
 
Octave allowed me to set up a batteries-included SPM distribution for Gentoo Linux via the NeuroGentoo repository.
 
 
-- Horea Christian
 
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I use Octave in the development of software for spaceflight simulation.
 
 
-- Pablo Edronkin
 
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Mote3D, an open-source toolbox for the generation of virtual random periodic particulate microstructures, was implemented using Octave. The toolbox was developed at German Aerospace Center (DLR) and is available at https://github.com/Mote3D/Mote3D_toolbox.
 
 
-- Henning Richter
 
 
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