Best alternative to Matlab

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Best alternative to Matlab

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I'm making a project in Matlab and Simulink on my windows pc and now i want to run it directly on odroid-c1. The project consists in reading some values from force sensors and control a motor. I know I can't do that in Matlab because ARM processors doesn't support it.
What I want to know is what's the best alternative?

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Re: Best alternative to Matlab

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I'd suggest writing it in Python - however will need to read your force sensors (probably with one of the ADC channels) and drive your motor (with an appropriate H-Bridge)
joaosporting wrote:I'm making a project in Matlab and Simulink on my windows pc and now i want to run it directly on odroid-c1. The project consists in reading some values from force sensors and control a motor. I know I can't do that in Matlab because ARM processors doesn't support it.
What I want to know is what's the best alternative?
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Re: Best alternative to Matlab

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Re: Best alternative to Matlab

Post by Guso »

Try octave, it's closer to the Matlab purposes as far as I can understand

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Re: Best alternative to Matlab

Post by DNMaina »

Hey, you can try:
GNU Octave,
Open Modelica,
Scilab/Xcos,
Collimator (Python based in case you choose to write in python)
These are all great alternatives to both Matlab and Simulink

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