jMatLab is a platform for mathematical and numerical computations. It is a clone of Matlab and Octave. Unlike Matlab, it is free. Unlike Octave, it runs on any platform where Java is installed. It can also run on the Web browser.
The program can be used for:
- Symbolic calculations (simplification, differentials, integration)
Numeric Evaluation of mathematical functions, special functions
Linear algebra with vectors and matrices
Displaying data, vectors, matrices and functions using 2D and 3D interactive plots
Saving data (vectors and matrices) in CSV files
Random numbers using the major distributions
Solving linear and non-linear equations and systems of equations
Basic statistical calculations and histogramming
The program is a part of the jHepWork computational environment
However you can also use a light version of jMathLab here
To run it, click on the jar file (Windows) or run it as "java -jar jwork-jmathlab.jar" (Linux/Mac).
One can also use jMathLab shell and execute Matlab/Octave M-files using command-line prompt.
The program also runs on the Android platform (AWork)
Read interactive jMathLab tutorial
from jLearn portal.
Reference manual is available for members here
If you have a useful code implemented as M-file or as Java package which you would like to include to the next release, please contact jmathlab[AT]jwork.org. Also, all bug reports and requests
can be posted on jMathLab forum
The project is licensed by the GNU public license.
The program includes several other projects licensed by GNU: Jasymca, JMathLib, Lapack, epsgraphics, Blas and R-text textarea.
You can download the source code from here
. To compile it, you will
need the following third-party jar libraries: