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Tuesday, December 28th, 2010, 8:57 pm

My First GNU Octave Screencast

BACK in October I planned to create some videos that explain to people how to use Free (as in libre) software in scientific computing and also how to program with the corresponding syntax. The following unscripted video is an opening demo of what I hope will improve as I gain experience with screencasting. It’s down to figuring out the audio, the window size, and all sorts of intuition-related skills which will be acquired over time.


In later parts I shall introduce readers to QtOctave, as well. I currently experiment with all sorts of video capturing/editing programs and I also upload old videos like this one.

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