- To run an Octaveweb example
Simply click on the radio button corresponding to the example you want to
see (check out the code links, too), and hit the submit button.
- To run Octaveweb using your own commands
type the octave code you want to execute into the text window
and then click on the submit button. A new html page is produced, with the
text output of your code followed by the graphical output (if any) from your
code (the short code snippet that occupies the text window at start-up is an
example, in case you don't know octave already).
The computer time for Octaveweb is donated by the Department of
Mathematics and Computer Science, Northern Kentucky University.
Page maintained by Andy Long. Comments appreciated.