In the past few years, we have covered plenty of MATLAB and R iOS apps for data scientists. The GNU Octave is another powerful software for math and data visualization problems. Here are 3 Octave iPhone apps you don’t want to miss:
Madona: this app lets you run MATLAB & Octave code on your smartphone. It supports plotting and graphing and also shows detailed errors. It has a custom keyboard for easy entry.
Anoc: an Octave editor for iPhone that lets you manage your projects on your iOS device. It has local and cloud modes, syntax highlighting, hotkeys, line numbering, and other convenient feature. It lets you easily import and export projects.
SIMO: a handy app for solving math problems. It lets you create and run MATLAB code. It adopts the same syntax as Octave. Lets you create and edit scripts on your phone, generate 2D/3D plots, and interact with them via simple gestures.
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