HOWTO: Use GNU Octave in your browser¶
This short article explains two ways to use GNU Octave, the world-famous free and open-source software, the most serious alternative to MATLAB (SciLab is also a good FOSS alternative, if you are interested).
Both solutions are free to use, and should work on any modern browser (desktop for sure, mobile not so much).
A pretty good web-application, kinda ugly styled, but work really well. The script or the figures can be saved on your desktop if neeeded.
The links to their webapp could change, so if it is broken, you can find it on their web-applications page.
SAGE cells are a component of the SAGE project, which allow to embed an editor for different languages, one being GNU Octave, directly in a web page:
Propose an online editor for Octave.
Other online interpreters?¶
OCaml (v3.12) online interpreter, on my website.
GNU Plot (v4.6.6) online interpreter, on my website.