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The Complete Technical Analysis and Development Environment An attractive alternative to MATLAB and GAUSS - Physics World

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What Is O-Matrix? O-Matrix® is an interactive analysis and visualization tool that combines the programming flexibility and performance of a compiled language with the ease of use of an interpreted, integrated environment. A good alternative and better package than MATLAB - Katsuhiko Kawai PhD., Nagoya University

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Since 1992 technical computing professionals have relied on O-Matrix because of its unique combination of: Power – The O-Matrix language enables rapid implementation of solutions and simplifies the construction, of large analysis applications. Speed – The execution performance of O-Matrix solutions far exceeds that of other interpreted environment and rivals that of compiled applications. Ease of Use – The O-Matrix language and environment makes it simple to quickly obtain solutions. Affordability – O-Matrix and O-Matrix toolboxes have always been priced at a small fraction of the cost of other technical computing solutions. Since 1992 technical computing professionals have relied on O-Matrix because of its unique combination of: Power – The O-Matrix language enables rapid implementation of solutions and simplifies the construction, of large analysis applications. Speed – The execution performance of O-Matrix solutions far exceeds that of other interpreted environment and rivals that of compiled applications. Ease of Use – The O-Matrix language and environment makes it simple to quickly obtain solutions. Affordability – O-Matrix and O-Matrix toolboxes have always been priced at a small fraction of the cost of other technical computing solutions. The O-Matrix Advantage O-Matrix is to be recommended as powerful yet inexpensive. - -Scientific Computing World

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Analysis Functions Plotting and Data Visualization GUI Building Tools Client/Server Computing Extensive Data IO capabilities MATLAB® -compatible matrix language with many extensions High-performance functions built on hand-tuned C, FORTRAN, and assembler functions. Analysis Functions Plotting and Data Visualization GUI Building Tools Client/Server Computing Extensive Data IO capabilities MATLAB® -compatible matrix language with many extensions High-performance functions built on hand-tuned C, FORTRAN, and assembler functions. Integrated Editor Integrated Debugger Application Profiling Dynamically link with user- defined C/C++, and FORTRAN functions Like an enhanced MATLAB® - IEEE Spectrum The O-Matrix Environment

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Analysis Functions Matrix Functions Statistics and Simulations Curve Fitting and Optimization Calculus Fourier Analysis and Filtering Optimization Polynomials Elementary Functions Matrix Functions Statistics and Simulations Curve Fitting and Optimization Calculus Fourier Analysis and Filtering Optimization Polynomials Elementary Functions A useful tool for anyone who needs To perform data analysis - IEEE Computer

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Data Visualization Extensive 2D and 3D plot types Versatile control of plotting region Control of axis scaling and labeling Efficiently handle large data sets Extensive 2D and 3D plot types Versatile control of plotting region Control of axis scaling and labeling Efficiently handle large data sets

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Building User Interfaces With O-Matrix O-Matrix contains a complete set of functions for creating custom GUIs for your applications. A GUI-Based Kalman Filter Tool Built in O-Matrix

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Programming In O-Matrix O-Matrix is built on a high-performance, MATLAB-compatible interpreter that provides many additional language capabilities for advanced data analysis. - - Build code in an object-oriented or procedural style - - Flexible methods for organizing scripts that does not rely on function names - - Ability to pre-compile code into binary form - - Use Visual Basic or FORTRAN –like syntax in addition to matrix-oriented syntax. O-Matrix is built on a high-performance, MATLAB-compatible interpreter that provides many additional language capabilities for advanced data analysis. - - Build code in an object-oriented or procedural style - - Flexible methods for organizing scripts that does not rely on function names - - Ability to pre-compile code into binary form - - Use Visual Basic or FORTRAN –like syntax in addition to matrix-oriented syntax. Readers should take a look at O-Matrix - Desktop Engineering step = pi/16 x = -pi:step:pi gplot(x,sin(x))gplot(x,cos(x))

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Data Manipulation O-Matrix includes a broad range of functions for reading, writing, manipulating, and formatting numeric and character data. High-performance reading/writing of ASCII data Low-level binary I/O functions HDF Data IO Excel Data IO Read Matlab binary data, (.mat files) Text manipulation and conversion Versatile text formatting O-Matrix includes a broad range of functions for reading, writing, manipulating, and formatting numeric and character data. High-performance reading/writing of ASCII data Low-level binary I/O functions HDF Data IO Excel Data IO Read Matlab binary data, (.mat files) Text manipulation and conversion Versatile text formatting An excellent product - -Agustin Alons Rodriguez, Prof. Of Econometrics

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O-Matrix Performance O-Matrix is much faster than MATLAB, I recommend it wholeheartedly - Dr. Ben Rickman Ultra Electronics

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Statistics Performance Overall, O-Matrix is the fastest matrix computation package we tested. - SciViews

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O-Matrix Toolboxes STSA – Statistical Time-Series Analysis Toolbox SPT – Signal Processing Toolbox Excel Link – Add the high-performance analysis capabilities of O-Matrix to Excel ODBC Link – Retrieve and manipulate ODBC/SQL data sources from O-Matrix Data Visualizer – Interactive, OpenGL plotting and graphics manipulation STSA – Statistical Time-Series Analysis Toolbox SPT – Signal Processing Toolbox Excel Link – Add the high-performance analysis capabilities of O-Matrix to Excel ODBC Link – Retrieve and manipulate ODBC/SQL data sources from O-Matrix Data Visualizer – Interactive, OpenGL plotting and graphics manipulation

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OLE/COM Automation O-Matrix can be used as an Automation client or accessed as a COM server. O-Matrix as an Automation Client: - - Use O-Matrix as a mathematical scripting language for COM-enable applications such as Excel, Word, LabView, and SigmaPlot - - Use O-Matrix client scripting to add language capabilities to proprietary applications The O-Matrix COM Server: O-Matrix can be accessed and controlled by any environment or language that provides Automation. Easily pass data and commands to and from O- Matrix with languages such as Visual Basic, VBA, and C++. O-Matrix can be used as an Automation client or accessed as a COM server. O-Matrix as an Automation Client: - - Use O-Matrix as a mathematical scripting language for COM-enable applications such as Excel, Word, LabView, and SigmaPlot - - Use O-Matrix client scripting to add language capabilities to proprietary applications The O-Matrix COM Server: O-Matrix can be accessed and controlled by any environment or language that provides Automation. Easily pass data and commands to and from O- Matrix with languages such as Visual Basic, VBA, and C++. cocreate("Excel.Application") copropput("Visible", 1) # Run a VBA macro coinvoke("Run","ARPlot")

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O-Matrix comes with free technical support. O-Matrix support staff and developers review support questions to ensure accurate, professional support. Most support issues are resolved within one to two business days. Technical Support Excellent and very prompt customer service - Dr. Wayne Briggs University of British Columbia

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Harmonic Software Inc. PO Box 7365 Breckenridge, CO 80424 sales@omatrix.com info@omatrix.com http://www.omatrix.com Harmonic Software Inc. PO Box 7365 Breckenridge, CO 80424 sales@omatrix.com info@omatrix.com http://www.omatrix.com Contacting Harmonic

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