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GNU Octave #30

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dpastern opened this Issue Feb 24, 2019 · 5 comments

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dpastern commented Feb 24, 2019

Hey guys,

Will these modules run with GNU Octave? Matlab is not an option (money!).

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Dave

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DrCoffey commented Feb 24, 2019

Hey Dave,

We haven't tested DeepSqueak in Octave. It is pretty complicated code, so I imagine you would run into issues. I would have liked to be completely open source with DeepSqueak, but I have been coding in Matlab so long that it was really the only option for us.

-Kevin

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dpastern commented Feb 24, 2019

Dang! A lad can always hope! I was more curious about my pet rats, than anything serious science wise.

Did you notice vocalisation changes in rats with ill health (mycoplasma etc)?

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clemens-tolboom commented Mar 3, 2019

@dpastern have to tried Octave? I did using https://flathub.org/apps/details/org.octave.Octave to get 5.x (Ubuntu gave me 4.x)

DeepSqueek.m is not runable.

>> DeepSqueak

error: 'gui_mainfcn' undefined near line 30 column 5
error: called from
    DeepSqueak at line 30 column 5

Unfortunately (to me) the *.mat files (guess those are HDF5?) could not be opened due to bug/feature in Octave https://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?45706

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clemens-tolboom commented Mar 3, 2019

Trying to read the *.mat file(s) with python https://stackoverflow.com/questions/874461/read-mat-files-in-python#874488 has some good references.

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MxMarx commented Mar 4, 2019

I'm guessing that this is because the *.mat files were all saved as v7.3, be we could probably compile it into a standalone application. I tested it on windows, and detecting and viewing files seemed to work.

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