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Scilab love Octave

John W. Eaton, the original author and primary maintainer of Octave just joined our team within ESI Group.  Octave was first intended as an academic companion software for a chemical engineering course. But ever since its first release in 1994 (same year as Scilab !), it got closer to the Matlab language. This demonstrates once again the commitment of ESI Group to open-source. Now part of our team in ESI Group, John Eaton will continue hisstrong involvement in the development of Octave. And Octave (in parallel with Scilab) will continue to grow. Our team can now also provide services arou

Google Summer Of Code 2017

We are selected for the Google Summer Of Code 2017 as a mentoring organization. Come see the competing projects and take part in the development of Scilab! The Google Summer of Code (GSoC) is an annual program organized by Google to promote the development of free software. Through this program, Google offers student developers stipends to write code for various open source software projects during the spring. The participating projects are chosen on the reputation of the software, its quality and the relevance and feasibility of proposed projects. Ideas of development of Scilab are availa

Scilab @ Embedded World 2017

We will be at Embedded World 2017, on 14 - 15 March, in Nuremberg(Germany) on the booth of our partner emmtrix Technologies, in Hall 4A, Booth 520d Please do contact us, to set up a time for some quality exchange: Meet us @ Embedded World Scilab for C Code Generation Scilab partners provide commercial and free third party code generators for Scilab: Third party code generators C Code generation with Scilab and emmtrix Code Generator In collaboration with the embedded software tool provider emmtrix Technologies GmbH, the new emmtrix Code Generator (eCG) for Scilab is introduced at the

The Scilab Team is now part of ESI Group

A unique opportunity to build bridges in System Modeling and Data Analytics, with ESI's existing software suite, desktop and cloud. After 5 years of Scilab versions made by Scilab Enterprises, the operational team is very proud to share with you that ESI Group has acquired the company.  Looking back to the history of Scilab, the operational team behind the software has been backed by various structures (publicly funded or private) and this is a new page for the software to be backed by a large and already-established company.  ESI Group is a pioneer and world-leading provider in Virtual Prot

Scilab 6.0.0 Release

The Scilab team is happy to announce the release of Scilab 6.0.0Download Scilab 6.0.0 Scilab 6 is a major new release of Scilab, the open source platform for numerical computation. Scilab is a free and open source software massively used in scientific & engineering communities (100 000 downloads per month worldwide).Scilab is used for modeling, simulation and scientific post-processing, in education & research (Fraunhofer Institute, Aerospace agencies, ...) and industrial companies (Airbus, ArcelorMittal, Air liquide, Microchip, PSA, Renault, Sanofi, STMicroelectronic, Valeo, ...)What'

Create your own Season's Greetings with Scilab

With this Scilab script, create your own Season's Greeting, to share it with your friends: ScilabSeasonsGreeting.sce 1.85 kB With this Scilab script, create your own Season's Greeting, to share it with your friends: ScilabSeasonsGreeting.sce 1.85 kB 0001 function Star(B, b, n, name) 0002 colour = modulo(name, 128); 0003 for p = n:-1:1 0004 for q = 1:min(p,2):2^(p-1)*b 0005 Z = B*exp(%i*q*%pi/2^(p-2)/b); 0006

Webinar - Simulation App Development with Scilab

Tired of exchanging Excel spreadsheets for your scientific & engineering applications? Discover the capabilities of Scilab for the development and deployment of applications, both Desktop & Web. --> You want to develop your own scientific app: Find out the capabilities of Scilab for app development --> You need an expert to develop a scientific app for you: Contract our team for a taylored project --> You want to deploy your application to your end-users: Leverage Scilab Cloud for an easy and modern way to share   Visualize the replay of the Webinar:

Availability of Scilab 6.0.0 beta 2

Availability of Scilab 6.0.0 beta 2 We are happy to announce the release of the beta-2 version of Scilab 6.0.0, the upcoming revisited version of our open source platform for modeling, simulation & scientific data analysis. This 6.0.0 beta 2 is a release candidate for all users, commercial as well as community. Download Scilab 6.0.0 beta 2 Specific to this release:  --> Xcos - the graphical tool for dynamic systems modeling and simulation - also uses the new re-written Scilab engine, and is now running in native code, which should provide much better performance as well as support fo

Scilab & Arduino for low-cost data acquisition

For simple data acquisition tasks, Arduino represents an affordable and accessible platform. You can easily link your sensors to the analogic and digital I/Os. First of all, start by downloading the Arduino toolbox and the Serial communication toolbox on ATOMS. Then to get your connection between Scilab & Arduino, try out this tutorial Blinking LED Tutorial: The "Hello World" in electronics with Scilab and Xcos Here is a simple circuit for temperature acquisition directly controllable from Scilab & Xcos: To set it up, here is a tutorial for entry level test & me

Publication of D-Booker's Scilab Fundamentals

Thanks to the translation of Perrine Mathieu, we are pleased to announce the publication of the book "Scilab - From Theory to practice: I. Fundamentals" This effort brings the work of the author Philippe Roux to the engineers & scientists from all over the world, who want to learn independently how to use the Software Scilab.  This book will teach you all the basics you need to compute, program and create plots with Scilab. Best practices certified by Scilab Enterprises! Buy it online on Amazon: US - UK - DE What You Will Learn This book will teach you all the basic Scilab concepts y