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tagwiki:help:octave [2017/08/11 13:25]
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tagwiki:help:octave [2021/06/15 20:37] (current)
sbf5 [Tag tools Octave help] latest version of Octave
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 =====Tag tools Octave help===== =====Tag tools Octave help=====
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 +You may want to double-check that you have the latest version of Octave installed. It will not necessarily work with older versions.
  
 +For Windows, Linux or BSD, refer to the GNU page: https://​www.gnu.org/​software/​octave/​download
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 +For Mac, octave.app is a great simple option: https://​octave-app.org/​ or the Octave wiki has other options: https://​wiki.octave.org/​Octave_for_macOS
 =====Tips and tricks===== =====Tips and tricks=====
 ====1. Install & load packages required to run the Tag Tools functions==== ====1. Install & load packages required to run the Tag Tools functions====
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 EDITOR (fullfile (OCTAVE_HOME,​ '​notepad++',​ '​notepad++.exe'​));​ EDITOR (fullfile (OCTAVE_HOME,​ '​notepad++',​ '​notepad++.exe'​));​
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-Do not delete or modify any of the above lines from octaverc, unless you are a power user. +Do not delete or modify any of the above lines from octaverc, unless you are a power user. Rather, add lines below these to accomplish what you're after (i.e. loading packages automatically).
  
 === Loading packages === === Loading packages ===
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 EXEC_PATH (cstrcat (fullfile (OCTAVE_HOME,​ '​bin'​),​ pathsep, EXEC_PATH));​ EXEC_PATH (cstrcat (fullfile (OCTAVE_HOME,​ '​bin'​),​ pathsep, EXEC_PATH));​
 EDITOR (fullfile (OCTAVE_HOME,​ '​notepad++',​ '​notepad++.exe'​));​ EDITOR (fullfile (OCTAVE_HOME,​ '​notepad++',​ '​notepad++.exe'​));​
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 +pkg load tagtools
  
 ## Animal Tag Tools required packages ## Animal Tag Tools required packages
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 ==== 2. Adding the Tag Tools to your work path ==== ==== 2. Adding the Tag Tools to your work path ====
  
 +See this link for detailed help: https://​octave.org/​doc/​v4.0.1/​Manipulating-the-Load-Path.html
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