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|Stable release||5.0 / November 5, 2013|
|Operating system||Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux|
|Website||Sysquake product page|
Sysquake is a numerical computing environment based on a programming language[Name?] mostly-compatible with MATLAB. It offers facilities for interactive graphics which give insights into the problems being analyzed. It is used in teaching, research, and engineering.
Sysquake supports two kinds of codes: libraries (collections of related functions which extend Sysquake capabilities), and SQ files, applications with interactive graphics which can have their own menus. Sysquake Pro can also be extended with plugins.
Several applications share a large part of Sysquake code:
- Sysquake Application Builder
- program which creates stand-alone executable applications (bundled with Sysquake Pro)
- Sysquake for LaTeX
- Sysquake's language and graphics directly in LaTeX (package file and compiled application)
Libraries are usually compatible with all these applications.
- J. Granda (May 2011). "Automating the Process for Modeling and Simulation of Mechatronics Systems" (PDF). Bond Graph Modeling of Engineering Systems. Springer New York. Retrieved 9 October 2015.
- "Using lpsolve from Sysquake". April 2013. Retrieved 9 October 2015.
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