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Netlab Downloads

At this site you can find the following resources:

 File Release
Zip
Format
Tar and Gzip
Format
Date
 Licence  All  N/A  N/A
 30/10/2001
 Toolbox  3.2  zip file
 gzip file  30/10/2001
 Help Files
 3.2  zip file  gzip file  30/10/2001
 Toolbox  3.3  zip file  gzip file  18/06/2004
 Help Files
 3.3  zip file  gzip file  18/06/2004
 Optimisation Options: 
 foptions.m
 Matlab 7.0 or 
 later
 N/A  N/A
 28/10/2004 

Installation

The toolbox consists of a set of text files and is available in two compression forms. The files are in Unix format, but most Windows-based editors can cope (in particular, the Matlab editor can read the files correctly).

  • Zip (best for Windows and most Unix users). The software and help files have been archived and compressed using zip: follow the link and save them as text files. Then use unzip (or winzip or similar under Windows) to extract the files. It is recommended that they are installed in separate directories. When unzipped, the files are placed in your current working directory.
  • Gzip and tar (for Unix users without zip)

    The software and help files have been archived using tar and compressed using gzip: follow the link and save them as text files. Then use gunzip to uncompress the archive and tar xf to extract the files. It is recommended that the two files are installed in separate directories. When uncompressed and extracted from the archive, the files are placed in your current working directory.

The code directory should also be added to your Matlab search path, by modifying either the environment variable MATLABPATH (in Unix) or the path variable in your startup.m file. See the Matlab manuals for more information.

If you are using Matlab 7.0 or later, then the foptions function has been removed. This was the earlier method for setting up default options to control optimisation algorithms. Installing the replacement M-file will ensure that Netlab continues to work correctly. 

Data Visualisation and Modelling System

The Matlab files and user guide to version 3.0 of DVMS are available here.



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