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John W. Eaton
Thu, 20 Nov 1997 01:58:30 -0600
On 19-Nov-1997, Gopalakrishnan Harikumar <address@hidden> wrote:
| I am running octave 2.0.9 on Linux 2.0.30.
| I have read the faq on minimizing the differences
| between octave and matlab, and put the following in
| my .octaverc file:
Unfortunately, the FAQ is horribly out of date (would anyone be
interested in updating and maintaining it?).
Running Octave with th --traditional option provides the most
| My problem is that some matlab files still do
| not work properly under octave. For example, the function
| psd in Matlab's signal processing toolbox.
| For example, the following two lines which work okay in Matlab 4.x
| a = randn(100,1)
| pa = psd(a,16,1,16)
| gives the following errors:
| error: octave_base_value::string_value(): wrong type argument `matrix'
| error: eval: expecting string argument
| error: evaluating index expression near line 42, column 43
| error: evaluating assignment expression near line 42, column 42
| error: called from `psd' in file
| Are there any more variables that I have to set?
I can't tell if this is a bug, because I don't know what psd is
supposed to do. If you think there is a bug, please send a complete
bug report to to address@hidden
Please DO NOT send portions of functions from a Matlab toolbox as a
way of explaining what is going wrong, as I suspect your license
agreement doesn't permit redistribution of the Matlab toolboxes.