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Re: Free Octave-Matlab book in Spanish
From: |
Jordi Gutierrez Hermoso |
Subject: |
Re: Free Octave-Matlab book in Spanish |
Date: |
Fri, 27 Jan 2006 15:01:56 -0600 |
On 1/27/06, Guillem Borrell Nogueras <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi
>
> I've been teaching Matlab in my university for two years. During this time
> I've been writing some lecture notes about Octave and Matlab.
Woot! Thanks for this resource!
> The first version was
> written in LaTeX but I translated it to ODT (Open document text) so anyone
> can edit the book, even non LaTeXers.
This seems like a strange choice. Would there be anyone interested in
editting these notes who wouldn't know LaTeX? LaTeX is as much of a
lingua franca in mathematical typesetting as English is in scientific
communications. I don't know ODT, but I can't imagine that it can
produce output nearly as beautiful as LaTeX's.
> I hope that someone in this list can do a better use of this resource,
> otherwise I'd abandon it. I think it's a good starting point to write good
> documentation in spanish for octave.
I'll distribute it in my own Spanish-speaking maths school. Maybe
someone will take interest. :)
> you can download the files at
>
> http://torroja.dmt.upm.es:9673/Guillem_Site/CursoMatlab/MaterialAdicional/OctaveSpanishODT.tar.gz/file_view
Er, a strange request. My school's network blocks almost all ports,
especially strange ports such as 9673. I was hoping that it would show
up in the standard HTTP port 80, but it didn't. Can you put the file
in port 80?
Thanks!
- Jordi G.H.
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