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Re: new to octave - difficulty in installing a package (statistics)

From: Tatsuro MATSUOKA
Subject: Re: new to octave - difficulty in installing a package (statistics)
Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2014 14:39:05 +0900 (JST)

----- Original Message -----
>From: roger phillips 
>To: help-octave 
>Date: 2014/7/30, Wed 02:31
>Subject: new to octave - difficulty in installing a package (statistics)
>Im very new to octave, but getting on reasonably with running some old matlab 
>code, which is great.  I have come across a need to use nanmean which I have 
>seen is included in the statistics package.
>I have downloaded this and saved in the same directory as octave runs from.  I 
>have checked it is in the current path and tried installing it by typing   
>"pkg install -forge statistics-1.2.3.tar.gz"  but i get the error "package not 
>i have tried a few other things like "pkg install statistics-1.2.3.tar.gz" but 
>get the error " the following dependancies where unsatisfied needs io>=1.0.18
>As i am running windows 8.1 i have only been able to work out how to install 
>version 3.6.4  is this causing my problem?  is there an older version of the 
>package i should be trying to install?
>i have tried searching the forum so hope i am not replicating a question 
>already asked!
Which version of octave do you use ?

1. octave 3.6.4 msvc build
2. octave 3.6.4 mingw build
3. octave 3.8.x mingw(MXE) build

From what you wrote, I think that you are using octave 3.6.4. 
But there are two different kind of build.

Replies depend on which version octave do you use.


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