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Mathematica equivalent of MATLAB

  1. Mar 12, 2010 #1
    Hey folks :smile:

    I just got my student copy of Mathematica 7 and I am really excited to get started. I have some MATLAB m-files that I want to replicate in Mathematica to help me get the syntax.

    I am a little confused as to where to start writing it though... In MATLAB, you can write a code in an m-file and then go to the command window and call it whenever necessary so long as the m-file is in the current working directory. I would like to the Mathematica equivalent now, but I am not sure where to write my code?

    Is this possible? Can I write my code as its own separate file and then call it from elsewhere in Mathematica?

    Sorry for the noob question, but I just want to get started! :Smile:

    ~Casey
     
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  3. Mar 12, 2010 #2

    Dale

    Staff: Mentor

    Yes, it is called a "package". There is a decent amount of information in the online help about using other packages and building your own.
     
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