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I need to use it on something educational so I figured I'd just buy MATLAB or something similar and some books but I am looking for suggestions as this is just an offhand decision.

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omagdon7

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I need to use it on something educational so I figured I'd just buy MATLAB or something similar and some books but I am looking for suggestions as this is just an offhand decision.

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Send it to me, so that I can buy textbooks (that's educational). I'll PM you information for wiring it to me.

Or to make it better I can sell you the latest version of MATLAB (v7 R14).

Or to make it better I can sell you the latest version of MATLAB (v7 R14).

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Really, are you the copyright owner? Buying software doesn't mean you get the right to sell it. Anyway, i know(hope) you're kidding. If you're in college I would not recommend buying matlab, because if you need it there will always be computers available with it already, and depending on what classes you take you may get it for free. Use it to buy books, not textbooks necessarily, but books that will expand your knowledge and be fun at the same time. As to which books that's more of a personal preference, I don't think i'd be able to help you there, search amazon.com see what you like. With 600 you could make a very nice collection.exequor said:Or to make it better I can sell you the latest version of MATLAB (v7 R14).

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ranger

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Here is a list of possible software programs you could buy>>

http://www.electronicsworkbench.com/html/proprodg.html [Broken]

http://www.electronicsworkbench.com/html/proprodb.html [Broken]

http://www.electronicsworkbench.com/html/proprodc.html [Broken]

Mathematica

http://www.wolfram.com/products/calccenter/ [Broken]

Also check out http://www.wolfram.com/products/field_specific.html [Broken] for a list of more field specific software.

http://www.electronicsworkbench.com/html/proprodg.html [Broken]

http://www.electronicsworkbench.com/html/proprodb.html [Broken]

http://www.electronicsworkbench.com/html/proprodc.html [Broken]

Mathematica

http://www.wolfram.com/products/calccenter/ [Broken]

Also check out http://www.wolfram.com/products/field_specific.html [Broken] for a list of more field specific software.

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neurocomp2003

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then i suggest getting the full version of MATLAB if that's the programme you use because matlab, thogh not realtime 3D graphcis intensive, has awesome toolkits, especially for engineering and modelling...i didn't even know you could do implicit differentiation till a prof showed me how. but its costs like i think 300-400.

and then get numeircal recipes in C++.

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