EasySpin comes in a single zip file, containing all toolbox functions and the full documentation.
Visit the EasySpin website for downloading the latest version.
EasySpin requires MATLAB 7.5 (R2007b) or later on either Windows, Linux or Mac. EasySpin does not run on older Matlab versions. Beyond a basic MATLAB installation, no additional MATLAB toolboxes are needed to run EasySpin.
/var/myfiles/. Once unpacked, EasySpin is contained in a subfolder of
/var/myfiles/or whatever directory you chose) which in turn contains various subfolders:
easyspin-x.y.z/easyspin- all the toolbox functions.
easyspin-x.y.z/documentation- documentation, entry point is
easyspin-x.y.z/examples- all examples, grouped into subdirectories.
easyspin-x.y.z/easyspinto the MATLAB search path by clicking on "Add Folder...", selecting the
easyspin-x.y.z/easyspinsubfolder from your new EasySpin directory, and clicking on "Save".
easyspinat the command prompt. This will display information about the installed version of EasySpin. Also, it will compile a few files from the
easyspin/privatefolder, if they have not yet been compiled for your platform. Possibly you are asked to select a C compiler. In that case, choose Lcc (Windows 32bit) or gcc (Linux, Mac).
documentation/index.htmlin your EasySpin installation directory and bookmark that page.