Which Matlab version are you using?

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Which Matlab version do you use?

R2017a or R2017b
4
20%
R2016a or R2016b
5
25%
R2015a or R2015b
3
15%
R2014a or R2014b
0
No votes
R2013a or R2013b
2
10%
R2012a or R2012b
2
10%
R2011a or R2011b
0
No votes
R2010a or R2010b
1
5%
R2009a or R2009b
3
15%
R2008b or older
0
No votes
 
Total votes : 20

Which Matlab version are you using?

Postby Stefan Stoll » Fri Sep 08, 2017 8:21 am

Hi EasySpin users,
We are trying to find out which Matlab versions you use, to make sure we continue to support all of them. Please let us know which version you are currently using.
Thank you
Stefan Stoll
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Re: Which Matlab version are you using?

Postby djrbrook » Thu Nov 09, 2017 8:50 pm

Thanks for checking - the most recent version of Easyspin will not compile on 2009b which means I'm stuck. The older version of easyspin expired so I cannot use it without paying for a new version of matlab!
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Re: Which Matlab version are you using?

Postby pegli » Tue Dec 19, 2017 8:41 am

It would be nice if Easyspin would support GNU Octave. For many circumstances, Octave is sufficient and saves the budget of institutions which don’t have a campus license for Matlab.

Peter
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