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* Introduction::                A brief introduction to Octave.
* Getting Started::
* Data Types::
* Numeric Data Types::
* Strings::
* Data Containers::
* Variables::
* Expressions::
* Evaluation::
* Statements::                  Looping and program flow control.
* Functions and Scripts::
* Errors and Warnings::
* Debugging::
* Input and Output::
* Plotting::
* Matrix Manipulation::
* Arithmetic::
* Linear Algebra::
* Vectorization and Faster Code Execution::
* Nonlinear Equations::
* Diagonal and Permutation Matrices::
* Sparse Matrices::
* Numerical Integration::
* Differential Equations::
* Optimization::
* Statistics::
* Sets::
* Polynomial Manipulations::
* Interpolation::
* Geometry::
* Signal Processing::
* Image Processing::
* Audio Processing::
* Object Oriented Programming::
* GUI Development::
* System Utilities::
* Java Interface::
* Packages::
* External Code Interface::
* Test and Demo Functions::
* Tips and Standards::
* Contributing Guidelines::
* Obsolete Functions::
* Trouble::                     If you have trouble installing Octave.
* Installation::                How to configure, compile and install Octave.
* Emacs Octave Support::
* Grammar and Parser::
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* Concept Index::               An item for each concept.
* Function Index::              An item for each documented function.
* Operator Index::              An item for each documented operator.

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 --- The Detailed Node Listing ---

Preface

* Acknowledgements::
* Citing Octave in Publications::
* How You Can Contribute to Octave::
* Distribution::

Introduction

* Running Octave::
* Simple Examples::
* Conventions::

Conventions

* Fonts::
* Evaluation Notation::
* Printing Notation::
* Error Messages::
* Format of Descriptions::

Format of Descriptions

* A Sample Function Description::
* A Sample Command Description::

Getting Started

* Invoking Octave from the Command Line::
* Quitting Octave::
* Getting Help::
* Command Line Editing::
* Errors::
* Executable Octave Programs::
* Comments::

Invoking Octave from the Command Line

* Command Line Options::
* Startup Files::

Command Line Editing

* Cursor Motion::
* Killing and Yanking::
* Commands For Text::
* Commands For Completion::
* Commands For History::
* Customizing readline::
* Customizing the Prompt::
* Diary and Echo Commands::

Comments

* Single Line Comments::
* Block Comments::
* Comments and the Help System::

Data Types

* Built-in Data Types::
* User-defined Data Types::
* Object Sizes::

Built-in Data Types

* Numeric Objects::
* Missing Data::
* String Objects::
* Data Structure Objects::
* Cell Array Objects::

Numeric Data Types

* Matrices::
* Ranges::
* Single Precision Data Types::
* Integer Data Types::
* Bit Manipulations::
* Logical Values::
* Promotion and Demotion of Data Types::
* Predicates for Numeric Objects::

Matrices

* Empty Matrices::

Integer Data Types

* Integer Arithmetic::

Strings

* Escape Sequences in String Constants::
* Character Arrays::
* Creating Strings::
* Comparing Strings::
* Manipulating Strings::
* String Conversions::
* Character Class Functions::

Creating Strings

* Concatenating Strings::
* Converting Numerical Data to Strings::

Data Containers

* Structures::
* Cell Arrays::
* Comma Separated Lists::

Structures

* Basic Usage and Examples::
* Structure Arrays::
* Creating Structures::
* Manipulating Structures::
* Processing Data in Structures::

Cell Arrays

* Basic Usage of Cell Arrays::
* Creating Cell Arrays::
* Indexing Cell Arrays::
* Cell Arrays of Strings::
* Processing Data in Cell Arrays::

Comma Separated Lists

* Comma Separated Lists Generated from Cell Arrays::
* Comma Separated Lists Generated from Structure Arrays::

Variables

* Global Variables::
* Persistent Variables::
* Status of Variables::

Expressions

* Index Expressions::
* Calling Functions::
* Arithmetic Ops::
* Comparison Ops::
* Boolean Expressions::
* Assignment Ops::
* Increment Ops::
* Operator Precedence::

Index Expressions

* Advanced Indexing::

Calling Functions

* Call by Value::
* Recursion::

Boolean Expressions

* Element-by-element Boolean Operators::
* Short-circuit Boolean Operators::

Evaluation

* Calling a Function by its Name::
* Evaluation in a Different Context::

Statements

* The if Statement::
* The switch Statement::
* The while Statement::
* The do-until Statement::
* The for Statement::
* The break Statement::
* The continue Statement::
* The unwind_protect Statement::
* The try Statement::
* Continuation Lines::

The switch Statement

* Notes for the C Programmer::

The for Statement

* Looping Over Structure Elements::

Functions and Scripts

* Introduction to Function and Script Files::
* Defining Functions::
* Multiple Return Values::
* Variable-length Argument Lists::
* Ignoring Arguments::
* Variable-length Return Lists::
* Returning from a Function::
* Default Arguments::
* Function Files::
* Script Files::
* Function Handles Anonymous Functions Inline Functions::
* Commands::
* Organization of Functions::

Function Files

* Manipulating the Load Path::
* Subfunctions::
* Private Functions::
* Nested Functions::
* Overloading and Autoloading::
* Function Locking::
* Function Precedence::

Function Handles Anonymous Functions Inline Functions

* Function Handles::
* Anonymous Functions::
* Inline Functions::

Errors and Warnings

* Handling Errors::
* Handling Warnings::

Handling Errors

* Raising Errors::
* Catching Errors::
* Recovering From Errors::

Handling Warnings

* Issuing Warnings::
* Enabling and Disabling Warnings::

Debugging

* Entering Debug Mode::
* Leaving Debug Mode::
* Breakpoints::
* Debug Mode::
* Call Stack::
* Profiling::
* Profiler Example::

Input and Output

* Basic Input and Output::
* C-Style I/O Functions::

Basic Input and Output

* Terminal Output::
* Terminal Input::
* Simple File I/O::

Terminal Output

* Paging Screen Output::

Simple File I/O

* Saving Data on Unexpected Exits::

C-Style I/O Functions

* Opening and Closing Files::
* Simple Output::
* Line-Oriented Input::
* Formatted Output::
* Output Conversion for Matrices::
* Output Conversion Syntax::
* Table of Output Conversions::
* Integer Conversions::
* Floating-Point Conversions::
* Other Output Conversions::
* Formatted Input::
* Input Conversion Syntax::
* Table of Input Conversions::
* Numeric Input Conversions::
* String Input Conversions::
* Binary I/O::
* Temporary Files::
* EOF and Errors::
* File Positioning::

Plotting

* Introduction to Plotting::
* High-Level Plotting::
* Graphics Data Structures::
* Advanced Plotting::

High-Level Plotting

* Two-Dimensional Plots::
* Three-Dimensional Plots::
* Plot Annotations::
* Multiple Plots on One Page::
* Multiple Plot Windows::
* Manipulation of Plot Objects::
* Manipulation of Plot Windows::
* Use of the @code{interpreter} Property::
* Printing and Saving Plots::
* Interacting with Plots::
* Test Plotting Functions::

Two-Dimensional Plots

* Axis Configuration::
* Two-dimensional Function Plotting::
* Two-dimensional Geometric Shapes::

Three-Dimensional Plots

* Aspect Ratio::
* Three-dimensional Function Plotting::
* Three-dimensional Geometric Shapes::

Graphics Data Structures

* Introduction to Graphics Structures::
* Graphics Objects::
* Graphics Object Properties::
* Searching Properties::
* Managing Default Properties::

Graphics Object Properties

* Root Figure Properties::
* Figure Properties::
* Axes Properties::
* Line Properties::
* Text Properties::
* Image Properties::
* Patch Properties::
* Surface Properties::

Advanced Plotting

* Colors::
* Line Styles::
* Marker Styles::
* Callbacks::
* Application-defined Data::
* Object Groups::
* Graphics Toolkits::

Object Groups

* Data Sources in Object Groups::
* Area Series::
* Bar Series::
* Contour Groups::
* Error Bar Series::
* Line Series::
* Quiver Group::
* Scatter Group::
* Stair Group::
* Stem Series::
* Surface Group::

Graphics Toolkits

* Customizing Toolkit Behavior::

Matrix Manipulation

* Finding Elements and Checking Conditions::
* Rearranging Matrices::
* Special Utility Matrices::
* Famous Matrices::

Arithmetic

* Exponents and Logarithms::
* Complex Arithmetic::
* Trigonometry::
* Sums and Products::
* Utility Functions::
* Special Functions::
* Rational Approximations::
* Coordinate Transformations::
* Mathematical Constants::

Linear Algebra

* Techniques Used for Linear Algebra::
* Basic Matrix Functions::
* Matrix Factorizations::
* Functions of a Matrix::
* Specialized Solvers::

Vectorization and Faster Code Execution

* Basic Vectorization::        Basic techniques for code optimization
* Broadcasting::               Broadcasting operations
* Function Application::       Applying functions to arrays, cells, and structs
* Accumulation::               Accumulation functions
* JIT Compiler::               Just-In-Time Compiler for loops
* Miscellaneous Techniques::   Other techniques for speeding up code
* Examples::

Nonlinear Equations

* Solvers::
* Minimizers::

Diagonal and Permutation Matrices

* Basic Usage::          Creation and Manipulation of Diagonal/Permutation Matrices
* Matrix Algebra::       Linear Algebra with Diagonal/Permutation Matrices
* Function Support::     Functions That Are Aware of These Matrices
* Example Code::         Examples of Usage
* Zeros Treatment::      Differences in Treatment of Zero Elements

Basic Usage

* Creating Diagonal Matrices::
* Creating Permutation Matrices::
* Explicit and Implicit Conversions::

Matrix Algebra

* Expressions Involving Diagonal Matrices::
* Expressions Involving Permutation Matrices::

Function Support

* Diagonal Matrix Functions::
* Permutation Matrix Functions::

Sparse Matrices

* Basics::                      Creation and Manipulation of Sparse Matrices
* Sparse Linear Algebra::       Linear Algebra on Sparse Matrices
* Iterative Techniques::        Iterative Techniques
* Real Life Example::           Using Sparse Matrices

Basics

* Storage of Sparse Matrices::
* Creating Sparse Matrices::
* Information::
* Operators and Functions::

Operators and Functions

* Sparse Functions::
* Return Types of Operators and Functions::
* Mathematical Considerations::

Numerical Integration

* Functions of One Variable::
* Orthogonal Collocation::
* Functions of Multiple Variables::

Differential Equations

* Ordinary Differential Equations::
* Differential-Algebraic Equations::

Optimization

* Linear Programming::
* Quadratic Programming::
* Nonlinear Programming::
* Linear Least Squares::

Statistics

* Descriptive Statistics::
* Basic Statistical Functions::
* Statistical Plots::
* Correlation and Regression Analysis::
* Distributions::
* Tests::
* Random Number Generation::

Sets

* Set Operations::

Polynomial Manipulations

* Evaluating Polynomials::
* Finding Roots::
* Products of Polynomials::
* Derivatives / Integrals / Transforms::
* Polynomial Interpolation::
* Miscellaneous Functions::

Interpolation

* One-dimensional Interpolation::
* Multi-dimensional Interpolation::

Geometry

* Delaunay Triangulation::
* Voronoi Diagrams::
* Convex Hull::
* Interpolation on Scattered Data::

Delaunay Triangulation

* Plotting the Triangulation::
* Identifying Points in Triangulation::

Image Processing

* Loading and Saving Images::
* Displaying Images::
* Representing Images::
* Plotting on top of Images::
* Color Conversion::

Audio Processing

* Audio File Utilities::
* Audio Device Information::
* Audio Player::
* Audio Recorder::
* Audio Data Processing::

Audio Player

* Playback::
* Player Properties::

Audio Recorder

* Recording::
* Data Retrieval::
* Recorder Properties::

Object Oriented Programming

* Creating a Class::
* Manipulating Classes::
* Indexing Objects::
* Overloading Objects::
* Inheritance and Aggregation::

Indexing Objects

* Defining Indexing And Indexed Assignment::
* Indexed Assignment Optimization::

Overloading Objects

* Function Overloading::
* Operator Overloading::
* Precedence of Objects::

GUI Development

* I/O Dialogs::
* Progress Bar::
* UI Elements::
* GUI Utility Functions::
* User-Defined Preferences::

System Utilities

* Timing Utilities::
* Filesystem Utilities::
* File Archiving Utilities::
* Networking Utilities::
* Controlling Subprocesses::
* Process ID Information::
* Environment Variables::
* Current Working Directory::
* Password Database Functions::
* Group Database Functions::
* System Information::
* Hashing Functions::

Networking Utilities

* FTP Objects::
* URL Manipulation::
* Base64 and Binary Data Transmission::

Java Interface

* Java Interface Functions::
* Dialog Box Functions::
* FAQ - Frequently asked Questions::

FAQ - Frequently asked Questions

* How to distinguish between Octave and Matlab?::
* How to make Java classes available?::
* How to create an instance of a Java class?::
* How can I handle memory limitations?::
* Which @TeX{} symbols are implemented in dialog functions?::

Packages

* Installing and Removing Packages::
* Using Packages::
* Administrating Packages::
* Creating Packages::

Creating Packages

* The DESCRIPTION File::
* The INDEX File::
* PKG_ADD and PKG_DEL Directives::
* Missing Components::

External Code Interface

* Oct-Files::
* Mex-Files::
* Standalone Programs::

Oct-Files

* Getting Started with Oct-Files::
* Matrices and Arrays in Oct-Files::
* Character Strings in Oct-Files::
* Cell Arrays in Oct-Files::
* Structures in Oct-Files::
* Sparse Matrices in Oct-Files::
* Accessing Global Variables in Oct-Files::
* Calling Octave Functions from Oct-Files::
* Calling External Code from Oct-Files::
* Allocating Local Memory in Oct-Files::
* Input Parameter Checking in Oct-Files::
* Exception and Error Handling in Oct-Files::
* Documentation and Test of Oct-Files::

Sparse Matrices in Oct-Files

* Array and Sparse Class Differences::
* Creating Sparse Matrices in Oct-Files::
* Using Sparse Matrices in Oct-Files::

Mex-Files

* Getting Started with Mex-Files::
* Working with Matrices and Arrays in Mex-Files::
* Character Strings in Mex-Files::
* Cell Arrays with Mex-Files::
* Structures with Mex-Files::
* Sparse Matrices with Mex-Files::
* Calling Other Functions in Mex-Files::

Test and Demo Functions

* Test Functions::
* Demonstration Functions::

Tips and Standards

* Style Tips::                  Writing clean and robust programs.
* Comment Tips::                Conventions for writing comments.
* Function Headers::            Standard headers for functions.
* Documentation Tips::          Writing readable documentation strings.

Contributing Guidelines

* How to Contribute::
* Building the Development Sources::
* Basics of Generating a Changeset::
* General Guidelines::
* Octave Sources (m-files)::
* C++ Sources::
* Other Sources::

Trouble

* Actual Bugs::                 Bugs we will fix later.
* Reporting Bugs::
* Service::

Reporting Bugs

* Bug Criteria::
* Bug Tracker::        Where to submit your bug report.
* Bug Reporting::      How to report a bug effectively.
* Sending Patches::    How to send a patch for Octave.

Installation

* Build Dependencies::
* Running Configure and Make::
* Compiling Octave with 64-bit Indexing::
* Installation Problems::

Build Dependencies

* Obtaining the Dependencies Automatically::
* Build Tools::
* External Packages::

Emacs Octave Support

* Installing EOS::
* Using Octave Mode::
* Running Octave from Within Emacs::
* Using the Emacs Info Reader for Octave::

Grammar and Parser

* Keywords::
* Parser::
@end detailmenu
@end menu

@c ------------------------------------------------------------------------

@include preface.texi
@include intro.texi
@include basics.texi
@include data.texi
@include numbers.texi
@include strings.texi
@include container.texi
@include var.texi
@include expr.texi
@include eval.texi
@include stmt.texi
@include func.texi
@include errors.texi
@include debug.texi
@include io.texi
@include plot.texi
@include matrix.texi
@include arith.texi
@include linalg.texi
@include vectorize.texi
@include nonlin.texi
@include diagperm.texi
@include sparse.texi
@include quad.texi
@include diffeq.texi
@include optim.texi
@include stats.texi
@include set.texi
@include poly.texi
@include interp.texi
@include geometry.texi
@include signal.texi
@include image.texi
@include audio.texi
@include oop.texi
@include gui.texi
@include system.texi
@include java.texi
@include package.texi

@c maybe add again later, if anyone every writes any really interesting
@c fun stuff for Octave.
@c
@c @include amuse.texi

@c ------------------------------------------------------------------------
@c Appendices start here.

@include external.texi
@include testfun.texi
@include tips.texi
@include contrib.texi
@include obsolete.texi
@include bugs.texi
@include install.texi
@include emacs.texi
@include grammar.texi
@include gpl.texi

@c ------------------------------------------------------------------------
@c Indices start here.

@include cp-idx.texi
@c @include vr-idx.texi
@include fn-idx.texi
@include op-idx.texi

@bye