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Cabe Atwell
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Re: To Whom are you Kidding?
Cabe Atwell   11/14/2013 11:50:21 PM
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MathWorks is offering the same tools that are bundled in the Student Version for home-use, at the same price: $99. You can find the application/survey here. Of course as always, students can access the Student Version on our web store.

But now I am sounding like PR... 

 

I plan on using Simulink on my next project. Here is my most recent:

http://www.element14.com/community/community/raspberry-pi/raspberrypi_projects/blog/2013/11/09/raspberry-pi-remote-fish-tank-controls

Kelleyrn
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To Whom are you Kidding?
Kelleyrn   11/6/2013 2:13:02 PM
Simulink is a very expensive professional product. Mathworks won't even give you a quote for an individual license. You need to be a student, academic, or professional - no hobbyists. 

-- Ron

tekochip
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Next Logical Step
tekochip   11/6/2013 9:26:12 AM
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I'm a big believer in Graphic Programming and I think that it's the next logical step for high-level programming.  I use it whenever I can because it documents your work and helps you to easily write, and manipulate complex logic concepts.  I'm really surprised that Graphic Programming is taking so long to gain traction.


Rob Spiegel
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Test drives
Rob Spiegel   11/5/2013 8:38:13 AM
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So, Cabe, even on this level, you can now run a simulation before putting the hardware through its paces. What a nice trend.



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