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Rob Spiegel
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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.

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.


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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

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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



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