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Julian A. de Marchi, Ph.D.
Hi everyone,

After some weeks of toil I managed to catch up with Paul's last matcompat
emailing, and placed all those compatibility functions and links up on the
MatLinks site.  Paul has since sent me an update which I'll be adding on
this week.

        http://matlinks.net/matcompat/matcompat.html

I think you'll enjoy browsing the list, as it gives a colourful indication
of where we are wrt The Mathworks (not that we're trying to ride their
coatsleeves, mind you).  I apologise in advance for the size: the web page
itself is a hefty 800kB.  This will improve this week, as I break it up into
separate hypertext files.

Your comments and updates are welcome.

Enjoy,
Julian


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John W. Eaton-6
On 31-Jul-2000, Julian A. de Marchi, Ph.D. <[hidden email]> wrote:

| Hi everyone,
|
| After some weeks of toil I managed to catch up with Paul's last matcompat
| emailing, and placed all those compatibility functions and links up on the
| MatLinks site.  Paul has since sent me an update which I'll be adding on
| this week.
|
| http://matlinks.net/matcompat/matcompat.html
|
| I think you'll enjoy browsing the list, as it gives a colourful indication
| of where we are wrt The Mathworks (not that we're trying to ride their
| coatsleeves, mind you).  I apologise in advance for the size: the web page
| itself is a hefty 800kB.  This will improve this week, as I break it up into
| separate hypertext files.
|
| Your comments and updates are welcome.

I think that's a very nice looking list, though I agree that it would
be better to have it broken up into smaller chunks so that it will not
take so long to load.

Thanks for working on this!

jwe