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Improvement sugested

Hi,

First, Good job for Scilab/Xcos/Modelica...

I would like to sugest several improvements:
 - A system of Scilab auto-update (5.4.0 to 5.4.1 to ... but not 5.5.0)
   Why? for the user experience more easy and better
 - I do not understand why several good module are not directly include in Scilab.
   Like CelestLab or Coselica
   Why? When someone try for the first time Scilab (to see if he can replace Matlab by it) he can forget ATOMS. Please...
 - A last improvement is for CSCOPE ans CMSCOPE, can you add cursors?

Note: Sorry for my bad english (I am French)

Thx

Best regards
JoS
Clément David-2 Clément David-2
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Re: Improvement sugested

Hello,

Just on the point :
> - A last improvement is for CSCOPE ans CMSCOPE, can you add cursors?

What do you mean by "cursor" ? We have a toolset called "datatips" [1]
which may be quiet similar. Did you try it ? It is available as a Scilab
figure feature.

[1]: http://help.scilab.org/docs/5.4.1/en_US/datatips.html

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Clément

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Re: Improvement sugested

I think to a cursor placed with mouse.

I work on electronics system and usual simulator (Psim, Pspice...) has some facilities:
 - 2 cursors (placed with mouse or directional butons)
 - differential or delta in x and y between the two cursors
 - possibility of the cursor goes to the max min... with simples butons on the interface

Alain LAMY Alain LAMY
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Re: Improvement sugested

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Hi,

As an answer to point 2:

In some sense, ATOMS modules can be considered as being part of Scilab as they can be easily installed, used as any built-in component, with their help pages available alongside Scilab's own help pages...

And if these modules exist, it may also be because they are not totally integrated in Scilab, which gives for instance more flexibility when deciding about new features, changes...

Maybe what you want is to make ATOMS modules (whether installed or not) more visible. You may propose something to the Scilab development team if you have ideas.

Anyway, thanks for supporting CelestLab!  

Alain








Samuel GOUGEON Samuel GOUGEON
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Re: Improvement sugested

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Hello,

Le 18/06/2013 21:45, Jojolebestof a écrit :
Hi,

First, Good job for Scilab/Xcos/Modelica...

I would like to sugest several improvements:
 - A system of Scilab auto-update (5.4.0 to 5.4.1 to ... but not 5.5.0)
   Why? for the user experience more easy and better
 - I do not understand why several good module are not directly include in
Scilab.
   Like CelestLab or Coselica
   Why? When someone try for the first time Scilab (to see if he can replace
Matlab by it) he can forget ATOMS. Please...

Are you saying that equivalent modules of CelestLab or Coselica are included in Matlab as core modules?
I do not think so. You might rather tell to your Scilab administrator the same things that to your Matlab one:
choose the modules relevant to you -- Matlab and Scilab ones --, and get them installed.
The difference is that with Matlab all modules that you have payed for are installed,
while with Scilab most of modules that you do not have to pay for because they are free are installable ;)

Regards
S. Gougeon


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display small data

Hi,

using scilab 5.2.2 I have :
->e1=1e-20;e2=1e-21
e2  =

     1.000D-21
-->[e1 e2]
  ans  =

  10^(-20) *

     1.    0.1

and using scilab 6
_>e1=1e-20;e2=1e-21
e2  =

     1.000D-21
->[e1 e2]
  ans  =

     0.    0.

Is it good?
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