O-Matrix is a high-level language
and integrated environment
for analyzing data, modeling, creating simulations, visualizing and plotting results,
and building turnkey scientific and engineering
The O-Matrix matrix language includes a broad range of mathematical, statistical,
engineering, plotting, and user-interface building
functions for solving a broad range of engineering, scientific, and technical computing problems.
The foundation of O-Matrix is a
high-performance matrix language.
O-Matrix enables you to implement and solve technical analysis and
simulation problems faster than with traditional programming languages
such as C++ and FORTRAN, and provides performance that far exceeds other
integrated math and engineering software tools.
"A Useful tool for anyone who needs to perform data analysis"
- IEEE Computer
The O-Matrix environment is interpreted so your commands are
executed as you enter them. Textual output is displayed in the Command
window, and plots and graphs are displayed in one or more Graphic windows.
The integrated development environment provides tools for running single-line
commands, code editing, debugging, and profiling and analyzing complex algorithms.
The O-Matrix language enables you to develop algorithms and run solutions
faster than traditional or compiled languages. Many typical low-level programming
tasks such as managing memory, declaring variables, and specifying types is handled
by the O-Matrix language. The syntax of O-Matrix programs
is more similar to mathematics than typical programming languages so algorithms are
easier to express and typical lanugage constructs such as 'for loops' and complicated
branching constructs are largely avoided.
"Congratulations on such a fine product at such a reasonable price"
- Charles Sadler, M.E.E., M.D.
O-Matrix excels in a wide range of applications, including image and signal
processing, time series analysis, financial modeling, and computational earth sciences.
Customer datasets routinely involve gigabyte data files, and users report that their processing
times are a fraction of the time required with other data analysis tools.
O-Matrix is used in diverse industries, especially those that
require the highest levels of execution performance available. The
organizations using O-Matrix most frequently include:
Earth and ocean sciences, aerospace and defense, financial services,
utilities, and energy.
- Windows XP or Vista
- Pentium 4 or greater processor
- 150MB free disk space
- 256MB or more memory