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Octave as substitute for Mathscript?

I understand that Mathscript is deprecated and the preferred way of running .m files is now to pick up a Matlab license and run the file via a mathscript node.  Wondering if anyone has tried to use gnu Octave as a substitute in this role?


Eg, imagine an undergrad wants to run a .m file from Labview (and has no funds for a Matlab and Labview licenses).  Could they call Octave from Labview and run the .m file that way?


Here's a concrete example: coffee-can radar comes with a matlab analysis script that runs in Matlab or Octave.  Student wants to build a Labview GUI around the script...

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there is an labview interface to octave:


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