Using Docker for Octave (Matlab compatible)

The Docker is much faster than a virtual machine and allows you to run programs running on other operating systems with fewer resources. It is a great attraction to be able to operate many educational and scientific programs of Linux regardless of the OS they are using.

In the video below, we can see that the open source Octave, which can replace commercial MATLAB, operates at a remarkable speed. After searching the program you want to use with the keyword “Docker”, you can enjoy the docker by executing the command that can download the image to the Internet simply by following the instructions and then running the program. After running the octave, I ran “peak ()” command, which simply shows a 3D sample on the screen. You can see that the response  of the mouse to the 3D sample is very fast. I should also try other educational Linux programs. The video is Korean, but you can image what you can do.

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