A powerful and well-designed matrix programming language written by Jurgen Doornik. It is an alternative to Gauss and Matlab and is free for academic use.
Ox home page
- Ox is an excellent matrix programming language written by Jurgen Doornik of Oxford. The "console" version of Ox may downloaded for free for academic use.
Ox console download site
- The academic "console" (non-GUI) version of Ox can be downloaded from this link. You'll need to provide your name and academic affiliation but apart from that, there are no strings attached: the download is free.
OxEdit home page
- A convenient editor for Ox.
GnuDraw: A tool for using Gnuplot with Ox
- How to draw gnuplot graphs within Ox.
Ox vs. Gauss
- If you need a matrix programming language for data manipulation or estimation and are considering Gauss, think about using Ox instead.
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Peter J Wilcoxen, The Maxwell School, Syracuse University