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SilverLab - a MatLab-like tool runs in the browser

SilverLab - a MatLab-like tool runs in the browser

SilverLab - a MatLab-like tool runs in the browser

Hi guys,

I just want to announce that a beta of SilverLab has been released.

SilverLab is a free MatLab-like tool that runs in the browser only. So there is no need for installation or updates. The latest version always available in the browser.

Check it out at:



RE: SilverLab - a MatLab-like tool runs in the browser

So... silverlab is a site I can go to in order to run a limited subset of Matlab commands.  

Not much use if I have Matlab or comparable program on my computer.  Is that all it does?  Can I use it to build web apps?

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RE: SilverLab - a MatLab-like tool runs in the browser

Handy way of building up a code library!


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