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Old 08-26-2012, 08:57 AM
patrickjtierney patrickjtierney is offline
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Default Re: MATLAB, but no quadprog

I'd suggest the third one. Download and use Octave. The installation is fairly painless, and I believe qp() is in the standard distribution. The only differences will be that some functions behave slightly differently, but the basic code is identical. You should be up and running quickly.

For help, you can either use "help fcn-name" within Octave or refer to www.gnu.org/software/octave/doc/interpreter/ which is fairly easy to navigate.

If you do install Octave, do check out my posts in the Quadratic Programming thread here about how to get qp() to work for this problem.
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