The BRAHMS Matlab Invocation Bindings (995) work, to a large extent, under Octave. Octave is a free alternative to Matlab, which you may prefer. Some of the GUI features are lacking, but there are mechanisms to do everything you can do under Matlab. Use the Matlab documentation, but note that the BRAHMS Manager is absent (use
Install BRAHMS in Octave
You need to add the folder below to your Octave path. You can use the
I use this snippet in my
path = getenv('SYSTEMML_INSTALL_PATH'); addpath([path '/BRAHMS/bindings/invocation/995']);
Open Octave and enter
BRAHMS Version ... Copyright (C) 2007-2011 Ben Mitchinson BRAHMS comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions. For details, type "brahms --license", and/or visit us at http://brahms.sourceforge.net Usage: brahms <exefile> [<option> ...] brahms <operation> [<option> ...] ...
SystemML Toolbox Version ... is installed
If that does not work...
brahms_utils SetExecutionParameter user WorkingDirectory ...
You can now run the full test suite,
>> brahms_test all ________________________________________________ brahms_test "source" 1 result fields validated OK ________________________________________________ ...
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