Anoc is a free Octave Editor (Matlab clone) for your Android Device. It allows you to create and manage Octave projects directly on your Android device and generate the result and plots by using Verbosus (Online LaTeX and Octave Editor)
"Octave is [...] intended for numerical computations. It provides capabilities for the numerical solution of linear and nonlinear problems, and for performing other numerical experiments. It also provides extensive graphics capabilities for data visualization and manipulation"
This software is provided "as is" without warranties or conditions of any kind, either expressed or implied.
* Automatic Dropbox synchronization (Local Mode)
* Automatic Box synchronization (Local Mode)
* Use a dedicated server that runs a full Octave installation to perform expensive mathematical calculations
* 2 Modes: Local Mode (stores .m files on your device) and Cloud Mode (synchronizes your projects with the cloud)
* Generate and view the result and plots from your Octave code
* Syntax highlighting (comments, operators, plot functions)
* Hotkeys (see below)
* Web-Interface (Cloud Mode)
* Autosave (Local Mode)
* Encrypted transmission to the server by using HTTPS
* No ads
The free version of Anoc has a limitation of 4 projects and 2 documents in Local Mode and file upload (load command) is not supported. You can upgrade to the pro version of this app without this restriction using an in-app purchase.
Add existing .m files / import existing projects in Local Mode:
* Link to Dropbox or Box (Options -> Link to Dropbox / Link to Box) and let Anoc automatically synchronize your projects
* Put all your files in the Anoc folder on your SD card: /Android/data/verbosus.anoclite/files/Local/[project]/
Please note: There must exist at least one .m file. The name of the project is the [project] folder name.
Use function files:
Create a new file e.g. worker.m and fill it with
function s = worker(x)
% worker(x) Calculates sine(x) in degrees
s = sin(x*pi/180);
In your main .m file you can call it with
Load a file into a variable with the load command (Local Mode, Pro version):
data = load('name-of-file.txt');