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There are multiple commands to extract CAE/Test data file in Compose OML. of which, readmultvectors, readcae commands extracts results of specific input arguments given by the user. I had multiple requests from users asking, as these 2 functions serve the same purpose then whats the difference between readmultvector & readcae? Which one do we use and when? As an engineer myself, I tried to break it down based on 2 key factors below: 1. Syntax differences (Ease of Use) 2. Speed/Performance Attached is the paper i wrote about the same with example. Hope this helps users to pick the right command for their tasks. Happy coding!! Thanks, Manoj kandukuri readmultvector_readcae_why_are_they_2.pdf
Hey commuinty last night I got the idea of creating a guitar tuner using activate Now I am curious if there is a way to get microphone access using the OML language. If not, i am sure there is a way by using Python language. Basically I just need to record an audio sequence and process it with my future activate model. Is there a way to interrupt the the process for recording? I will put that question in a new topic best regards Nils
For more information, see www.altair.com/mbd2019 and www.altair.com/mbd2019/compose. To download a free 1-year license of this software, go to https://basicportal.altair.com/downloads. Do you want to do technical calculations, scripting, data visualization or data processing (especially involving CAE or test data)? If yes, then whether you are involved in academia or industry or are just a hobbyist/maker looking for cool & useful software, this no-cost Personal Edition software could help you achieve your goals. The multi-language environment of Compose enables the combined use of scripts written with its open matrix language (OML) with scripts written in Tcl/Tk or Python. And OML is compatible and inter-operable with Octave and MATLAB®. Altair has also expanded its support of open standards by open-sourcing its open matrix language (OML). Interested users and contributors can download source code from the OpenMatrix website and actively participate in this burgeoning R&D community. Give Altair Compose™ and OML a try today!