The currently selected file can't be edited online. You can still use the toolbar above to rename, download, and delete the file. Reasons might include:
The files you make on Octave Online will be saved for the next time you visit.
In the editor, you can use most of these keyboard shortcuts. You can also use these special keyboard shortcuts:
Octave Online is a web UI for GNU Octave, the open-source alternative to MATLAB. Thousands of students, educators, and researchers from around the world use Octave Online each day for studying machine learning, control systems, numerical methods, and more.
Octave Online is currently undergoing planned maintenance; service may be intermittent.
Tip: For the latest updates on Octave Online server status, check our Twitter feed @OctaveOnline.
You will be emailed an 11-digit code that you will need to enter on the next screen.
Notice: If you have a yahoo.com, outlook.com, msn.com, or hotmail.com email address, your mail server might block the email token. If you are having trouble, try using a different email.
New user? Forgot your password? Use the "email token" sign-in option instead. Once you are signed in, use the "Change Password" option in the menu to set a new password.
Enter your new password below. To remove your password and disable password-based logins, leave the password field blank and click "Save Password".
Caution: You are using an unsecured connection (http). People might be able to see what you submit. Switch to a secured connection (https)
A "bucket" is how to publicly share snapshots of Octave Online script or data files.
Select files and click the right arrow button.
The "main" script is automatically run when someone views the bucket.
After clicking below, your browser will refresh into your new bucket. You can share the URL of the page to which you are redirected.