Jupyter Scilab Kernel

Interact with Scilab in the Notebook. All commands are interpreted by Scilab. Since this is a MetaKernel, a standard set of magics are available. Help on commands is available using the %help magic or using ? with a command.

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t = linspace(0,6*%pi,100);
plot(sin(t))
plot(cos(t), 'r')
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b = 10*cos(t)+30; plot(b);
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a = [1,2,3]
a  =
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b = a + 3;
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disp(b)
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%lsmagic
Available line magics:
%activity  %cd  %connect_info  %conversation  %dot  %download  %edit  %get  %help  %html  %include  %install  %install_magic  %javascript  %jigsaw  %kernel  %kx  %latex  %load  %ls  %lsmagic  %macro  %magic  %matplotlib  %parallel  %plot  %pmap  %px  %python  %reload_magics  %restart  %run  %scheme  %set  %shell

Available cell magics:
%%activity  %%brain  %%conversation  %%debug  %%dot  %%file  %%help  %%html  %%javascript  %%kx  %%latex  %%macro  %%pipe  %%processing  %%px  %%python  %%scheme  %%shell  %%show  %%time  %%tutor
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