The Maxwell School
Peter J Wilcoxen
Modeling Tools, Data and Information
A powerful and well-designed matrix programming language written by Jurgen Doornik. It is an alternative to Gauss and Matlab and is free for academic use.
Ox home page
Ox is an excellent matrix programming language written by Jurgen Doornik of Oxford. The "console" version of Ox may downloaded for free for academic use.
Ox console download site
The academic "console" (non-GUI) version of Ox can be downloaded from this link. You'll need to provide your name and academic affiliation but apart from that, there are no strings attached: the download is free.
OxEdit home page
A convenient editor for Ox.
GnuDraw: A tool for using Gnuplot with Ox
How to draw gnuplot graphs within Ox.
Ox vs. Gauss
If you need a matrix programming language for data manipulation or estimation and are considering Gauss, think about using Ox instead.
Peter J Wilcoxen, The Maxwell School, Syracuse University