1) Select cells with pretty expressions within the Mathematica Notebook and click Cell > Convert to > InputForm
2) Cut and paste the resulting inputform code into a textfile, e.g. script.m.
3) Repeat 1)-2) as needed.
4) Terminate textfile with: Exit
5) Execute script from the command line prompt with:
~$ MathKernel -noprompt -run “<<script.m”
To install those software packages it is necessary to install first the library ‘libstdc++5’ manually. Since it is not available from Synaptic it is necessary to download it manually.
Additionally, for Matlab, after installing it we have to do
root# cd /usr/loocal/matlab
root# ./install_matlab -glnx
and say yes to all the questions. Then, do (still in /usr/loocal/matlab ):
root# cd bin
root# gedit matlab
and add the following line AFTER the FIRST ONE (#!/bin/sh):
and save the file and exit. Now, you should be able to load Matlab without problems and from anywhere.
Here is the basic source code for loading a FITS file in Mathematica
Import[ "/home/rau/Desktop/FIELD1.fits", "Elements"]
d = First@Import[ "/home/rau/Desktop/FIELD1.fits", "RawData"];
ArrayPlot[Log[N[d]], ColorFunction -> ColorData["BlackBodySpectrum"]]