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Calling MATLAB from my java program

 
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Hi

In the past, I have understood and actioned calling weka (a data mining program) from my main java program
It involved putting a weka.jar file into a certain folder

I now am trying to do the same by replacing weka with MATLAB but am finding the instructions on mathworks site confusing to say the least

Has anybody any experience of involving MATLAB in a java program ?

Many thanks

Bob M
 
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