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A GUI toolbox for designing SISO systems
(3957 downloads for this version - 16981 downloads for all versions)
A more recent valid version exists: 1.7.2
Holger Nahrstaedt
Owner Organization
TU Berlin / FG Regelungssysteme
Holger Nahrstaedt
Creation Date
October 3, 2010
Source created on
Scilab 5.2.x
Binaries available on
Scilab 5.2.x:
Windows 64-bit Windows 32-bit Linux 64-bit Linux 32-bit macOS
Install command
--> atomsInstall("rltool")
            The orignal toolbox was ported to scilab 5

The intention behind developing this package is to provide a free and easy to
use tool for students taking a first course in control engineering. Learning is
more fun if computer based teaching is used to supplement classroom lectures.
is intended to make Rltool for Scilab as simple and user friendly as possible
and yet have some powerful and innovative features.
Files (2)
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Source code archive

[752.06 kB]
OS-independent binary for Scilab 5.2.x
Binary version
Automatically generated by the ATOMS compilation chain

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Comment from Abhishek Pawar -- September 5, 2011, 08:31:16 AM    

I followed README file and tried to install RLtool, but it gives me following error when I
exec builder.sce

!--error 10000 
has not been generated.
at line     736 of function xmltoformat called by :  
at line      13 of function xmltojar called by :  
at line      48 of function tbx_build_help called by :  

It does not create loader.sce in that folder. Can you please give some guidelines on how
to use RTtool in scilab

I am using scilab version 5.3.1 on linux operating system 10.10

Comment from Holger Nahrstaedt -- November 25, 2011, 01:16:01 PM    
I found an error in one help file and i fixed it. Now everything should work!
Comment from Swagat Kumar -- March 31, 2012, 01:53:15 PM    
Did you try this on Ubuntu 11.10 with scilab-5.3.3. I installed it using ATOM. The gui 
starts with rlt() command and asks for entering the polynomials. But after this, the screen


I will be grateful if you can look into it. 

Thanks, Swagat
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