WAFO Version 2.5, 07-Feb-2011
The WAFO 2.5 release, including new executable files for Windows on 32- and 64-bit platforms, can be downloaded from WAFO at Google.
WAFO Version 2.1.1, 06-Oct-2005
On this page you can always download the latest version of WAFO, currently Version 2.1.1, 06-Oct-2005. It is also possible to download older versions of WAFO.
Downloading m-files and other ascii files
All ascii files are downloadable as a compressed file. Information on how to unpack the compressed files, specify correct directories, paths etc. is given in wafo-2.1.1_install.txt.
|WAFO, compressed file:||wafo-2.1.1.zip (Compr. 22.2 MB)|
Downloading executable files
The executable files are separated from the other files. Compiled versions exist for the computer types pcwin, sol2 and alpha (type lower(computer) at the Matlab prompt to find out your computer type). For these versions, just download the compressed files below. The directory with the .exe-files should be placed as a subdirectory to exec/ in WAFO.
|pcwin||wafo-2.1.0-2.1.1_pcwin.zip (Compr. 3.2 MB)|
|sol2||wafo-2.1.0-2.1.1_sol2.tar.gz (Compr. 1.0 MB)|
|alpha||wafo-2.1.0-2.1.1_alpha.tar.gz (Compr. 1.2 MB)|
|linux Ubuntu 7.04||wafo-2.1.1_ubuntu7.04.tar.gz(Compr. 3.5MB)|
The compiled mexfiles for matlab 2007a and PC-platform can be downloaded here.
Unzip it to a suitable folder and move the following mexfiles:
csort to directory WAFO/misc
findcross, findrfc to WAFO/onedim
and the remaining mexfiles to the WAFO/trgauss/private.
Compiling the executable files
In case of another computer type, you need to compile, after downloading, the source code (Fortran 90). These files are found in the WAFO directory called source in the wafo-2.1.1.zip-file. How to compile the executables are described in compilationwafo2.1.1.txt. For your convenience you could use this makefile. For details on compilation, please contact Igor Rychlik.
If you have succeeded in downloading WAFO and have set out paths to the correct directories as described in wafo-2.1.1_install.txt, you may start Matlab. Type at the Matlab prompt initwafo (or initwafo('full')). Then type wafomenu, and you will get a first introduction to WAFO. The command help wafo gives an overview of all modules in WAFO; help fatigue gives particular information about fatigue-related modules and routines; and help wstats gives information about the statistics module of WAFO.
On the WAFO documentation page you can download the WAFO tutorial and find an overview of modules in WAFO.
A course for industry was held in Lund 18-19 January 2000. The command itmkurs initiates the routines related to the course.