# MATLAB Spoken Here

## MATLAB User Survey (and maybe a free polo shirt)

Are you pining to provide feedback about MATLAB but haven’t had a good way to do so? Now’s your chance! You can make your voice heard and help drive future product development here at The MathWorks by filling out this MATLAB User Survey.

Fill out the survey by December 31, 2008 and you’ll be entered in a drawing for a free MATLAB polo-shirt (five will be given away).

### 4 Responses to “MATLAB User Survey (and maybe a free polo shirt)”

1. Aurélien Queffurust replied on :

It is a a good idea , and will probably help the usability team. Do you plan to publish the results of the survey? I will be interested in knowing how many people use the Start button to access tools, demos…
Aurélien

2. kena replied on :

A public report is an interesting idea. It would be fun for everyone to be able to see how similar or different they are from the “norm” (to the extent that there is an “average” user of MATLAB). While we have no plans for a public report at this time, we will give it due consideration as we analyze the results.
KEN ATWELL

3. muhammad tarik replied on :

MATLAB is adynamic software. i have used it in engg university in network analysis lab. MATLAB saves the time limitations as we encounter in large calculations

4. muhammad tarik replied on :

MATLAB saves the time limitations of soliving large mathematical calculations……… THANKS MATLAB TEAM

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