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Trendy now gets data hourly, desktop gadgets & more 1

Posted by Bob Levy,

Trendy is a MATLAB Central application that scrapes a time series dataset from website(s) you specify. Trendy uses this data to maintain a plot for you, which it updates automatically with each new data point captured. You don’t even need a MATLAB license to use this powerful tool. For instance,... read more >>

R2010b Comment Wrapping Improvements, Continued 4

Posted by Jared MacDonald,

In our last post, we talked about how you no longer have to select anything to tidy up your comments, and about how comment wrapping no longer splits long strings like URLs. In today’s post we’ll finish up with a few more improvements. Wrap where you want If you are writing... read more >>

R2010b Comment Wrapping Improvements 8

Posted by Jared MacDonald,

In R2010b we made a series of improvements to the “comment wrapping” feature in the MATLAB Editor. In this two-part series, we’ll take a detailed dive into those improvements. In this first part, we’ll introduce comment wrapping and talk about how it’s now easier to use. In the second part,... read more >>

New and Updated Features in MATLAB R2010b 11

Posted by Michael Katz,

Even though our 6-month releases are well scheduled, it always feels like they sneak up on me. Well, MATLAB R2010b is available now. There are lots of great new features in there, including a few I’m quite proud of. You’ll find the full release notes here. Below, I’ve called out... read more >>

Launching MATLAB without the desktop 20

Posted by Michael Katz,

I hope you don’t find it weird that I’m advertising -nodesktop mode on the Desktop blog. Don’t worry, I won’t take it personally if you decide to use this startup option. -nodesktop behaves differently depending if you are on Windows vs Linux or Mac. On Windows we provide a boring... read more >>

R2009 in review 7

Posted by Michael Katz,

We’ve had a fantastic year with new and improved features in MATLAB R2009a and R2009b. Let’s take a walk down memory lane… On the MATLAB desktop 2009 was a big year for our power users. R2009b introduced customizeable keyboard shortcuts. Many actions from simple open, new, cut, and copy to more complex... read more >>

The history of keyboard shortcuts in MATLAB 16

Posted by admin,

I’d like to welcome guest blogger Christina Roberts from the MATLAB Editor team. Christina was the lead developer on the configurable keyboard shortcuts feature. My last post gave an overview of how to use the new keyboard shortcut preference panel. This post is going to delve into the history of keyboard... read more >>

Configurable keyboard shortcuts have arrived 25

Posted by admin,

I’d like to welcome guest blogger Christina Roberts from the MATLAB Editor team. Christina was the lead developer on the configurable keyboard shortcuts feature. R2009b has a new feature that I am particularly excited about: user-configurable keyboard shortcuts for the MATLAB desktop. This is a project that has been in the... read more >>

New and Updated Desktop Features in MATLAB R2009b 3

Posted by Michael Katz,

R2009b (version 7.9) is here! You’d think that I’d be used to the six month release cycle by now, but there is always something to do with mad rushes interspersed with calm lulls. We’re preparing blog posts about the new features in R2009b and doing retrospectives. At the same time... read more >>

R2009b is here! 14

Posted by admin,

R2009b is here, and with it come a host of great new features in the MATLAB Desktop. Mike will be giving a full overview of the new Desktop features on Monday, but I wanted to call out one particular feature that just can’t wait until then: fully customizable keyboard shortcuts I... read more >>

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