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File Exchange Now Hosts GitHub! 3

Posted by Ned Gulley,

Let’s say you’ve created an awesome MATLAB file, and you want the world to know about it. So you go to the File Exchange page and click on the big blue button that says “Submit a File”. In the past, you’d see a page that asks you to submit a... read more >>

Flappy Bird meets the File Exchange

Posted by Ned Gulley,

Are you sad because you can’t play Flappy Bird on your iPhone? We’ve got you covered! File Exchange author Mingjing Zhang has created a MATLAB-based version of the game. Take a look at his other contributions. It’s quite a collection of whimsical MATLAB if you’re in need of a little... read more >>

Ask a Question in Answers with Auto-suggest 6

Posted by Ned Gulley,

This week’s post comes from Kent Millard, the UX Specialist for the MATLAB Answers team. Quick Answers with Auto-Suggest by Kent Millard Let’s say you’re wondering how to plot some data contained in a 3D matrix. You’ve searched high and low to find an answer, but without satisfying results. Finally, you come across... read more >>

The Cody Interview: Alfonso Nieto Castañón

Posted by Ned Gulley,

If you play Cody, you probably already know the name Alfonso Nieto Castañón. He is the number one player by rank, and his answers tend to sprout comments like “Amazing!” and “How did you think of that?!” Alfonso is the guy you want to have in your community. Brilliant, generous, and... read more >>

Crepuscular Isochrons: Sunrise Here and There

Posted by Ned Gulley,

Greetings from Natick, Massachusetts, where the outdoor temperature is currently a balmy 15 degrees Fahrenheit and the sun sets at 4:26 in the afternoon. The days are getting colder but at least they are getting longer now. Tomorrow the sun will set a minute later. Tomorrow’s sunrise, on the other... read more >>

MATLAB EXPO UK 2013 – Something for Everyone 5

Posted by Ned Gulley,

Guest post from Dr. Tanya Morton. Last month, MathWorks held MATLAB EXPO UK at the Silverstone Circuit, the home of British motor racing. It was a great opportunity for the MATLAB and Simulink community to come together and the event provided something for everyone across multiple industries, applications and level of... read more >>

MathWorks Support Solutions in MATLAB Answers

Posted by John Kelly,

MathWorks-authored technical support solutions are now part of Answers in MATLAB Central.  In the past MATLAB users had to go to two different places to find questions and answers.  MathWorks-authored technical support solutions were located in the support area on the MathWorks website, while community questions and answers were located in... read more >>

A Dead Heat!

Posted by Ned Gulley,

If you’ve been following Cody for any time at all, you know that we have some superstar competitors who have stayed in the top ranks since the very beginning. Some time ago I started tracking the top 10 players using Trendy. Here’s what that chart looks like. For the longest time,... read more >>

Two Hundred Creators and Counting

Posted by Ned Gulley,

About six weeks ago John Kelly wrote a post about some remarkable achievements in Cody. In that post he offered a prize to whomever would win the 200th creator badge. I am happy to report that the prize has been claimed by Kevin Hellemans. You may remember that last Friday was... read more >>

Formula Student Germany – A Design Competition

Posted by Ned Gulley,

This week we bring back guest blogger Joachim Schlosser, who leads a team of Education Technical Specialists from his office in Germany. That gave him a special vantage point for a thrilling student competition. Formula Student Germany by Joachim Schlosser The air is shimmering at 37°C. From a cloudless sky, the sun beats... read more >>

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