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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 >>

MATLAB Startup Accelerator 2

Posted by Michael Katz,

Another new feature of MATLAB R2011b is the Startup Accelerator, which improves MATLAB startup time on Windows by caching important files that MATLAB needs to properly launch. This is done through a scheduled task that runs periodically to update the cache. In a normal installation of MATLAB, there is nothing... read more >>

Migrating to 64-bit Windows 3

Posted by Ken Atwell,

Ken Atwell, product manager for MATLAB platforms, returns this week to discuss a new resource available for users migrating to 64-bit Windows. 64-bit versions of Windows have been available since 2005, but it has really only been in the last two years that we at MathWorks have seen 64-bit adoption take... read more >>

Update From the World of MEX: Visual Studio 2010 Support 20

Posted by Michael Katz,

This week I’d like to welcome back guest blogger, Ken Atwell from the MATLAB Product Management team this week to talk about our support of Visual Studio 2010. With the recent release of Microsoft Visual Studio 2010, we were almost immediately asked, “does it work with MATLAB”? Since Visual C++... read more >>

Calling Shell Commands from MATLAB 41

Posted by Michael Katz,

I’ve written before about accessing Java from the Command Line, but you can also make calls into other systems from MATLAB. For example, you can access libraries written in C/C++ or Fortran, connect to .NET processes (on Windows), and make calls to a system shell. Today I will discuss the... 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 >>

Is 7 your lucky number? 22

Posted by admin,

I’d like to welcome guest blogger Ken Atwell from the MATLAB Product Management team this week to talk about our support of Windows 7. Here at The MathWorks we’ve been using and testing MATLAB against pre-releases of Windows 7 for some time now. And we know we’re not the only ones,... read more >>

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