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A New Name, A New Focus

Posted by Ned Gulley,

This is the blog that used to be called “MATLAB Spoken Here.” When we gave it that name, we were thinking it would be a good place for general content and announcements… sometimes about community, sometimes about product. But ultimately that aim was a little too generic and unfocused.... read more >>

Community Improvements: MATLAB Answers 1

Posted by Ned Gulley,

The Community Team has launched a new landing page for MATLAB Answers. MATLAB Answers is a popular community resource for people looking for solutions to their MATLAB and Simulink problems. There are over 160,000 questions asked and answered by people just like you. ... read more >>

MATLAB Conference Australia & New Zealand 2015

Posted by Ned Gulley,

This week’s blogger is Bradley Horton. Bradley is an engineer at MathWorks Australia who works with customers in the education area. He has spent the last 16 years helping clients adopt and implement MathWorks products over a broad range of application areas.... read more >>

Face Coder Product Preview 9

Posted by Ned Gulley,

We don’t ordinarily talk about features under development, but today’s post comes from one of our internal product teams providing a very special sneak peek at an upcoming MATLAB feature.... read more >>

Let’s Code! Make a Cody Video

Posted by Ned Gulley,

Ever seen a “Let’s Play” video, where somebody documents their own activity as they play a video game? They can be a lot of fun to watch, even when the author isn’t very good at the game. And they can be very instructive if you’re learning how to play that... read more >>

Robot Game-Playing in MATLAB – Part 2

Posted by Ned Gulley,

Last week we showed how to use a Monte Carlo approach to write a program capable of playing Tic Tac Toe. But that was just our warm-up exercise. Now let’s build another game that can take advantage of our game-playing harness.... read more >>

MATLAB Onramp 2

Posted by Ned Gulley,

In the last post, Wendy Fullam told us about MATLAB Examples, where you could see working examples and pick apart the code to see how they worked. But suppose you wanted more? Suppose you wanted an environment that could teach you, step by step, how to get started coding in... read more >>

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