MATLAB Spoken Here

Fun, learning, and drama at the MathWorks Student Robot Challenge

Posted by Ned Gulley,

This week I’d like to introduce guest blogger Dr Tanya Morton. Tanya leads the Application Engineering team in the UK, helping customers in industry and academia to apply MATLAB & Simulink to their technical, business and educational challenges. She is keen to encourage more people to enjoy lifelong careers in... read more >>

Challenge students with MATLAB practice on Cody

Posted by Bob Levy,

I’ve recently been talking with professors eager to use Cody in the classroom.  From these discussions, I’ve learned of seven great reasons to challenge your students with MATLAB practice problems in Cody: 1.       Great problems to draw on There are already over 900 ready-made MATLAB programming problems, in just the first year... read more >>

Your MATLAB Files on the Cloud. And more. 8

Posted by Pradeep Ramamoorthy,

Happy 2013! 2012 was an eventful year for MATLAB Mobile, with releases for the iPad, the Android platform, and several enhancements to graphics and usability. To kick off 2013 on a high note, we are making connecting to the cloud even better. Introducing… MATLAB Cloud Storage You can now upload MATLAB files and data... read more >>

Visualizing Cody 2

Posted by Ned Gulley,

Because of the amount of traffic that it gets, Cody generates a tremendous amount of interesting data every day. Most of it gets silently stored, because we haven’t found good ways to reflect it directly in the application yet. I decided it was time to try out some Javascript visualization... read more >>

Giving by Taking: File Exchange Acknowledgment Trees 3

Posted by Ned Gulley,

One of the virtues of a good programmer (as observed by Larry Wall) is laziness. Don’t write code that you don’t have to! In this spirit, the File Exchange is a boon to the lazy. Whenever you sit down to code, listen to the voice that says “someone must have... read more >>

Football Squares with MATLAB 5

Posted by Ned Gulley,

ContentsSuper Bowl SquaresGet the DataRegular Expressions to the Rescue!Populate the Results MatrixCompute the Probability MatrixAdd Numbers to the PlotThe Bottom LineSuper Bowl SquaresIn my last post I wrote about English football. This time I'm talking about the American version. Here in the U.S. it's playoff season for professional football, and... read more >>

MATLAB Christmas Trees 1

Posted by Helen Chen,

While online doing some last minute shopping, I found some Christmas trees that were created using MATLAB.  I thought they are perfect to share with everyone in our community during this holiday season. What a perfect gift if you are still looking for something for someone special! You can even get... read more >>

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 >>

How Trendy Saved My Life

Posted by Rob Nickerson,

OK, it didn’t really save my life. But Trendy’s users have helped me understand MATLAB coding and plotting… and to some, that’s right up there with having their lives saved. I’m Rob Nickerson, a Senior Usability Specialist at MathWorks, and I worked on web applications on like the webstore, training,... read more >>

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