# Working with Text in MATLAB5

Posted by Loren Shure,

I'd like to introduce today's guest blogger, Dave Bergstein, a MATLAB Product Manager at MathWorks. In today's post, Dave discusses recent updates to text processing with MATLAB.... read more >>

# Optimizing a Structural Design

Posted by Loren Shure,

Today you'll see a new demonstration of applying optimization techniques. Today's guest is Takafumi Ohbiraki. This demonstration was part of the contents of the MATLAB EXPO which was held in Tokyo last year (2016).... read more >>

# Find That Signpost! Using optimization and the Google Maps API in MATLAB to find a landmark1

Posted by Loren Shure,

Interesting problems are everywhere. Today's guest blogger, Matt Tearle, loves the chance to apply MATLAB to any intellectually stimulating puzzle. It's a fun way to learn and practice new features.... read more >>

# Introducing the Signal Analyzer App5

Posted by Loren Shure,

Today, my guest blogger is Rick Gentile, an engineer in our Signal Processing Product Marketing group. He will introduce a new app which enables you to gain quick insights into your data.... read more >>

# Symbolic Analysis of the Port Passing Problem

Posted by Loren Shure,

Hopefully you recall the recent post where we used a monte-carlo technique to simulate an infinitely-stocked port decanter passing around a table of N people (always starting at position 0), moving with probability p to the left and q to the right, only stopping when everyone at the table had... read more >>

# The Perverse Port Passing Problem

Posted by Loren Shure,

Today's guest blogger is Jos Martin, from the Parallel Computing group at MathWorks. Whilst normally focussing on making parallel computing both easy and fast in MATLAB, occasionally he likes to use MATLAB to explore other problem spaces. Here, he writes about an interesting random walk process he encountered that has allowed him to explore both simulation and analytic methods in MATLAB, and using each of those methods to help guide the other. ... read more >>

# Analyzing Fake News with Twitter4

Posted by Loren Shure,

Social media has become an important part of modern life, and Twitter is again a center of focus in recent events. Today's guest blogger, Toshi Takeuchi gives us an update on how you can use MATLAB to analyze a Twitter feed.... read more >>

# Speed Dating Experiment2

Posted by Loren Shure,

Valentine's day is fast approaching and those who are in a relationship might start thinking about plans. For those who are not as lucky, read on! Today's guest blogger, Today's guest blogger, Toshi Takeuchi, explores how you can be successful at speed dating events through data.... read more >>

# Vectorizing Graphics Operations

Posted by Loren Shure,

Let's talk about changing characteristics of elements in a plot today. I will use an example derived from one in Mapping Toolbox. My goal is to show you good ways to modify your graphics.... read more >>

# Predicting When People Quit Their Jobs8

Posted by Loren Shure,

2017 is upon us and that means some of you may be going into your annual review or thinking about your career after graduation. Today's guest blogger, Toshi Takeuchi used machine learning on a job-related dataset for predictive analytics. Let's see what he learned.... read more >>