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Debunking Bad News Analysis with MATLAB

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With spring comes the tax filing deadline. This post is also about taxes. I'd like to introduce this week's guest blogger, Toshi Takeuchi. Toshi analyzes web data and runs online ad campaigns here at MathWorks.... read more >>

Getting Data from a Web API in Parallel

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I'd like to introduce this week's guest blogger Edric Ellis. Edric works for the Parallel Computing development team here at The MathWorks. In this post he will talk about using the parfeval command in Parallel Computing Toolbox.... read more >>

Function is as functiontests

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Today we have a post from guest blogger Andy Campbell to highlight a function-based approach for writing tests in MATLAB. We will be demonstrating how you can write simple functions that aid you in designing a physical system. This approach allows you to iterate quickly and improve your designs while protecting you from violating requirements met by earlier solutions.... read more >>

Timing Code 12

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and Revisiting Fibonacci Festival from 2006... read more >>

Zero Evolution 12

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Today's post will take us on an historical tour of the function zeros, and pertains, in various ways, to the related functions ones, eye, false, true, rand, randn, and complex.... read more >>

Using the MATLAB Unit Testing Infrastructure for Grading Assignments 8

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Steven Lord, Andy Campbell, and David Hruska are members of the Quality Engineering group at MathWorks who are guest blogging today to introduce a new feature in R2013a, the MATLAB unit testing infrastructure. There are several submissions on the MATLAB Central File Exchange related to unit testing of MATLAB code. Blogger Steve Eddins wrote one highly rated example back in 2009. In release R2013a, MathWorks included in MATLAB itself a MATLAB implementation of the industry-standard xUnit testing framework.... read more >>

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