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What’s Up, Doc? 4

Posted by Loren Shure,

Today’s guest blogger is Leslie McBrayer, who is in the Documentation group at MathWorks. Her team's goal is to make it easier for you to learn how to use our products. She is writing today about some features of the R2015b documentation: a few that are new, and a few that have been around for some time.... read more >>

Individual Axis Customization 2

Posted by Loren Shure,

The R2015b release contains some new features for individual axis customization. Ben Hinkle, who works with the graphics team sometimes, goes through a number of plotting scenarios where these features can help simplify your code. This post shows some nicer techniques for making these pretty plots using R2015b vs. those in Loren's recent post using early versions of MATLAB.... read more >>

Process “Big Data” in MATLAB with mapreduce 2

Posted by Loren Shure,

Today I’d like to introduce guest blogger Ken Atwell who works for the MATLAB Development team here at MathWorks. Today, Ken will be discussing with you the MapReduce programming technique now available in the R2014b release of MATLAB. MapReduce provides a way to process large amounts of file-based data on a single computer in MATLAB. For very large data sets, the same MATLAB code written using MapReduce can also be run on the "big data" platform, Hadoop®.... read more >>

Using RESTful Web Service Interface in R2014b MATLAB 2

Posted by Loren Shure,

Guest blogger, Kelly Luetkemeyer, who is a software developer at MathWorks, returns with an article on accessing RESTful web services using MATLAB. Kelly's previous articles included Tracking a Hurricane using Web Map Service and Visualizing the Gulf of Mexico Oil Slick using Web Map Service. Kelly was the lead developer of the new RESTful web service interface feature in MATLAB.... read more >>

Reading Big Data into MATLAB 8

Posted by Loren Shure,

Today I’d like to introduce guest blogger Sarah Wait Zaranek who works for the MATLAB Marketing team here at MathWorks. Sarah previously has written about a variety of topics. Mostly recently, she cowrote a post with me about the new webcam capabilities in MATLAB. Today, Sarah will be discussing datastore, one of the new big data capabilities introduced in MATLAB R2014b.... read more >>

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