Loren on the Art of MATLAB

Annual Meeting of the American Geophysical Union 2013

Posted by Loren Shure,

MathWorks will have a booth at the annual AGU (American Geophysical Union) meeting this year, where you can expect to see me, Sarah Wait Zaranek, and Shyam Yadati. We will all be happy to show you some of the newest advancements in MATLAB and other MathWorks products. In addition, I will be speaking on Thursday from 1-1:30 PM at the Exhibit Hall Product Theater. My talk is entitled What's new in MATLAB for Earth & Ocean Sciences.... read more >>

Function is as functiontests

Posted by Loren Shure,

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

Posted by Loren Shure,

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

What Kind of MATLAB File is This? 15

Posted by Loren Shure,

We just had an interesting thread at MathWorks prompted by a customer request to programmatically distinguish between script and function MATLAB files. The File Browser already shows these separately. I will show some ideas we had and what we agreed was a good way to attack this.... read more >>

Zero Evolution 12

Posted by Loren Shure,

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 >>

Deconstructing Destructors 5

Posted by Loren Shure,

I'm pleased to introduce guest blogger Jennifer Black, manager of the MATLAB object system team. Today Jennifer will be sharing some thoughts on what happens when objects are destroyed in MATLAB and how you can control aspects of this process.... read more >>

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