File Exchange Pick of the Week

nasa/T-MATS 3

Posted by Will Campbell,

Will's pick this week is nasa/T-MATS by Jeffryes. Of the many courses you get to take as an aerospace engineer, a couple of my favorite were thermodynamics and propulsion. Propulsion is one of the trickier aspects of aerospace engineering; it's the leading cause of failures in launch vehicles. Because it's such... read more >>

Structure Display

Posted by Sean de Wolski,

Sean's pick this week is Structure Display by Thomas Deneux. Contents Structures in... read more >>

Deploying P-code Files

Posted by Jiro Doke,

Jiro's pick this week is deploypcode by Sven. Sven's no stranger to Pick of the Week. This time, he has created a tool that allows you to easily deploy your MATLAB files as P-files (protected files). P-files... read more >>

Plot Subfunctions 4

Posted by Guest Picker,

Posted by Richard Ruff , March 6, 2015 Richard is an Application Engineer at MathWorks focused on the Embedded Coder product for code generation, primarily in the ... read more >>

For Each 5

Posted by Sean de Wolski,

Sean's pick this week is For-Each by Jeremy Hughes. My pick this week is a toolbox from our development organization for a for-each loop construct in MATLAB. A for-each... read more >>

Downsampling polygons (Part 2)

Posted by Jiro Doke,

Jiro's pick this week is Decimate Polygon by Anton Semechko. Just a little over a year ago, I wrote a blog post on downsampling polygons. I highlighted Peter's Polygon Simplification. His entry helped me out in one of my side projects I... read more >>

What’s the reaction when we touch?

Posted by Guest Picker,

  Contact Modeling in SimMechanics Greg's pick this week is Rolling Ball on Plane by Janne Salomäki. Janne put together a nice example of modeling the interaction of a ball contacting a plane, rolling on the plane, and then falling off the plane. Janne uses SimMechanics to model the geometry and motion of the ball... read more >>

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