# MATLAB Tech Talks: Bode Plot1

Posted by Guy Rouleau,

This week we are introducing MATLAB Tech Talks - short videos explaining important engineering concepts in an informal and entertaining way.... read more >>

# Creating Your Own Block With Continuous States (MATLAB S-Function)5

Posted by Guy Rouleau,

In a previous post, I showed an example of a MATLAB S-Function with a discrete state... read more >>

# Writing your own block with discrete states (MATLAB S-Function)5

Posted by Guy Rouleau,

A few weeks ago, I noticed the following question on MATLAB Answers by K E:... read more >>

# How to make your own blocks with code! (Introduction to S-Functions)10

Posted by Guy Rouleau,

I have to admit... before joining MathWorks, I was afraid of S-Functions.... read more >>

# Sous-Vide Cooking with Simulink Part 17

Posted by Guy Rouleau,

This week I am sharing the first part of a story about what I do with Simulink during weekends!... read more >>

# You need an integrator with variable limits… there’s a solution for that!6

Posted by Guy Rouleau,

By Guy Rouleau Today I received a question where the user was looking for an Integrator block with variable upper and lower limits that could be specified from signals. I was happy to simply answer: There's a solution for that! In order to help users finding the information they need, we have... read more >>

# Did I just get a different answer?3

Posted by Seth Popinchalk,

As part of any well designed Model Based Design work-flow, you need to ensure that you get the expected results from your simulation. You might want to evaluate the effect of a change to the model, or just need to... read more >>

# Building Models with MATLAB Code73

Posted by Seth Popinchalk,

Occasionally I get questions about how to build, modify, and add blocks, to Simulink models using MATLAB commands. In this post, I will to give a basic overview of the common model construction commands. ... read more >>

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