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Building a Quiz for MATLAB EXPO 4

Posted by Ned Gulley,

Earlier this month, I was lucky to attend the MATLAB EXPO in the UK (EXPO is an action-packed one-day user conference held every year in England). This year there was an excited buzz in the exhibit hall around one particular set of monitors. This was the MATLAB EXPO Quiz game…. read more >>

New! Citations on the File Exchange

Posted by Ned Gulley,

Citations make the world go around. I once read a (tongue in cheek) article about an improved design for scientific papers. In it, citations would go at the very beginning, because that’s actually what most people read first. <Flips rapidly to the last page> Did the author cite my work… read more >>

SheLovesMATLAB No. 2: Leila Shelley

Posted by Ned Gulley,

This post continues the series of stories about women engineers and scientists who use MathWorks products. In this post, MathWorker Anoush Najarian interviews physicist Leila Shelley. Anoush’s interviews appear in this space as an occasional series. This is the second. If you missed the first one, you can find it… read more >>

Hashtag SheLovesMATLAB: A Collection of Remarkable Women

Posted by Ned Gulley,

Anoush Najarian works at MathWorks as a performance engineer. Her job is to make MATLAB go fast. Among her many other interests (robotics, maker culture, Internet of Things, educational software, just to name a few) she likes to tell the stories of the many fascinating and talented women engineers and scientists… read more >>

What to Do When MATLAB Crashes 1

Posted by Ned Gulley,

This week we have a guest post from Cesar Rivadeneyra. Cesar is an Application Engineer. He likes solving challenging problems, and enjoys seeing his efforts help people. His current focus is on helping customers who encounter MATLAB crashes and working with developers to improve MATLAB & Simulink.
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Awesome MATLAB, GitHub, and the File Exchange

Posted by Ned Gulley,

Mike Croucher (@walkingrandomly) is the director of research computing at the University of Leeds in the UK. For years he has kept his Walking Randomly blog where he writes about technical computing of all kinds. In addition to the blog, he manages a GitHub repository filled with awesome MATLAB projects…. read more >>

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