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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 >>

Community Q&A – Doug Hull 1

Posted by John Kelly,

After 15 years of working at MathWorks and a successful blog on MATLAB Central, Doug Hull “retired” to Las Vegas so he could combine his mathematical knowledge with his love of poker.  … read more >>

Top 10 Files in 2017

Posted by John Kelly,

Without further ado, here are the 10 Most Popular File Exchange submissions in 2017 based on downloads… read more >>

MATLAB, Sporcle, and Grant

Posted by Ned Gulley,

Grant O. Cook III, better known to the Cody-playing world as goc3, is a player and puzzle constructor of great renown. He is currently ranked 5th on the Cody leaderboard, and he is 2nd when ranked by number of problems created (he’s made 121 so far). He recently distinguished himself… read more >>

When is Noon? 4

Posted by Ned Gulley,

I enjoy astronomy. In this post I’m going to show off a cool file from the File Exchange and demonstrate MATLAB’s new-ish datetime functionality (including dateshift and duration). But it’s also a fun opportunity to tell a little astronomical story. A story that starts with a simple question: Who gets to decide… read more >>

The Cody Fifth Anniversary Challenge

Posted by Ned Gulley,

Does Cody have birthdays or anniversaries? It seems to me like it should have birthdays, but anyway, it’s been around for five years (actually, almost six by now). Back in October, we announced a contest in honor of Cody’s fifth. The really cool thing about this contest is that a… read more >>

Community Q&A – Daniel Turizo

Posted by John Kelly,

Daniel Turizo was one of the first people to complete the Easy and Hard problem sets in the Cody 5 Year Challenge. Daniel is currently pursuing his Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering at the Universidad del Norte in Barranquilla, Colombia. Please enjoy this virtual interview with Daniel Turizo… read more >>

A New Contest: Gerrymandering Commas

Posted by Ned Gulley,

Last February, researchers at the University of St Andrews ran a MATLAB programming contest to study how people compete and collaborate online. I’m very happy to report that another such contest just started today, and I encourage you to join in the fun…. read more >>