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Upload Photos from Your Image Gallery to MATLAB Drive 2

Smartphone cameras continue to disrupt digital photography. If you are a casual photographer, over the years you have probably found yourself increasingly relying on the camera that is most readily available to you: the one on your phone…. read more >>

Why You Should Date Someone Who Knows MATLAB 1

Happy Valentines Day! I have been working with the MATLAB community since we launched MATLAB Central wa-aaay back at the beginning of this century. On more than one occasion we have been asked to consider some sort of matchmaking service on the site. While we never acted on this interesting… read more >>

Football Squares Updated for Superbowl LIII 2

I wrote about Football Squares a long time ago. In light of the upcoming Superbowl, a few people have asked me to brush up my code. As a bonus, it’s been so long since the last time I did this that I can show off some new MATLAB functionality. Here… read more >>

Women in Tech at MathWorks

This post was assembled by Anoush Najarian. Anoush 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… read more >>

GHC 18, Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing

In this post, MathWorks GHC 18 team member Penny Anderson shares some thoughts about her experience at GHC in Houston. Penny first attended GHC in 2016 when she gave a talk announcing new Big Data features in MATLAB with Mary Ann Freeman. Sara Nadeau, a technical writer and diversity advocate… read more >>

Building a Quiz for MATLAB EXPO 4

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

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

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 >>