Loren on the Art of MATLAB

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I-COOL – International Coalition of Ocean Observing Laboratories 2

It's no secret that my background is in marine geophysics. Last week at the annual meeting of AGU (American Geophysical Union), I remembered seeing some very cool plots recently, some... read more >>

When MATLAB Refreshes Directories 8

Over the years, there have been lots of questions about when MATLAB recognizes files on the path. Today I'm going to talk about the case where a user generates or updates MATLAB code,... read more >>

Possible Test Scores 14

Walter Roberson, frequent contributor to the MATLAB newsgroup, posed the following question to me to use as the starter idea of a blog. Q: Suppose there is a... read more >>

Printing in a Deployed Application 10

This week guest blogger Peter Webb continues his series of deployment-related posts with an article describing how printing works in a deployed application. Contents ... read more >>

Analyzing Addresses Using Different Data Structures 6

Recently, at MathWorks, Seth decided to analyze the email domains for comments on his blog. He had fun writing the code and posting it internally. Within a short period of... read more >>

New Ways With Random Numbers, Part II 22

Once again we're going to hear from guest blogger Peter Perkins, who is a statistical software developer here at The MathWorks. Contents ... read more >>

New Features in R2008b and How to Ask for More 3

By now, you many know that the second 2008 release of MATLAB and related products is out. Contents ... read more >>

New Ways With Random Numbers, Part I 26

Today I'd like to introduce a guest blogger, Peter Perkins, who is a statistical software developer here at The MathWorks. In his life prior to The MathWorks, he worked as a... read more >>

Olympic Rings 7

Well, I am very late on this challenge. In August, Mike posted some code to reproduce the Olympic rings and mentioned that I might have a more clever way to create the same plot. ... read more >>

Vectorizing the Notion of Colon (:) 14

The other day, one of my MathWorks buddies, Peter, asked me if I knew any tricks for vectorizing the notion of the colon (:) operator. For me, this sort of inquiry sometimes has an... read more >>

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