# I-COOL – International Coalition of Ocean Observing Laboratories2

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 Directories8

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 >>

# Printing in a Deployed Application10

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 Structures6

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 II22

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 More3

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 I26

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 Rings7

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 >>