# Loren on the Art of MATLABTurn ideas into MATLAB

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# MATLAB for Teaching3

I occasionally get involved in activities at MathWorks that aren't strictly focused on development. These activities often include interacting with customers, giving seminars,... read more >>

# Timing Extraction of Parts of an Array10

In Sarah's blog, Dan asked about speed of removing elements. There are a number of ways of deleting elements in MATLAB. So, what's the "best" way? ... read more >>

# Managing Non-Deployable Functions in a Compiled Application9

Guest blogger Peter Webb presents another post about building applications with the MATLAB Compiler. This week's topic: understanding the types of functions that cannot be deployed and managing... read more >>

# Finding Patterns in Arrays19

Recently, my colleague Jeff asked me if I would look at some code he wrote to find a pattern of numbers in a larger array. Without looking at his code, I... read more >>

# Piecewise Linear Interpolation22

John D'Errico is back today to talk about linear interpolation.

Contents

Introduction
Create Some Data to Interpolate
histc Solves the Binning Problem
Binning - A Loop With An Explicit... read more >>

# When to Create Classes in MATLAB31

I’m pleased to introduce today’s guest blogger, Nausheen Moulana. Nausheen manages the teams responsible for the design and
development of the MATLAB language. She shares her thoughts on when you... read more >>

# Path Management in Deployed Applications28

This week, guest blogger Peter Webb continues his series of articles about the MATLAB Compiler. This week's topic: managing MATLAB's paths in a compiled application.
For an introduction to writing... read more >>

# Comparing repmat and bsxfun Performance37

I've been asked repeatedly about the performance comparison between two MATLAB functions, bsxfun and repmat. These two functions can each help with calculations in which two arrays are... read more >>

# Understanding Object Cleanup12

Today I would like to introduce a guest blogger, Nick Haddad, a developer here at The Mathworks who works on Audio & Video related features in MATLAB. Today he talks about cleaning