Loren on the Art of MATLAB

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R2010b is Live

MATLAB R2010b is live and includes some a bunch of good stuff. I've listed ones below that I found most interesting. You may find others more compelling, so read the Release Notes!

As Steve mentioned, documentation from previous releases is now available.

Arithmetic functions now support 64-bit datatypes. There's also a suite of performance enhancements for some of the math users rely on heavily, including the 3-output form of svd, trig functions with degree inputs, and sparse column assignment.

MATLAB now supports arrays of timeseries.

There is support for classes that define Enumerations.

VideoWriter allows creation of AVI files on all platforms. And there has been a suite of updates to the HDF4, HDF5, and netCDF sets of functionality.

Published with MATLAB® 7.11

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