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Well, it's about that time. What time? It turns out that this is my 400th post. In 10 years! It's been a lot of fun for me; and I hope you've learnd a lot. So time to talk about time again.... read more >>

Axes Limits – Scream Louder, I Can’t Hear You!8

Today's guest post comes from Sean de Wolski, one of Loren's fellow Application Engineers. You might recognize him from MATLAB answers and the pick of the week blog!... read more >>

No Infs, NaNs, or Bits5

You may have heard the phrase "no ifs, ands, or buts" - meaning that there whatever the issue is, there is a definitive, non-negotiable answer or outcome. I heard it often when trying to persuade my parents to allow me to do something they didn't want me to do. Today when I heard someone use that phrase, what I sort of heard instead was "no |Inf|s, |NaN|s, or bits". So I will talk about those values and types today.... read more >>

Swing Low, Sweet Probability: Guessing the results of every match in the 2015 Rugby World Cup

Today's guest blogger is Matt Tearle, who works on our MATLAB training materials here at MathWorks. Originally from New Zealand, Matt was delighted with the All Blacks' recent victory at the 2015 Rugby World Cup. What better way to celebrate than to analyze the results with MATLAB?... read more >>

I have to admit, I enjoy puns and plays on words of almost any kind. As I was driving to work this morning, I was thinking about the MATLAB function eval. And something just clicked for me. I am sure the person sitting in the car beside me at the light thought I was crazy.... read more >>

Analyzing Baby Names with MATLAB R2015b1

Today's guest blogger is Matt Tearle, from the Training Services group here at MathWorks. Matt puts two data analysis functions introduced in R2015b through their paces with some unexpected uses.... read more >>

What’s Up, Doc?5

Today’s guest blogger is Leslie McBrayer, who is in the Documentation group at MathWorks. Her team's goal is to make it easier for you to learn how to use our products. She is writing today about some features of the R2015b documentation: a few that are new, and a few that have been around for some time.... read more >>

40-year-old Algorithm That Cannot Be Improved4

It is interesting to see how an obscure algorithm sometimes gets a break in news headlines like For 40 years, computer scientists looked for a solution that doesn’t exist in the Boston Globe. Today's guest blogger, Toshi Takeuchi, introduces us to this curious computer algorithm.... read more >>