Loren on the Art of MATLAB

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Big Data in MAT Files

Today's guest blogger is Adam Filion, a Senior Product Manager at MathWorks. Adam helps manage and prioritize our development efforts in data science and big data.... read more >>

How to Suppress Function Output 9

You may have noticed that we have some functions that return no output if none is requested, and yet some functions always return something, even if not asked. What's a good way to achieve this in MATLAB?... read more >>

The MATLAB Live Script Gallery 3

Today I’d like to introduce a guest blogger, David Garrison, who is a MATLAB Product Manager here at MathWorks. Dave will talk about the Live Script Gallery where you can go to view and run interesting live scripts from the MATLAB Community.... read more >>

Stateflow Charts Come to MATLAB! 6

I have been a little bit slow in announcing some of the coolest new features/products in the most recent release, R2019a. Why should you even care? What does Stateflow do? It allows you show the logic behind the work you are doing. You may say "I can already do that in MATLAB with if/else statements, switch/case statements, etc. And you can. But as you add extra conditions, the nesting of code and at least my ability to fully comprehend it can create a lot of mental overhead and burden. With state charts, you can encapsulate extra condition behavior without quite some much clutter, and yet high clarity.... read more >>

New Product – Performance Review Toolbox 12

I'm pleased to announce the introduction of a new product today, the Performance Review Toolbox. It's so new, there isn't even a web page or marketing material for it.... read more >>

Creating List of Dates, Stepping by a Month 9

Ever need to create a vector of dates using some sort of pattern? Perhaps these will be used as the edges argument for a histogram, with each a month.... read more >>

The Missing Link 15

Of course the data we collect is always perfect - NOT! Maybe yours is different. What can go wrong? So many things. Instruments drift, web sites go down, power goes out, ... So what can you do if you have gaps in your data, and the analysis you want to perform won't tolerate that condition? You might decide you need to fill in missing values.... read more >>

Data Scaling for Scattered Interpolation 7

Today's guest blogger is Josh Meyer, a Technical Writer for the MATLAB Math and Big Data teams. He is going to discuss a common issue encountered in scattered data interpolation, and how to fix it!... read more >>

Why She Loves MATLAB 7


Today's guest blogger is Penny Anderson, Senior Engineer Manager, MATLAB Products. And she is going to answer the big question today, WHY?... read more >>

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