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# What is a leap second, anyway?9

Today's post is brought to you from Peter Perkins, a member of the MathWorks development team.Having worked on some of MATLAB's time and date functions, people at The MathWorks sometimes ask me... read more >>

# News on the Hexadecimal and Binary Numeric Fronts6

I'm sure you've all heard the joke before:... read more >>

# Creating List of Dates, Stepping by a Month9

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 >>

# New Ways to Arrange and Plot Data in Tables6

Today I'd like to introduce a guest blogger, Stephen Doe, who works for the MATLAB Documentation team here at MathWorks. In today's post, Stephen shows us new functions for displaying, arranging, and plotting data in tables and timetables.... read more >>

# A Best Friend, struct2table13

Sometimes it's nice to have a best friend. Sometimes I have more than one, context-dependent. I want to share my best friend today for dealing with struct arrays.... read more >>

# Color Your World: More with Maps, Graphs, and Polygons2

Today, guest blogger Matt Tearle continues his investigation of the new polyshape type (added in R2017b) as a mapping tool.... read more >>

# Loren’s Excellent Adventure: Maps, Graphs, and Polygons4

R2017b was released recently. Today's guest blogger, Matt Tearle, discovered a fun application of one of the many new features - solving a map-based puzzle.... read more >>

# Ways to Perform Calculations on Groups of Data in Tables4

Today I'd like to introduce a guest blogger, Stephen Doe, who works for the MATLAB Documentation team here at MathWorks. Stephen will discuss different methods for grouping data, and performing calculations on those groups, using Tables.... read more >>

# Setting a New Time Basis for Date / Time Data3

I was recently working with someone who had some temporal data in various formats and was trying to merge them in a meaningful way.... 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 >>

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