# Loren on the Art of MATLABTurn ideas into MATLAB

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# Memoize Functions in MATLAB8

Very early on in this blog (2006!), I wrote a post on memoizing functions, i.e., caching results so outputs that have already been calculated don't need to be calculated again (code included at the... 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 >>

# The Winter of Our Vectorization3

ContentsGoing the Whole 9 FeetEnter MATLABTime for Some Logical IndexingConvoluted, Yet SimplerFun with arrayfunPutting it All TogetherSpring into Action!Today I'd like to introduce guest blogger... read more >>

# Introduction to Functional Programming with Anonymous Functions, Part 35

Tucker McClure is an Application Engineer with The MathWorks. He spends his time helping our customers accelerate their work with the right tools and problem-solving techniques. Today, he'll be discussing how "functional programming" can help create brief and powerful MATLAB code.... read more >>

# Introduction to Functional Programming with Anonymous Functions, Part 214

Tucker McClure is an Application Engineer with The MathWorks. He spends his time helping our customers accelerate their work with the right tools and problem-solving techniques. Today, he'll be discussing how "functional programming" can help create brief and powerful MATLAB code.... read more >>

# Introduction to Functional Programming with Anonymous Functions, Part 124

Tucker McClure is an Application Engineer with The MathWorks. He spends his time helping our customers accelerate their work with the right tools and problem-solving techniques. Today, he'll be discussing how "functional programming" can help create brief and powerful MATLAB code.... read more >>

# Thoughts about Anonymous Functions18

One of the reasons I like using anonymous functions is because they allow me to express whatever function I want to use as a function of the relevant arguments in different contexts.... read more >>

# Combining Functions9

For a lot of calculations, it makes sense to combine operations into a single expression. You can sometimes do this easily when you have function handles and you generate one... read more >>

# Mathematical Recreations: Tweetable Game Of Life10

Today I’d like to introduce a guest blogger, Matt, who is consultant over in The MathWorks UK. Some of you may have come across his customer projects and series of demos... read more >>

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