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Find Inspiration from Outside Your Zone

I don't know if you usually read MathWorks magazine, MathWorks News & Notes; I do. I find it inspiring, am amazed with our customers' creativity, grateful for the solutions of real-world problems, and more. For example, in addition to finding an article on using computer vision to "remove the water" from underwater images fascinating, it makes me wish I could go snorkeling somewhere soon!... read more >>

Excess Mortality Analysis for the USA 4

Today's guest blogger is Jos Martin, from the Parallel Computing team at MathWorks. Whilst normally focussing on making parallel computing both easy and fast in MATLAB, occasionally he likes to use MATLAB to explore other problem spaces. Here, he writes about using some CDC provided datasets in MATLAB to analyse and visualize excess death statistics across the US.... read more >>

Keep Teaching through Distance Learning 3

As many universities are moving quickly to distance learning, it is vital for educators to think carefully about how to adapt their approach to still deliver key learning outcomes for students in an online setting. Today’s guest blogger, Ramnarayan Krishnamurthy, is at the forefront supporting universities as they transition to distance learning. In his role as a Customer Success Engineer, he partners with educators to support them in achieving their goals for teaching and learning.... read more >>

Analyzing Novel Corona Virus COVID-19 Dataset 10

As the threat of novel corona virus COVID-19 spreads through the world, we live in an increasingly anxious time. While healthcare workers fight the virus in the front line, we do our part by practicing social distancing to slow the pandemic. Today's guest blogger, Toshi Takeuchi, would like to share how he spends his time by analyzing data in MATLAB.... read more >>