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Stable Matching Problem and the Algorithm that Won a Nobel Prize 1

Many here in Massachusetts started social distancing about a month ago and we have no end in sight yet. If you live alone, maybe you are ready to match up with someone after you get through this hardship. Today's guest blogger, Toshi Takeuchi, has a perfect algorithm for you. I love that this was inspired by a problem that, at first glance, doesn't seem very technical or relevant. But it is!... 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 >>

MATLAB Speaks Python 8

MATLAB is a great computing environment for engineers and scientists. MATLAB also provides access to general-purpose languages including C/C++, Java, Fortran, .NET, and Python. Today's guest blogger, Toshi Takeuchi, would like to talk about using MATLAB with Python.... read more >>

Web Scraping and Mining Unstructured Data with MATLAB 3

A lot of information is shared on the web and a lot of people are interested in taking advantage of it. It can be used to enrich the existing data, for example. However, information is buries in HTML tags and it is not easy to extract useful information. Today's guest blogger, Toshi Takeuchi shows us how he uses MATLAB for web scraping to harvest useful data from the web and then uses fuzzy string match to enrich existing data.... read more >>

Analyzing Fake News with Twitter 4

Social media has become an important part of modern life, and Twitter is again a center of focus in recent events. Today's guest blogger, Toshi Takeuchi gives us an update on how you can use MATLAB to analyze a Twitter feed.... read more >>

Text Mining Machine Learning Research Papers with MATLAB 3

Publish or perish, they say in academia, and you can learn trends in academic research through analysis of published papers. Today's guest blogger, Toshi, came across a dataset of machine learning papers presented in a conference. Let's see what he found!... read more >>

Survey Reveals Diversity in the “Learn to Code” Movement 6

Do you use any free "learn to code" website to teach yourself programming? You may already know how to program in MATLAB, but you may very well be learning other skills on MOOCs.... read more >>

Fighting Crime with Predictive Policing 4


Visualizing Facebook Networks with MATLAB 4

When one of my guest bloggers, Toshi posted, Can We Predict a Breakup? Social Network Analysis with MATLAB, he got several questions about the new graph and network algorithms capabilities in MATLAB introduced in R2015b. He would like to do a follow-up post to address some of those questions.... read more >>

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