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Text Mining Shakespeare with MATLAB 4

Have you ever wondered how Google provides the auto-complete feature in Google Suggest? Or sometimes you see results of hilarious or annoying auto-correct features on your smartphone? Today's guest blogger, Toshi Takeuchi, explains a natural language processing approach through a fun text mining example with Shakespeare.... read more >>

Scaling Market Basket Analysis with MapReduce

In an earlier post, today's guest blogger Toshi Takeuchi gave us an introduction to Market Basket Analysis. This week, he will discuss how to scale this technique using MapReduce to deal with larger data.... read more >>

Analyzing Uber Ride Sharing GPS Data 9

Many of us carry around smartphones that can track our GPS positions and that's an interesting source of data. How can we analyze GPS data in MATLAB?... read more >>

Analyzing Fitness Data from Wearable Devices in MATLAB 5

Collecting and tracking health and fitness data with wearable devices is about to go mainstream as the smartphone giants like Apple, Google and Samsung jump into the fray. But if you collect data, what's the point if you don't analyze it?... read more >>

Publish Your MATLAB Analysis to Your Blog

I have been posting blogs about MATLAB with code examples for many years. Steve Eddins, my fellow blogger of Steve on Image Processing fame, developed and maintains an internal tool that automates a lot of tasks and I rely on it to publish my blog posts.... read more >>

Analyzing Twitter with MATLAB 5

Whatever your opinion of social media these days, there is no denying it is now an integral part of our digital life. So much so, that social media metrics are now considered part of altmetrics, an alternative to the established metrics such as citations to measure the impact of scientific papers.... read more >>

Election Poll Analysis in MATLAB 1

This is a mid-term election year here in the United States, and today's guest blogger, Toshi Takeuchi, invites you to try election poll analysis with MATLAB for fun.... read more >>

Debunking Bad News Analysis with MATLAB

With spring comes the tax filing deadline. This post is also about taxes. I'd like to introduce this week's guest blogger, Toshi Takeuchi. Toshi analyzes web data and runs online ad campaigns here at MathWorks.... read more >>

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