Loren on the Art of MATLAB

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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 >>

How to Chart My Year 2

I travel a lot. Mostly for work. I do try to take advantage of the priviledge - visiting so many amazing places -- and spend a little extra time occasionally. People even joke that I should be writing a travel blog. Of course I prefer to write one on MATLAB. But how about combining these just for fun today.... read more >>

New Product – Performance Review Toolbox 12

I'm pleased to announce the introduction of a new product today, the Performance Review Toolbox. It's so new, there isn't even a web page or marketing material for it.... read more >>

Data Scaling for Scattered Interpolation 7

Today's guest blogger is Josh Meyer, a Technical Writer for the MATLAB Math and Big Data teams. He is going to discuss a common issue encountered in scattered data interpolation, and how to fix it!... read more >>

Surrogate Optimization for Expensive Computations

I'd like to introduce this week's guest blogger Alan Weiss. Alan writes documentation for mathematical toolboxes here at MathWorks. Hi, folks. This post is about a new solver in Global... read more >>

Is This a Sine Wave? 5

I was talking with Mike, my boss, one afternoon. And we had been fiddling with some paper as we spoke. After trimming a page, we ended up with a not skinny strip of stiff paper. As Mike twisted it,... read more >>

MATLAB and the 2017 Eclipse – Part 2: Training the Volunteers

Today our guest blogger, David Garrison, will continue his series on MathWorks involvement in the 2017 solar eclipse.... read more >>

MATLAB and the 2017 Eclipse – Part 1: The Citizen CATE Experiment

Today I’d like to introduce a guest blogger, David Garrison, who is a MATLAB Product Manager here at MathWorks. This is the first in a series of blogs over the next few months describing MathWorks involvement in an exciting project related to the 2017 solar eclipse.... read more >>

Vectorizing Graphics Operations

Let's talk about changing characteristics of elements in a plot today. I will use an example derived from one in Mapping Toolbox. My goal is to show you good ways to modify your graphics.... read more >>

MATLAB is Satisfying

Today's guest post comes from Sean de Wolski, one of Loren's fellow Application Engineers. You might recognize him from MATLAB answers and the pick of the week blog!... read more >>

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