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Using AI to help write MATLAB code – The MATLAB AI Chat Playground

Along with almost everyone who works in software development, I’ve recently been exploring how to integrate AI systems in my day-to-day work. In a MATLAB context, my appetite was whetted by the... read more >>

Quantum computing in MATLAB R2023b: On the desktop and in the cloud 4

Back in May of this year i attended the ISC High Performance Computing conference with a few other colleagues from MathWorks and was astonished at the number of booths related to various quantum... read more >>

The new solution framework for Ordinary Differential Equations (ODEs) in MATLAB R2023b 12

Along with linear algebra, one of the iconic features of MATLAB in my mind is how it handles ordinary differential equations (ODEs). ODEs have been part of MATLAB almost since the very beginning.One... read more >>

MATLAB kernel for Jupyter – Now with Windows support 3

There was a lot of excitement around January’s release of the MATLAB kernel for Jupyter notebooks with hundreds of thousands of views on various social media platforms. Unfortunately for many,... read more >>

Native Apple Silicon Support in the MATLAB/Simulink R2023b pre-release 39

I’ve been following MathWorks’ Apple Silicon developments for some time now. Indeed, my first post on the subject Exploring the MATLAB beta for Native Apple Silicon was the 2nd article I ever wrote... read more >>

From HPC consultancy to a faster fzero function in MATLAB R2023a 9

Sometime in 2021, I was doing some High Performance Computing (HPC) consultancy with a university in the south of England. This involved various things such as getting the code to scale across... read more >>

Do you use Visual Studio Code? MATLAB is now there too. 10

Along with many other developers, it was love at first sight for me when I first experienced Visual Studio Code. Highly customisable, easy to use and available for all 3 major operating systems; it... read more >>

The new combinations function in MATLAB – for cartesian products and parameter sweeps 5

I've always been a release notes nerd as I think that you can learn a lot from the raft of enhancements that come with every new release of software like MATLAB. Even before I worked here, when a new... read more >>

Try Dark Mode on Desktop MATLAB with the ‘New Desktop for MATLAB’ beta 16

For longer than any of us at MathWorks are comfortable with, the following story has played out every time we release a new version of MATLAB. MathWorks: The new release of MATLAB is available.... read more >>

Function handles are faster in MATLAB R2023a 7

Roughly speaking, there are two ways we at MathWorks can speed up MATLAB. We can dive into individual functions to remove overheads, improve algorithms and so on or we can make performance... read more >>

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