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Leading by Example: How lively examples help MATLAB community toolboxes grow their capabilities & communities

Today's post is from Vijay Iyer, a principal academic discipline manager (Neuroscience) who is also leading the MATLAB Community Toolbox program. Over my past few years at MathWorks, I’ve been... read more >>

Faster Ordinary Differential Equations (ODEs) solvers and Sensitivity Analysis of Parameters: Introducing SUNDIALS support in MATLAB 2

Sensitivity analysis of CARRGO model

Late last year I introduced the new solution framework for solving Ordinary Differential Equations (ODEs) that made its debut in MATLAB R2023b. I demonstrated how it allowed users to do all kinds of... read more >>

MATLAB extension for Visual Studio Code: Yes, it works with GitHub Copilot 1

After publishing my recent blog post about MATLAB code execution in Visual Studio Code, I've had a lot of questions asking about GitHub Copilot support. I've even had fellow MathWorkers telling me... read more >>

MATLAB extension for Visual Studio Code: Now with code execution 12

Back in April last year, I announced the MATLAB extension for Visual Studio Code on The MATLAB Blog and everyone at MathWorks was blown away by its popularity. In less than a year there have been... read more >>

Outlier detection and Robust Regression in MATLAB with the FSDA Toolbox 3

In 1857, Scottish physicist James David Forbes published a paper that discussed the relationship between atmospheric pressure and the boiling point of water. To get data, he traveled around the alps... 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 >>

MathWorks releases Best Practices for MATLAB Toolbox development 3

Research computing can be a messy affair and, for me at least, it often looks like the following. First, there is the exploration phase where you often have no strong idea about what you are doing.... read more >>

Working efficiently with data: Parquet files and the Needle in a Haystack problem 6

This is a guest post by Onomitra Ghosh who is the Product Manager for MATLAB Data Analysis and Big Data workflows. How big does data need to be before it can be called big? While there is no... read more >>

MATLAB Community Toolbox Training Projects in Neuroscience

This is a guest blog post by Vijay Iyer, Principal Academic Discipline Specialist (Neuroscience) at MathWorks.For folks in the Northern hemisphere, spring is in the air! If you’re a student or a... read more >>

Do you use Visual Studio Code? MATLAB is now there too. 11

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 >>

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