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# Working efficiently with data: Parquet files and the Needle in a Haystack problem6

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 >>

# Function handles are faster in MATLAB R2023a7

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 >>

# Add two lines to your MATLAB code to make it work with big data

Today's guest blogger is Harald Brunnhofer, a Principal Training Engineer at MathWorks. On top of getting thousands of users started with MATLAB or taking their MATLAB skills to the next level, he... read more >>

# Playing with the R2022b MATLAB Apple Silicon beta for M1/M2 Mac19

Update 22nd June 2023: An updated blog post about MATLAB on Apple Silicon can be found at... read more >>

# MATLAB’s High Performance Computing (HPC) and ‘Big Data’ datatypes5

Table of ContentsgpuArrays - GPU programming made easy dlarray - Specialised objects for Deep Learning training Tall arrays - For when you've got more rows than memory Distributed arrays - Spread... read more >>

# Linear Algebra in MATLAB: Trying out AMD’s AOCL10

In R2022a, MathWorks started shipping AMD’s AOCL alongside Intel’s MKL in MATLAB.  This article explains what these are and why you might care about them. BLAS and LAPACK A lot of modern technical... read more >>

# How to make a GPU version of this MATLAB program by changing two lines1

In his article, A short game of Life, Steve Eddins showed us the following few lines of code that impemented Conway's game of life. Steve's version used a 750 x 750 gameboard whereas mine is using... read more >>

# Finding if all elements of a matrix are finite, fast!3

Today, I'm going to focus on three new functions that were added to the MATLAB programming language in R2022a: allfinite, anynan and anymissing. These functions are more concise, and usually faster,... read more >>

# Exploring the MATLAB beta for Native Apple Silicon36

Update 8th December 2022: You may be interested in the newer Apple Silicon beta that’s discussed at Playing with the R2022b MATLAB Apple Silicon beta for M1/M2 Mac » The MATLAB Blog –… read more >>

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