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# Emulating a physical experiment of measuring M&M’s2

Jiro's Pick this week is M&M statistics by Lisa R. Thompson.A common challenge I hear from educators is how to conduct courses that involve experiments or some sort of hardware interactions... read more >>

# Polygon2Voxel

Sean‘s pick this week is polygon2voxel by Dirk-Jan Kroon.
I was recently asked: “How can you find the intersecting volume of two polyhedra?”
R2017b introduced polyshape to MATLAB… read more >>

Sean‘s pick this week is Mex Multithreading by Dirk-Jan Kroon.

My pick this week is an example of how to write multithreaded MEX functions to take advantage of more of your… read more >>

# Data Acquisition Tool3

Sean's pick this week is Data Acquisition Tool by Isaac Noh. Data Acquisition Hardware Have you ever wanted to bring data directly from hardware into MATLAB or... read more >>

# Control Excel using ActiveX1

Jiro's pick this week is The X Collection by Yvan Lengwiler. My day job is a customer training engineer. I get to take people who have never used MATLAB or Simulink to the point where ... read more >>

# Remove Default Excel Sheets1

Sean's pick this week is RemoveSheet123 by Noam Greenboim. Working with MATLAB And Excel Recently, I've been doing data analysis for colleagues who are not MATLAB... read more >>

# Fit a Sphere!

Sean's pick this week is Sphere Fit by Alan Jennings. Fitting a Sphere to Data I recently had some data and wanted to fit a sphere through... read more >>

# Self-Balancing Wheeled Robot

Jiro's pick this week is Self-Balancing Robot by Yorihisa Yamamoto. This one comes from Tokyo, Japan. I am currently here for a few weeks working with the Application Engineers at the... read more >>

# MATLAB Puzzler: Finding the two closest points29

Here is a new MATLAB Puzzler.
Given two vectors representing the X and Y coordinates of some points, find the two closest points in Cartesian space.

n = 10;
x = rand(1,n);
y = rand(1,n);