# File Exchange Pick of the WeekOur best user submissions

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# Maze

Will‘s pick this week is Maze by Rodney Meyer.
This simple submission is surprisingly effective at providing hours of diversion. From the command line, you call the maze function with arguments… 更多内容 >>

# Puzzler: Working with polynomials11

This puzzler is very straightforward, so I hope to hear from some of the newer MATLAB users. I think the solution is very linear, most people would come up with the same solution. As a hint, be… 更多内容 >>

# Puzzler: Find largest connected island25

Every now and then we send MATLAB challenges through the department to help sharpen our programming skills. What amazes me is the sheer variety of solutions that people come up with.
Today, I have… 更多内容 >>

# Puzzler: Overlapping rectangles31

Today’s challenge is one where you need to figure out if two rectangles have a non-zero area of overlap.
The rectangles will be specified as follows:

Just fill in your part of the code until… 更多内容 >>

# Puzzler: Data exploration solution6

This was a fun little puzzle. I wonder how many people got to the first image, but did not continue to the real solution! Contents Load the data and... 更多内容 >>

# Puzzler: Data exploration9

This is a puzzler without explanation. Brett got it in about five minutes, some of the other folks wandering near my office got it in just under 20.
The data to explore.
Remember to use the… 更多内容 >>

# Puzzler: Six card poker22

Update: This solution was found faster than expected. I have replaced the original with a stronger solution that I was holding in reserve. Congrats to DanK for solving the original ( found here… 更多内容 >>

# Puzzler: Difficult algorithm development challenge8

This week’s puzzler is significantly harder than others we have done in the past, I would be surprised (and delighted) to see an answer before I go home tonight…
The challenge is shown… 更多内容 >>

# 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);

Brett… 更多内容 >>

# Wrap up on Puzzler: Removing columns and rows from binary matrices1

The first puzzler was a big success with 33 comments added as I write this today. I wanted to go over some highlights from the comments and code that people put out there for critique.
First off, I… 更多内容 >>

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