# Stuart’s MATLAB VideosWatch and Learn

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# saveValue Function for Tracking Metrics Over Time, Part 5: Using datetime Objects

In the fifth video in this series about developing functions to store values over time, I use the datetime object to store the timestamp associated with the value. This video uses the code-along… read more >>

# saveValue Function for Tracking Metrics Over Time, Part 4: loadValue3

In the fourth video in this series about developing functions to store values over time, I write the loadValue function to retrieve previously stored values. This video uses the code-along style.

# saveValue Function for Tracking Metrics Over Time, Part 3: Storing as a Table2

In the third video in this series about developing functions to store values over time, I use a MATLAB table to store variables in the MAT-file. This video uses the code-along style.

# saveValue Function for Tracking Metrics Over Time, Part 2: Using a MAT-File Object

In the next video in this series of videos about developing a set of functions to store values over time, I investigate using the MAT-file object to store the values. This video uses the code-along… read more >>

# saveValue Function for Tracking Metrics Over Time, Part 1: MATLAB Test Script2

This is the first in a series of videos about developing a set of functions to store values over time. In this first video, I write a test script to capture the uses cases of the functions, which… read more >>

# MATLAB Code-Along Videos6

The next set of videos that I post, starting tomorrow, use a style similar to “code-along” videos. This style has been used to capture real-time software development in other languages… read more >>

# Reading Web Pages, Part 3: Speeding-up the Code

In the third video in his series, Matt investigates speeding up his code, starting first by using the profiler to see where most time is spent.

# Reading Web Pages, Part 2: Using try/catch to Handle Errors2

In the next video in his series on reading web pages, Matt uses a try/catch statement to make his code more robust.