Note: this blog post describes an image display feature that is new in R2019b. You can download this release from https://mathworks.com/downloads.This is my new favorite image: But that's just a 512x512 version of it. Click here for the ful
Line plots with a color order from one of our color maps are useful, and pretty.ContentsDefaultParulaJetCopperPeaksKuramotoClean upDefaultWhen you plot a two dimensional array, you ordinarily get a bunch of lines, colored like this. n = 19
You are building a game where you want to model Einsteinian relativistic physics as part of an online learning tool. The interface is desig
I am working with Indika Rajapakse and Steve Smale to investigate the stability of the dynamic system describing Kuramoto oscillators. Indika and Steve are interested in Kuramoto oscillators for two reasons; the self synchronization provide
Today's blog is written by Liping Wang. Liping joined the MathWorks Student Competition team in August of 2019. Before that, she was a system engineer that designed algorithms and verified new ideas with system or link level simulations for
It's late October. The nights are getting longer (for us North Americans, anyway), and vampire processes are sucking the life from your machine. Even a hard power cycle won't banish the ghost of yesterday's horrific memory usage. Halloween
The MATLAB app I'm currently working on has a checkbox to let the user select between two options for the behavior of the app. I want to now allow three options, so I plan to remove the check box and add a set of three radio buttons instead
Sean's pick this week is Minimal Bounding Box by Johannes Korsawe.
I was recently asked by a customer "How can I replicate the flatness measurements from a CMM machine?" A coordinate measuring machine measures geom
Today I’d like to introduce a guest blogger, David Garrison, who is a MATLAB Product Manager here at MathWorks. Dave will talk about the new feature introduced in R2019b called Live Editor Tasks which allow you to complete steps in yo
The following post is from Neha Goel, Champion of student competitions and online data science competitions. She's here to promote a new Deep Learning challenge available to everyone. If you win, you get money, plus a bonus if you use MATLA
Today we're talking to Roni Deb from Ather Energy. As a student in SRM University, Chennai between 2015 and 2017, Roni participated in Formula Student Germany, Formula Student India, and Formula Bharat.
What Did You Learn in Formula Stude
Bringing Your Images and MATLAB Mobile Closer Together
In our last blog post, we started laying out our first phase of features that brought your images and MATLAB Mobile closer together. By enabling direct uploads to MATLAB Drive from you
In my second year of grad school (1987-88), my thesis advisor asked me to develop some PC-based digital signal processing (DSP) tools to be used for computer-based lab assignments. (At the time, PC-based engineering labs were very new, l
This week’s blog post was written by guest blogger, Liz Ashforth. This time, Liz discovered research in the neuroscience field that sheds light on how different primate brains, including humans, respond to music.
Do monkeys enjoy Tchaikovs
Jiro's Pick this week is spider_plot by Moses.There are quite a few "spider plots" on the File Exchange, but this one by Moses caught my attention for a few reasons.Moses includes a detailed help inside the function.help spider_plot