Now that I've got most of my data processing and plotting working, I think I can start using App Designer to put it all together. I'm going to move most of the code that I have developed into the app. I will need to make modifications to th
A Unique Support Package
Speedgoat and MathWorks are offering a unique support package to select Formula Student teams.
Automotive student racing teams are typica
Antarctic Ships, Fractal and RealDavid Wilson, from the Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand, has alerted me to this remarkable coincidence. Here is the "Burning Ship" from my post about fractals four weeks ago. And here is a
Hello Everyone! It's Johanna, and Steve has allowed me to take over the blog from time to time to talk about deep learning.
I'm back for another episode of:
“Deep Learning in Action:
Cool projects created at MathWorks
Sean's pick this week is isnetavl by Rik Wisselink.
I was recently writing a function that downloads data from a public location online. I had to call it multiple times to get
data for different time ranges b
Smart pills will change the way the medical professionals treat disease. Researchers are developing tiny capsules that can be placed within a patient to communicate vital information both to and from the body. Their sensors can monitor the
Jiro's pick this week is a new feature in R2018a to maximize/minimize the figure window.For quite some time, people have created many entries for controlling the state of figure windows. Some of them set the figure position to match the siz
Phew… that was hot!
Last week was more than warm here in the Northeast. Meteorologists called the phenomena an oppressive heat dome. We weren’t alone in our suffering. In fact, much of the globe was in record-setting territory.
A few days ago I had to debug a very large model generating an error similar to the following:
In my case, the loop involved more than a hundred blocks and signals spread everywhere in the model and combined in buses, which was making it
Here are the first 12 integers from an infinite sequence defined by a deceptively simple rule. Can you see the pattern? Try to predict the next number in the sequence.0, 1, 3, 6, 2, 7, 13, 20, 12, 21, 11, 22
In July, 2016, I selected Philip Kollmansberger’s useful File Exchange contribution Skeleton3D as the Pick of the Week. I’d like to revisit that particular blog post today, if I may. For those of you who don’t yet have acc
Very early on in this blog (2006!), I wrote a post on memoizing functions, i.e., caching results so outputs that have already been calculated don't need to be calculated again (code included at the end of this post). Memoization can provide
MathWorks was recently at RoboCup 2018 in Montreal, Canada. Over the 7 days of this event, we got a lot done. In this post, Sebastian Castro will discuss one of the collaboration efforts he worked on.
One of my favorite things
I need to perform a number of checks on the values in a large table. Currently I implement the checks in code in a script. I find it can be cumbersome if I want enable or disable certain checks, as I need to comment out or use a if/then. Lo
The incredible growth and adoption of cloud based services make it an exciting time to be working at MathWorks with its rich history of technology to supercharge scientific computing workflows.
The scale and power of the public and private