I often export to Excel to share results with others. In doing so I control the format of the output with a template with column widths and heading colors that I have talked about in previous videos (saving to a template, replicating a work
Dear friends, we: Louvere Walker-Hannon, an application engineer who assists customers doing deep learning and data analytics, Shruti Karulkar, a quality engineering lead for test and measurement, and Anoush Najarian, a performance engineer
This post is from a talk given by Justin Pinkney at a recent MATLAB Expo.
Today’s example will walk through using image processing and deep learning to automatically solve a Sudoku puzzle.
Those red numbers in the puzzle have been aut
Hello all! I was reading up on Guy's blog the other day and remembered his great post showing a Simulink Test workflow with Jenkins and GitLab. One thing I thought was cool in his musings was how he set it up to store the results so that yo
This post comes to us courtesy of David Wey. David leads the MathWorks Online Community group in our Natick office.
If you use MATLAB Answers, you may have wondered why you enter your question (or answer) in one area and see a preview in a
Idin's pick this week is Winner II Channel Model for Communications Toolbox by MathWorks Communications System Toolbox Team.
Further Details on WINNER Project and WIN
I am addicted. I keep coming back to John Conway's Game of Life. Years ago, I wrote a chapter about Life in Experiments with MATLAB. I wrote a three-part series about Life shortly after I started blogging. Part 1, Part 2, Part 3. I have
Today’s guest post is by Maitreyee Mordekar. Maitreyee is in charge of the MathWorks student drone competitions. She'll be sharing first hand experience from an event where students were progamming the PARROT Mambo Minidrone using Simulink.
This post introduces an example project I recently submitted to MATLAB Central: Four-Cylinder Engine Ignition Control Simulation
This project was made in collaboration with Isaac Hisahiro Ito at Toyota Motor North America R&D. Inside this
The answer to the above question is the Parker Solar Probe. And the probe is about to to complete its first perihelion, or fly-by of the sun.
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="601"] Illustration of Parker Solar Probe approaching the
Sean's pick this week is Mathematical modelling of an outbreak of zombie infection by E. Cheynet.
In honor of Halloween, E. has provided us with a way to simulate zombie outbreaks! Do you have what it takes to save
I have a table of logical data, with only one true in a row. I want to find the variable name (column header) for each row where the value is true.
Features covered in this code-along style video include:
Earlier this month, I was lucky to attend the MATLAB EXPO in the UK (EXPO is an action-packed one-day user conference held every year in England). This year there was an excited buzz in the exhibit hall around one particular set of monitors
Today's guest post is by Swarooph Seshadri. Swarooph is MathWorks' liaison to EcoCar Mobility Challenge which aims to educate the next generation of automotive engineers.
Student competitions have a unique benefit of teaching students,
Ever Need to Explain... Machine Learning in a Nutshell?Do you ever need to explain something to others unfamiliar with your work what it's about? One situation I frequently face is explaining machine learning to audiences who want to learn