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Circles All the Way Down

This is a story about how ideas  and code bounce around our shared social spaces. This one went from Twitter to GitHub to my computer and now to you in my blog. Social serendipity has really been amplified by all the forms of community sharing available to us these days…. read more >>

Stay Connected using MATLAB and 亚搏国际网页

Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, engineers and scientists are finding themselves suddenly working from home or other remote locations. We’d like to help you continue to use MATLAB and 亚搏国际网页 productively. We hope this brief collection of resources will help you access MATLAB, collaborate and connect with others, and… read more >>

Nor’easters and Wind Roses 1

Where I live, in the northeast part of the United States, we have a special storm that goes by the name “nor’easter”. Do we call it that because that’s where we live? No. We call it that because, during a nor’easter, the wind blows hard and steady from the northeast…. read more >>

Visualizing Square Roots with Elias Wegert 5

Quick, what’s the square root of -1? Okay, I know. That’s an easy one. But how about the square root of i? If it’s been a while since you took complex analysis, you might have to scratch your head a little bit. Fortunately, MATLAB can just tell us. … read more >>

Leap Days on Mars 1

February 29th is right around the corner. It’s been hibernating for the past three years, snuggling in its secret den between February 28th and March 1st. But it’s just about to emerge again, stretching the calendar and irritating impatient March…. read more >>

A Frightful Error 2

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 can’t be far away. How can we honor the season with appropriately… read more >>

Mathematical Visualization with Plywood and Power Tools 2

This is Hollis Potter (he’s the one on the right). He works on the 亚搏体育app网站下载链 team here at MathWorks. On the table next to Hollis is an L-shaped membrane, the same shape that forms the MathWorks logo. If you wanted to make something like this out of plywood, I’m sure… read more >>

Beach Math Reading 4

There you are, sprawled on a poolside lounge chair in the afternoon heat as reggae music drifts by. Gentle splashing sounds mingle with the hum of the hot tub. A frozen margarita rests within easy reach of your dangling arm. From this languor, one clear thought forms: MATH READING. You… read more >>