# yabo 11选5Turn ideas into MATLAB

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# Building a Wordle solver

Today's guest blogger is Adam Filion, a Senior Data Scientist at MathWorks. Adam has worked on many areas of data science at MathWorks, including helping customers understand and implement data... read more >>

# Pattern from 1997: using feval8

In the early 1990s, to avoid eval and all of its quirks (if you don't know about this, DON'T look it up - it's totally discouraged), we recommended using feval for evaluating functions that might... read more >>

# yabo9

Benefits of Refactoring CodeI have seen a lot of code in my life, including code from many different people written for many different purposes, and in many different "styles". These styles range... yabo

# xinyabo官网2

Seventeen? Why 17? Well, as a high school student, I attended HCSSIM, a summer program for students interested in math. There we learned all kinds of math you don't typically learn about until... xinyabo官网

# What Do MATLAB and Games Have in Common?5

Today I want to introduce you to Jake Mitchell, a MATLAB user that I knew of and someone recently reminded me of again. Jake is a mechanical engineering major who is interested in data science. He... read more >>

# A faster and more accurate sum8

Today's guest blogger is Christine Tobler, who's a developer at MathWorks working on core numeric functions.Hi everyone! I'd like to tell you a story about round-off error, the algorithm used in sum,... read more >>

# Cone Programming and Optimal Discrete Dynamics

Today's guest blogger is Alan Weiss, who writes documentation for Optimization Toolbox™ and other mathematical toolboxes.Table of ContentsCone Programming Discrete Dynamics With Cone... read more >>

# Finding the Optimal Value13

Have you ever needed to solve an optimization problem where there were local minima? What strategy do you use to solve it, trying to find the "best" answer? Today I'm going to talk about a simple... read more >>

# Sharing and Running MATLAB Code in the Cloud2

Table of ContentsLots of Code, Lots of Places Shared Files Code Reproducibility and Reuse Sites that Host MATLAB Interoperability with Other Languages Resources ConclusionsThere are lots of ways... read more >>

# webcam, tiledlayout, AI, and a Refrigerator !?!1

Before the pandemic (actually a couple of years before), as I was trying to find a super easy way to show the power of a pre-trained network in MATLAB, I made this example from my desk in the office.... read more >>

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