Category Archives: Advanced

These posts are for those who want to push their Matlab skills to their limit.

Error Handling – Using Try and Catch

Typically when using Matlab, if the program encounters some bug, you will hear the system bell and see the dreaded red text show up in the command window. So what do you do if you absolutely need your programs to … Continue reading

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Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming in Matlab

In this long overdue post, I help you get started with Object Oriented Programming (OOP) in Matlab. We start with a little bit of history of OOP, talk about why and when this is useful and turn to few Matlab … Continue reading

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How to share your figure in the cloud

Today is a special post for a new online tool that hold some very interesting future. It’s about a new online tool from plot.ly, a startup company in Montreal. I like their work a lot and decided it was worth giving them … Continue reading

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The past, present and future of numerical computing

This post serves as an introduction to numerical computing as well as a nice overview of the current landscape of numerical calculation. I also present some of my perspectives on the future of the field which could raise general interest, … Continue reading

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Professional deployment of Matlab code

This post marks the one year existence of this blog. I started writing in the hope to help folks get started with Matlab and also help rise the general quality of Matlab codes. Traffic have risen steadily in the last year … Continue reading

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Using pointers in Matlab

In this post, I first introduce you to the world of pointer and then shows you how to use them in Matlab for real. Continue reading

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Child swapping

Today I am going to present a technique that is very useful when you have to manipulate figure windows, reuse them in a different context or concatenate them together. Continue reading

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