Category Archives: Advanced

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

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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Draw me now…

In this post, I talk about Matlab calculation thread, Java thread and a very common problem : Why does this stupid call to graphic display is not executed in its time? Continue reading

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How to load Tiff stacks fast, really fast!

Loading Tiff files has been slow for many years in Matlab. Today, I am going to introduce a few lines of codes that will make all of this past history for good. Continue reading

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