
Matlab – Learning the basics
 1 – What is Matlab – Why Use It?
 2 – Command line
 3 – Matlab editor
 4 – Plotting data
 5 – Using variables
 6 – Variable types
 7 – Mathematical operators
 8 – Computer memory
 9 – Get some help
 10 – IF – Control flow
 11 – FOR – Control flow
 12 – Logical operations
 13 – Matlab, an interpreted language
 14 – Preallocation
 15 – Function and subfunctions
 16 – Variable scope
 17 – Using strings
 18 – Builtin functions
 19 – The profiler
 20 – Write clear code
 21 – Debugging in Matlab
 22 – Other resources to learn Matlab
 23 – History of Matlab
Matlab intermediate
 Advanced plotting
 Converting between data types
 Rounding errors
 Using structures and cells
 Recursive functions
 Copy on Write
 Shortcircuit operators
 Matlab is columnmajor
 Using handles
 Error Handling – Try and Catch
 Organize your files
 Encrypting your code
 Making interfaces
 Making interfaces : Video tutorial
 Using GUIDATA
Matlab advanced
 Beautiful Plots in MATLAB
 File created by GUIDE
 Practical considerations on making GUIs
 Programming interfaces
 Gaming in Matlab
 Using pointers in Matlab
 Introduction to ObjectOriented Programming
 Matlab thread and java thread
 How to organize large datasets?
 How to store large datasets?
 Moving figure objects
 Professional deployment

Category Archives: Optimizing your code
Code is poetry
Today, I want to give you some insight on how to make clean Matlab code that everyone can understand. This is a rather subjective subject but as a general guideline, I think you should think about the following: Programming languages … Continue reading
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Columns and Rows are not the same
I am going to talk about arrays today..I show that Columns and Rows are not the same. I end on a few advanced optimization you can do with this. Continue reading
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On fractal graphics
I was recently browsing, just out of curiosity, an ebook by one of Matlab founder, Cleve Moller called “Experimenting with Matlab“. I recommend it to all new and experienced users of Matlab. This is quite an interesting reading to get started. On … Continue reading
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Some places, some rules
In my last post, I talked about using In place computation to limit memory usage of your calculation. I actually did not had the time to mention some important rules and limitations on this mechanism. You would be surprised but … Continue reading
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What happen at my place, stays at my place
I recently talked about the Copy on write mechanism. It ensures that, when you copy a variable, memory is handled in an optimal way. I underlined that when you use subfunction, this can be quite useful as you in effect … Continue reading
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Inline your lines
In essence, writing a Matlab program is aligning a succession of command that you send to the Matlab interpreter. Indeed, Matlab provides you with a large library of functions that you can use. The job of Mathworks is to create … Continue reading
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Look for the loop
A very well known piece of knowledge is that Matlab is bad at for loop. But you might ask: why? Matlab is an interpreted language. This means that it will take time to read each line, more than it would … Continue reading
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What’s the difference between AND and AND AND?
I guess most of you know what & means. This is the AND operator. It does something simple. If you have two variable x and y and you ask : Then a will be equal to 1 only if both … Continue reading
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Choose your variables wisely…
I am stuck home with a big fever so I hope this post is going to make sense. We’ll see! I named it against a miracle remedy that I would love to have under my hand. One of the fundamental … Continue reading
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Copy on Write in subfunctions
In my last post on Copy on Write, I didn’t talk at all about one very important consequence of the Copy on Write mechanisms. Usually, when someone is taught about subfunction, a big emphasis is made on carefully considering memory … Continue reading
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