MATLAB 8.3 R2014a
Multi-paradigm numerical computing environment
By using MATLAB, you can analyze data, create applications, models and develop algorithms. Thanks to the offered tools, language and built-in mathematical functions you can scrutinize various approaches and find a solution much faster than with traditional programming languages and spreadsheets.
MATLAB can be used for a wide variety of applications that range from communications and signal processing to control systems, video processing, computational finance and biology, test and measurement.
You can use MATLAB’s built-in mathematical functions to solve all sorts of engineering and science problems. The provided numerical computation methods can help you develop algorithms, analyze data or create models.
The MATLAB language cover numerous mathematical functions with support for popular science and engineering operations. Vector and matrix calculations are smoothly executed thanks to the processor-optimized libraries used by the core math functions.
Data analyzer and visualizer
Furthermore, MATLAB comes with the necessary tools to collect, analyze and visualize data in order to gain a better understanding of your data. You can also document and share the obtained results using complex plots and reports.
What is more, you can acquire data from files, databases, external devices or other applications. MATLAB features support for spreadsheet files, text and binary files, multimedia files, as well as netCDF and HDF files.
Once the data is collected, you can manage, filter and pre-process it, perform exploratory data analysis and reveal trends, test assumptions and construct descriptive models. On top of that, you can use the built-in 2D and 3D plot functions along with the volume visualization functions to display your data.
Flexible MATLAB language
The MATLAB language offers native support for matrix and vector operations that you can use to solve a plethora of problems from different fields. Moreover, you can write programs and create algorithms without performing low-level administrative tasks. In your development process you can take advantage of numerous development tools, deploy applications and even generate standalone C code.
Reviewed by George Popescu on March 10th, 2014
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Application descriptionMATLAB integrates mathematical computing, visualization, and a powerful language to provide a flexible environment for...