Mashing up the MATLAB Central Blogs

Although there are many sites, blogs and other resources about MATLAB on the web, one is worth be the frequently accessed by users: MATLAB Central, an official exchange area for users community. Inside, there are 4 blogs I like:

  • Loren on the Art of MATLAB: Loren Shure works on design of the MATLAB language at The MathWorks. She writes here about once a week on MATLAB programming and related topics.
  • Doug’s Pick of the Week: Doug is an Application Engineer at The MathWorks. A MATLAB user since 1994, he gets paid to live, eat, and breathe MATLAB! Each week, he highlights a submission from the File Exchange that he finds useful or interesting.
  • Steve on Image Processing: Steve Eddins manages the Image & Geospatial development team at The MathWorks and coauthored Digital Image Processing Using MATLAB. He writes here about image processing concepts, algorithm implementations, and MATLAB.
  • Inside the MATLAB Desktop: The MATLAB Desktop team, comprised of eight developers, builds the main user interface for MATLAB, including the Command Window, the Editor, and the Current Directory browser.

Using pipes again, I decided to join the four feeds (what also includes some podcasts) into one:

MATLAB Blogs Pipe

If you use Netvibes, add it to your page:

Add to netvibes

To get this feed into your mobile phone, I also created a WidSets widget:

Add to my Widsets


4 responses to “Mashing up the MATLAB Central Blogs

  1. Really nice job on this! Thank you for sharing your pipes and for also for visiting the MATLAB Central blogs.


    ps. Did you know that Seth Popinchalk has just launched a new blog on Simulink, called “Seth on Simulink”?

  2. Comments like yours boost my motivation to continue blogging, specially about MATLAB.

    In respect to your question, few days ago I saw this on MATLAB Central. I do think that Simulink deserves an exclusive blog and I intend to write a post about it later.

  3. Pingback: New Simulink Blog on MATLAB Central « A few words about bits, equations and thoughts

  4. You can find another MATLAB blog here: There is a recent post about outputting HTML tables in Microsoft Word that’s pretty cool.

    Inference for MATLAB is a Microsoft Office add-in that has a point-and-click interface for adding MATLAB code, .m files, and structured data to Word and Excel documents. And regardless of whether you use Office, Inference has an integrated development environment (Inference Studio) with an intelligent editor that features breakpoints and edit-and-continue.

    Inference is currently being used by professors and students at over 50 colleges and universities through our free academic license program.

    A 2-minute overview screencast can be accessed here, along with a free 30-day trial: http://www.

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