In the third and final installment of the series, Praneet will discuss 6 key toolboxes that can be used for Automating Tests and Building Test Applications:
MATLAB Compiler SDK
MATLAB Production Server
Spreadsheet Link for Microsoft Excel
Part 2 of 3 – Praneet will discuss 5 toolboxes that can be used for analysing your tests data:
• Curve Fitting Toolbox
• Signal Processing Toolbox
• DSP System Toolbox
• Image Processing Toolbox
• Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox
Gideon du Rand is an Econometrics lecturer at Stellenbosch University, Gideon lectures Mathematical Economics, Advanced Econometrics, Micro and Macroeconomics. Find out how he uses MATLAB for teaching concepts in a visual and interactive way.
The MATLAB and Simulink environment for analysis provides the tools you need to acquire data and automate tasks.
In this three part series, you will learn more about Test and Measurement Solutions.
Winner of our Vac Work Student competition, Jacques du Plessis shows you some ways in which you can use MATLAB to process signals using the Signal Processing Toolbox. You’ll find it’s easier than you think.
Find out how you can look under the hood of a Convolutional Neural Network and find out what is happening in the different layers so that you can gain insight into how we perform classification or find features using a neural net. Using MATLAB, it becomes simple to take apart a network and visualise the steps taken in each layer.
One of our 2017 Vac Work Students Nadine Dempers talks about Predictive Maintenance with MATLAB. If you work with equipment that experiences failures or needs to be maintained on a regular basis, learning more about predictive maintenance could only be to your advantage.
With MATLAB, you can perform analysis and gain insight into your data in a fraction of the time required with spreadsheets or traditional programming languages.
The video presents an overview of how MATLAB can add value to the Finance Industry as an all-in-one platform that supports the entire computational finance workflow.
Opti-Num Consultant, Richard Fisher, shares this nugget of wisdom that makes it easier to program functions with varying numbers inputs and outputs without having to specify them.