MATLAB is an integrated technical computing environment that combines numeric computation, advanced graphics and visualization, and a high-level programming language. MATLAB includes hundreds of functions for data analysis and visualization, numeric and symbolic computation, engineering and scientific graphics, modeling/simulation and prototyping, and programming/application development and GUI design.
We are now licensing our network MATLAB through Columbia University's servers. The NEW license.dat file and File Installation Key (FIK) necessary for installation can be obtained from the email@example.com.
Columbia University Total Academic Headcount (TAH) MATLAB Agreement
As of July 2010 MATLAB is available for download under Columbia's Campus-Wide Licensing Agreement with MathWorks. MATLAB is generally available to Columbia University faculty, staff and students. Under licensing rules, MATLAB may be installed on a personal machine as a standalone installation for a minimal cost. Please contact CUIT at firstname.lastname@example.org or (212) 854-1919 for further assistance in purchasing a standalone licensing. Here is the Matlab link at Columbia: http://cuit.columbia.edu/matlab
Instructions for installing MATLABon can be found on the MathWorks website. The license.dat file and File Installation Key (FIK) necessary for installation can be obtained from the email@example.com. Check out the visual demo on the installation at the bottom of this website.
- "Getting Started with MATLAB"
MATLAB's online tutorial which can be accessed through the MATLAB Help Browser as well as from The MathWorks website.
- "MATLAB Summary and Tutorial"
MATLAB tutorial at University of Florida.
- Techniques for Debugging MATLAB M-files
- Tools for correcting errors in MATLAB code.
- MATLAB Central
- File exchange and newsgroup access for the MATLAB & Simulink user community.
- MATLAB Newsletters
- The MathWork's electronic newsletter.
- MATLAB Upcoming Events & Webinars
- Event information page which includes upcoming and archived web seminars.