What is missing from MATLAB #2 - the next decade edition

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Rik
Rik on 31 Jul 2020
Commented: cui on 5 Jan 2023 at 6:52
Meta threads have a tendency to grow large. This has happened several times before (the wishlist threads #1 #2 #3 #4 #5, and 'What frustrates you about MATLAB?' #1 and #2).
No wonder that a thread from early 2011 has also kept growing. After just under a decade there are (at time of writing) 119 answers, making the page slow to load and navigate (especially on mobile). So after a friendly nudge; here is a new thread for the things that are missing from Matlab.
Same question: are there things you think should be possible in Matlab, but aren't? What things are possible with software packages similar to Matlab that Matlab would benefit from? (note that you can also submit an enhancement request through support, although I suspect they will be monitoring activity on this thread as well)
What should you post where?
Wishlist threads (#1 #2 #3 #4 #5): bugs and feature requests for Matlab Answers
Frustation threads (#1 #2): frustations about usage and capabilities of Matlab itself
Missing feature threads (#1 #2): features that you whish Matlab would have had
Next Gen threads (#1): features that would break compatibility with previous versions, but would be nice to have
@anyone posting a new thread when the last one gets too large (about 50 answers seems a reasonable limit per thread), please update this list in all last threads. (if you don't have editing privileges, just post a comment asking someone to do the edit)

Answers (35)

cui
cui on 7 Feb 2021
Edited: cui on 8 Feb 2021
Deep Learning toolbox:
How to visualize the changes in dlarray/weight distribution with histograms in deep learning?
Histogram displays how the trend of tensor (weight, bias, gradient, etc.) changes during the training process in the form of histogram. Developers can adjust the model structures accurately by having an in-depth understanding of the effect of each layer.
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cui
cui on 5 Jan 2023 at 6:52
it's lucky to hear that recently matlab version support deepnetwork visualize weight distribution. here is one example link

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cui
cui on 7 Feb 2021
Edited: cui on 1 Apr 2021
Deep Learning toolbox:
and so on....
The above are influential applications of deep learning in various aspects, but it is difficult to reproduce in matlab. Although Matlab2019b version supports automatic differentiation mechanism, it is still difficult to implement algorithms in matlab. The efficiency of the differentiation mechanism is not high, and many operators do not support it. I tried to implement the more famous yolov3/v4 algorithm with the latest MATLAB2020a version, but it is still not satisfactory
In summary, my personal suggestions are like my personal answer above, and I hope that future versions can improve a lot!
以上都为深度学习在各个方面有影响力的应用,但是在matlab中复现困难,虽然Matlab2019b版本支持自动微分机制,但仍然不易在matlab实现算法,微分机制效率不高,很多operators也不支持。。。
总之,我的个人建议就像上面的个人回答建议一样,我希望将来的版本可以有所改善!
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cui
cui on 24 Sep 2021
I have been following the latest development progress of "deeplearning toolbox", and although there are many new features listed, most of them are superficial improvements with very limited substantive support for the "operator", which is still very inadequate for experienced and in-depth researchers.
I hope that mathworks will seriously develop basic modules for the toolbox, instead of small features that are not very important to attract beginners.
我一直在关注“deeplearning toolbox”的最新开发进展,虽然有很多新的功能项被列出来,但这些大部分都是表面上改进,实质上的支持operator非常有限,对于有经验的深入研究者来说还显现的非常不足。

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dpb
dpb on 10 Sep 2020
Editor won't restrict a substituion to selected area...best it knows of is the function. Uncool in the max! I'm now having to fix up a bunch of stuff shouldn't have to have done... :(

Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 13 Sep 2020
A "soft interrupt" -- that is, an interrupt that can be handled with try/catch .
For example I am running a long calculation at the moment that iterates several times, and each iteration can take more than an hour. I don't always have the patience to wait through as many iterations as I asked for. For my purposes, the output of the last successful iteration would be "good enough" if I were to ask to interrupt the function.
I can control-C, but that interrupts the function completely, losing all of the outputs, and losing the function variables.
If I could somehow "soft interrupt" and have it return the current values of all variables, then that would be good enough for my current task. But the generalization of that would be the ability to catch a soft interrupt in a try/catch so that the code could make whatever final summariziation it needed to in order to create usable output variables. Furthermore, even though my own routine might be happy to return the "last good" values of the output variables, any soft-interrupt I requested might well get received while some lower-level routine had control that did not know about soft-interrupts, so I would want interrupt (with no return values) to apply to those layers until control reached my handler for a clean run-down.
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Sindar
Sindar on 3 Oct 2020
My solution in a similar case was to check whether a certain file ('FAIL_MODE.txt') exists in the directory at the end of each iteration. If it does, break the loop. Then, to stop the program, all I had to do was create the file (which is pretty trivial unless Matlab has frozen the whole computer)

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Michael Foote
Michael Foote on 20 Oct 2021
In the code analyzer, there is no easy way to find what #ok directive controls a particular flagged issue.
(And no overall list of the available #ok directives, at least that I can find. Even the enable/disable messages in preferences don't show them.)
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Steven Lord
Steven Lord on 22 Sep 2022
Perhaps the codeIssues function introduced in release R2022b will be of use to you. The CheckID variable in the issues table stored in the codeIssues object is the identifier you'd use in the %#ok pragma to suppress Code Analyzer's reporting of that particular issue.

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Shae Morgan
Shae Morgan on 31 Jul 2020
facet_wrap or facet_grid (or general ggplot2 functionality) version of subplots, or some altered, simpler customizability for subplotting subsets of data.
gramm is an available toolbox, but it'd be nice to have it built in

Rafael S.T. Vieira
Rafael S.T. Vieira on 31 Jul 2020
Edited: Rafael S.T. Vieira on 31 Jul 2020
I would love to have a command TeX2sym and sym2TeX. With it, we could bring formulas from LaTeX and run them in MATLAB and the other way around. It is a tedious work doing it by hand, and I could bet most MATLAB users do it or will do it eventually.
Another useful feature to add would be arbitrary-precision arithmetic...languages such as python and Java (with Bignum), allows unlimited precision when dealing with integers at least. Granted that It is slow, but I believe that the MATLAB team could do something better. And I honestly feel like MATLAB is missing a feature by not having it...even some competing software has it.
And finally I was considering buying the Text Analytics Toolbox, and it would be nice, if it could have a grammar/spell checker. Even if it is not as advanced or doesn't contain all words. With live scripts, we can write an interactive document, so it would be nice if MATLAB could correct our spelling (even if it required a ToolBox to do it).
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Rafael S.T. Vieira
Rafael S.T. Vieira on 1 Aug 2020
Edited: Rafael S.T. Vieira on 1 Aug 2020
Thank you for your interest, Walter and Rik. I believe that It is best to teach ourselves to code in a particular way, which will allow MATLAB to convert it to sym, than to be doing the task by hand every time.
Operator precedence could take care some of these issues. If \sin x + y was the input, then left-to-right precedence could dictate the output to be sin(x) + y. And to obtain sin(x+y), we would have to code in LaTeX \sin{x+y} or \sin(x+y).
Implied multiplication is indeed very common in mathematics and latex. On the other hand, it is also almost ubiquitous that variables are written just as single letters (especially if we are writing implied multiplication).
Finally, a command like tex2sym does not need to contemplate every math package imho, just some set of commands and macros. MATLAB could even return its best guess, and let us do the remainder of the task. Of course, ideally, we would just copy the contents from environments like $$ and \[ ... \] and paste them into MATLAB for a tex2sym conversion.

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 9 Sep 2020
I know I've said it before, but it's still missing and still important:
We need a way to gather all of the outputs of function call into a cell in the middle of an expression .
I know this may be tricky to implement internally. There are internal rules that are hard to work out, that have to do with how many outputs to request from functions. For example,
[A, B] = cellfun(@C, D, 'uniform', 0)
somehow passes knowledge of "two outputs" to C -- for example if you were to use @max then A would be a cell array of the maxima and B would be a cell array of the indices. The situation can get more complicated than this, and figuring out all the cases can make your head hurt. But we do know that any expression C(D(E)) that D(E) will be evaluated asking for exactly one output and that would be passed into C... but the knowledge of multiple outputs would be passed to C and yet not D.
The number of outputs to use is not inherently clear. If for example you call ode45 and ask to gather the outputs, are you asking for the common TOUT, YOUT case, or the full TOUT,YOUT,TE,YE,IE ? There are some cases where extra outputs can be expensive to calculate, so even though an operation that gathered "maximum" outputs might be useful, it is not always desireable, so ability to select the number would be useful.
Then there are issues with, for example, deal(), where you can have any number of outputs with just a single input:
[A,B,C,D] = deal(123)
would initialize A, B, C, and D all to 123. So if you ask to gather "all" of the outputs from deal(123), that number is not well defined.
Working these things out is not trivial -- but it is a really missing bit of the language.
There might be an opportunity for a syntax such as {}name -- e.g.,
arrayfun(@(X0) {}ode45(@f, tspan, X0), x0s)
meaning to gather all of the outputs of the call. At present, {} is not valid before a name.
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 10 Sep 2020
Bruno,
Imagine that you want to implement
[temp{1:3}] = ndgrid(-1:.1:1);
C = cell2mat(cellfun(@(M) M(:), temp, 'uniform', 0);
That is, you want a single array in which each of the columns is one of the outputs of ndgrid(). And you want to do it as a single expression.
ndgrid() does not have a fixed number of outputs -- it is not like sin() with one fixed outputs, or max with two fixed outputs. nargout(@ndgrid) is -1 -- in other words the declaration is like
function varargout = ndgrid(varargin)
If you wanted to capture all of the outputs of max() then you could query ndgrid(@max) to get 2:
function outputs = gather_outputs(f, varargin)
n = nargout(f);
[outputs{1:n}] = f(varargin{:});
end
and you could
gather_outputs(@max, rand(3,5))
and this would be fine for gathering the two outputs of max into a single cell array.
But if we try to
gather_outputs(@deal, [])
then nargout(@deal) is -1 and if we said "Okay, take the absolute value of that -1" then we would be doing
[outputs{1:1}] = deal([])
which would give you just {[]} as the output.
This shows that you cannot just look at nargout() of the function you are invoking, such as @max or @deal .
Can we just look at nargout of the overall expression to determine the number of outputs to use for deal? No,
C = cell2mat(cellfun(@(M) M(:), gather_outputs(@ndgrid, -1:.1:1), 'uniform', 0));
would at best tell you that nargout is 1 (the C variable). You need something else to tell you the number of outputs you want to get -- something like
function outputs = gather_n_outputs(f, n, varargin)
[outputs{1:n}] = f(varargin{:});
end
and then you could
C = cell2mat(cellfun(@(M) M(:), gather_n_outputs(@ndgrid, 3, -1:.1:1), 'uniform', 0));
The request is to build this kind of facility in to MATLAB instead of having to write true functions like gather_n_outputs and have to pass function handles into them. Some syntax like
C = cell2mat(cellfun(@(M) M(:), {3}ndgrid(-1:.1:1), 'uniform',0));
where the hypothethical new syntax {3} indicates that you are requesting 3 outputs and that you want them gathered in a cell array. A common alternate syntax would be {} to request all of the outputs, like
C = cellfun(@(V) V.^2, {}max(rand(3,5)), 'uniform', 0)
which would hypothetically gather both (all) outputs of the max() call into a cell array that would then be available for further processing.
If you just used
C = cellfun(@(V) V.^2, max(rand(3,5)), 'uniform', 0)
then the knowledge of the single output would be carried through into the cellfun, which would tell max() to only emit a single output, so you would not get the second output processed. And the first output would be numeric not cell, so you would need arrayfun instead of cellfun...)

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cui
cui on 7 Feb 2021
Edited: cui on 8 Feb 2021
MATLAB
I very much hope that the official version will strengthen the readstruct function in the future! Lack of complete uniformity to support more format requirements.

Jim Svensson
Jim Svensson on 24 Oct 2021
Fix the semantics of "clear".
"clear all" does not clear all, but "clear classes" does. Go figure. I want a way to clear classes and only classes.
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Jim Svensson
Jim Svensson on 24 Oct 2021
Clear also cannot clear specific classes in different packages if they have the same name. I.e. pkg1.my_class, and pkg2.my_class. Matlab's package system is broken, but at least some things could be improved.

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Seth Wagenman
Seth Wagenman on 31 Aug 2020
Ability to convert Python items to MATLAB data types (other than numpy arrays) inside of MATLAB, rather than inside of Python using the admin-rights-required API: https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/matlab_external/install-the-matlab-engine-for-python.html?s_tid=srchtitle
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Steven Lord
Steven Lord on 22 Sep 2022
There's an entry in the Release Notes for release R2022b that discusses converting scalar logical and numeric Python types to MATLAB types.

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Sindar
Sindar on 5 Nov 2020
Ok, this is pretty minor, but:
For common functions that return values as the first output and indices as the second, it would be nice if there was a direct way of getting the indices, so I could do things like this:
x = [1 2 5 4 5];
y = 1:5;
y_xsorted = y(sortInd(x));
% or
y_xunique = y(unique(x,'ia'));
instead of needing to create temporary variables:
x = [1 2 5 4 3];
y = 1:5;
[~,idx] = sort(x);
y_xsorted = y(idx);
[~,idx] = unique(x);
y_xunique = y(idx);
I know I could make wrappers myself, but this seems like a case where a builtin function could potentially be noticeably optimized. (And, is more straightforward than rebuilding the whole output system)

Tim
Tim on 5 Nov 2020
The following changes to the internal volume renderer would make Matlab much more useful for volume visualization:
  • True RGB volume visualization (vs. just scalar data + colormap)
  • Independent, decoupled specification of alpha values and intensity values
  • The ability to combine volume images with standard axes and axes objects like points, lines, patches, etc.
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 24 Aug 2022
And add the ability to pass axes scales, similar to the image() XData property, and maybe even support irregularly spaced points

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Mario Malic
Mario Malic on 13 Nov 2020
When typing code, if user wants to reference a variable or a function, one could click tab and get a matching list of functions and variables. Would it be useful to split this functionality with modifier if user wants to reference one of the two? As an example Shift +Tab for variables and Tab for functions and variables (not to break the current functionality).

Bruno Luong
Bruno Luong on 17 Nov 2020
Edited: Bruno Luong on 17 Nov 2020
No big deal but I wish SIGN(X) function could return 1 for X=0 instead of 0. May be implementing an option to not break the compatibility.
I just rarely use SIGN because of this exception choice.
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Star Strider
Star Strider on 18 Nov 2021
I’m not up on IEEE 754 standards obviously, so signed zeros are new.

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Camilo Andres Manrique Escobar
One thing would be: defining classes in notebooks (Live Scripts in MATLAB case). That's a normal thing for years now in Python, for example.

Jim Svensson
Jim Svensson on 24 Oct 2021
Maintain dimensions when getting a field of a class.
If Data is a 3x2x4 array of objects/structs with a field "foo", then Data.foo should be an 3x2x4 array of the type of "foo". Not a 1x24 array, or is it the other way around.
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Jim Svensson
Jim Svensson on 24 Oct 2021
Yes you are right, now I remember. Always have to do something like "foo = [Data.foo]".

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gwoo
gwoo on 26 Oct 2021
Being able to access the properties/methods/fields of an object/struct even after indexing into one would be a big deal.
Currently, if you have a struct A, with fields size and count, you could do A. then tab to show the options for the fields. But if you do A(1). you cannot now tab to show the options for the fields. Same with an object. So the discoverability is gone.
I want to be able to index into an object/struct and still have the available fields/properties/methods for that parent show up.
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Paul
Paul on 27 Oct 2021
I just tried this on 2020b and hitting tab after A(1). showed the fields.

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Bruno Luong
Bruno Luong on 27 Oct 2021
Edited: Bruno Luong on 27 Oct 2021
Probably it breaks compatibility, but it would make functions/operators svd, *, ', .' dealing with n-d arrays similar to pagesvd, pagemtimes, ... followed by appropriated reshape.
Extend the pagexxx with matrix left/right division, lu, qr, chol, eig, etc...
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Bruno Luong
Bruno Luong on 2 Jan 2023 at 9:22
Edited: Bruno Luong on 2 Jan 2023 at 9:23
Good idea
pagemtimes(A,B,C)
User should be able somehow to control the associativity, meaning equivalent to
pagemtimes(A,pagemtimes(B,C))
or
pagemtimes(pagemtimes(A,B),C)

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dpb
dpb on 1 Jan 2023 at 17:36
Maybe there's a way I've not found, but I wish arrayfun and cellfun would have automagic argument expansion so one could pass other arguments to the anonymous function without having to replicate them manually to match the others. This would add greatly to the convenience in using either; the present working example happens to be building a set of target range expressions to stuff into a cell array that will be written to Excel although that really has nothing to do with the request/enhancement, just happens to be current time was frustrated that there's no way to pass constants to the anonymous functions to allow them to be generalized.
Example:
Building a variably-sized workbook where it is desirable that the sums over a section of the sheet be formulas rather than the current fixed constant value of the data as the sheet will subsequently be modified by hand; the tool is to build the original working pattern by compending various data sources and arranging for the end user...
It boils down to the point at which one has a set of row range indices and a set of columns over which to build the formula and insert into the cell array which is subsequently written to the workbook. That code looks something like
% anonymous function that builds Excel =SUM(r1:r2) expression for given row range, column
xlsSumRange=@(r1,r2,c)strcat('=SUM(',xlsAddr(r1,c),':',xlsAddr(r2,c),')');
% typical use
col=xlsCol2Col('G'); % another internal translation layer of local array position from Excel column
cOut(isTotal,col)=arrayfun(@(r1,r2,c)xlsSumRange(r1,r2,c),RS1,RS2,repmat('G',numel(RS)-1,1),'UniformOutput',0);
col=xlsCol2Col('K'); % another internal translation layer of local array position from Excel column
cOut(isTotal,col)=arrayfun(@(r1,r2,c)xlsSumRange(r1,r2,c),RS1,RS2,repmat('K',numel(RS)-1,1),'UniformOutput',0);
This works, but the expression "repmat('G',numel(RS)-1,1)" needed is really inconvenient and clutters up the code legibility greatly. I've had any number of similar case in the past where an anonymous function is useful shorthand but then to use more than once requires a workaround like the above.
The alternative is to redefine the anonymous function dynamically and embed the constant inside it for the given invocation.
To visualize, an example output for the above for one invocation looks like for the call with column 'G'
K>> arrayfun(@(r1,r2,c)xlsSumRange(r1,r2,c),RS1,RS2,repmat('K',numel(RS)-1,1),'UniformOutput',0);
ans =
3×1 cell array
{'=SUM($G$3:$G$17)' }
{'=SUM($G$22:$G$372)' }
{'=SUM($G$377:$G$414)'}
K>>
The above could be in a loop over the number of columns instead of using the explicit columns, but was part of still rearranging the output file structure at the time...and, haven't taken the time to clean it all up yet...
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Andrew Janke
Andrew Janke on 4 Jan 2023 at 4:07
+1 on this, @dpb. This "implicit scalar expansion for (array|cell)fun args" is a use case I've had occasional cause to want, and haven't been able to figure out a good way to do, except for ditching arrayfun and Functional Programming style and inverting the logic/control-flow to just write a vectorized or "regular Matlab" version of the function I'm trying to do.
In other use cases, as long as I don't care about method-call overhead, I've been able to wrap the value to be expanded in an "infinite copies" array, like this SPAM thing here:
classdef SPAM
% "spam" a value to every element of an infinite virtual array
properties
Value
end
methods
function this = SPAM(x)
this.Value = x;
end
function out = subsref(this, S) %#ok<INUSD>
out = this.Value;
end
end
end
But that doesn't seem to work with cellfun/arrayfun, because it looks like they do an explicit "size(...)" test on their inputs before trying to index in to them.
>> x = magic(3);
>> z = arrayfun(@plus, x, SPAM(420))
Error using arrayfun
All of the input arguments must be of the same size and shape.
Previous inputs had size 3 in dimension 1. Input #3 has size 1
>> spam = SPAM(420);
>> z = NaN(size(x)); for i = 1:numel(z); z(i) = x(i) + spam(i); end
>> z
z =
428 421 426
423 425 427
424 429 422
>>
Can't say I blame Matlab for this, though. I like explicit size-conformity checks; catches bugs more often than it prevents features.

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Mikhail
Mikhail on 2 Aug 2020
Some (well, most) dynamic programming languages allow for an experienced developer to have an insight look into how their code is actually executed by the runtime environment.
They are able to see the parse tree and the compiled byte code.
They are able to see what parts of code are JIT-compiled, and how exactly the are compiled. When something is not compiled, they are able to see why.
The developer doesn't have to guess whether a particular optimization has kicked in or not. They know for sure how each and every object in their code is handled (whether it is CoW, passed by reference, passed by value).
I'd love to see these capabilities in MATLAB, too.
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Rik
Rik on 2 Aug 2020
That doesn't make the function horrible, it just means the function is not suited to your needs. I don't complain that my hypothetical electric stove can't cool things down, even though with a TEC it is possible to both heat and cool down things with a single electrically powered device.
Although you could re-use a lot of the internals of readfile to fix double UTF-8 encoded files, the problem is not the function, it's the double encoding. Fixing double encoding is a different task from reading a file correctly. It wouldn't be a matter of 'mending my function', it would be re-using internal functions for a different goal. The word 'mending' implies my function is broken, but returning a double encoded file in a corrected form is not living up to the contract that the name of the function is offering.
Also, there are more reasons to close down the source than just thinking your users are dumb (suggesting otherwise sounds a lot like assuming bad faith). As an example: if you want to provide a function for a license fee, it would be plain stupid to have your license check in an m-file, since it would be almost trivial to circumvent.

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dpb
dpb on 6 Sep 2020
Edited: dpb on 6 Sep 2020
A ready-built insertion method for tables, arrays, etc., so don't have to do all the under-the-hood indexing manually...given an array of the right size and matching index, if had table (say), then
tMyTable=insert(tMyTable,indices,tNewData);
ideally, an option with keyword 'Empty', T|F would be available as well.
Maybe I'm missing some magic pixie dust, but I've been unable to figure out a way to this without physically moving a section at a time to insert the new row which means working from rear to front to avoid changing the indices to the insertion points or by catenating the pieces starting from the front.
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dpb
dpb on 22 Sep 2022
Edited: dpb on 23 Sep 2022
No, the feature/extension doesn't yet exist; the 'Before/After' position is one value, whether it is provided as index, variable name or logical vector. The logical vector, while a vector, can have only one true position.
I'm suggesting N new variables should be able to be added, each at some specified position -- use case/example is to add the column of means following each variable, for example. As is, they all have to go in one place and then get rearranged or added one-at-a-time.

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 12 Oct 2020
A "select" clause for readtable() and kin.
For example one user only wanted to read the rows in which one particular variable had a particular value
It could at some point be implemented in terms of a rowfun() type function that got passed the variables for a row and could make arbitrary decisions based upon the row contents.
However an earlier stage could potentially have pairs of variable names (or numbers) and a vector or cell array of values, in which the selection code did an ismember(). Such a facility could be further improved if there were a "sorted" option (so the code could figure out when to give up looking -- any one value should no longer be looked for if a larger value were encountered). Or even "grouped", which would not imply sorted as such but would imply that when you find a value that all the instances of that value that exist will be in adjacent rows and so as soon as you detect a change you can know to give up looking for that value.

Bruno Luong
Bruno Luong on 6 Nov 2020
Implement family of (numerical) data structure with O(1) inserttion, removal, that includes chain-list, binary tree, Fibonachi tree, red-black tree etc, etc, ... the performance must be focus point. Don't care if they are encapsulated or not in the OP, just don't make that reduce the performace.

Bruno Luong
Bruno Luong on 6 Nov 2020
Implement equivalent to C inline-function (or macro) so as calling this function on small data won't be penalized in speed with the over-head.

cui
cui on 19 Feb 2021
Edited: cui on 29 Sep 2022
Deep Learning toolbox:
groupedConvolution2dLayer since R2019a support, but groupedConvolution3dLayer don't support ??? (until R2020b)
update:
R2022b still can't support
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Adam Danz
Adam Danz on 23 Feb 2021