Hans Scharler New Community Feature: AI Chat Playground
Last activity on 1 Mar 2024 at 9:09 29

The File Exchange team is thrilled to introduce a more streamlined approach to working with GitHub and File Exchange - the MATLAB and Simulink Integration for GitHub!
Key Enhancements:
- Improves the existing connection between File Exchange and GitHub, ensuring quicker reflection of changes made in GitHub within File Exchange.
- Aligns with GitHub's standard and supported approach to building integrations.
Action Required for File Exchange Contributors!
If you are a File Exchange contributor and have linked any submissions to GitHub, it is essential to install the App.
Starting April 16, 2024, your File Exchange submissions will no longer update automatically unless you take the following steps:
1. Visit your My File Exchange page.
2. Follow the prompts on the page to install MATLAB and Simulink Integration for GitHub.
3. Complete the necessary steps in GitHub.
4. Return to the My File Exchange page and verify the installation.
A detailed description of the process is available here.
If you prefer your File Exchange submission not to update automatically from GitHub, no action is required. Users will still be able to find and download your submissions. However, to release a new version of your code, you must either install the GitHub App or disconnect from GitHub and manually upload new versions of your code.
Should you have any questions or encounter issues with the App, please feel free to comment on this post!
Big congratulations to @VBBV for achieving the remarkable milestone of 3,000 reputation points, earning the prestigious title of Editor within our community.
This achievement is a testament to @VBBV's exceptional contributions and steadfast commitment to the community. These efforts have also been endorsed by fellow top contributors, underscoring the value and impact of @VBBV's expertise.
Welcome to the Editors' Club, @VBBV – we are excited to witness and support your continued journey and influence within our community!

We are excited to unveil the ‘Open in MATLAB Online from File Exchange’ feature, which offers MATLAB users a new way to open File Exchange content!
Previously, to experiment with File Exchange code, you were required to download the file and execute it in MATLAB. But now, there's a quicker and easier way to explore the code!
You will find the ‘Open in MATLAB Online’ button next to the ‘Download’ button (see the screenshot below). A simple click transports you directly into the MATLAB Online workflow. It's that straightforward and effortless.
We strongly encourage you to try this new feature. Please share your questions, comments, or ideas by responding to this post!
Hello, Community Members!
Every day, we witness the incredible exchange of knowledge as over 100,000 users visit our community for answers or to get some code. We have such a vibrant community because of the dedicated group of contributors who volunteer their time and expertise to help one another.
We learned that many community users are looking for different ways to show their appreciation to contributors. In response, we're thrilled to announce the launch of our latest feature – Skill Endorsements.
When you visit a contributor's profile page, you'll notice a brand-new 'Endorsements' tab. Here, you have the power to acknowledge the skills of your fellow members by either endorsing a new skill or bolstering existing ones.
But it's more than just saying "thank you." By highlighting the strengths of our members, you're contributing to an environment of trust and making it easier for users to connect with experts in specific areas.
So, take a moment to reflect: Who has made a difference in your community experience? Whose expertise has guided you through a challenge? Show your appreciation and support their contributions – start endorsing skills today!
Your participation makes all the difference.
Warm regards,
MATLAB Central Community Team
Image Analyst
Image Analyst
Last activity on 16 Feb 2024 at 15:39

American style football
Soccer / football
tennis or golf
rugby, track, cricket, racing, etc.
3712 votes
Congratulations, @Cris LaPierre for achieving 10K reputation points.
You reached this milestone by providing valuable contribution to the community since you started answering questions in Since September 2018.
You provided 3984 answers and received 1142 votes. You are ranked #24 in the community. Thank you for your contribution to the community and please keep up the good track record!
MATLAB Central Team
What amazing animations can be created with no more than 2000 characters of MATLAB code? Check out our GALLERY from the MATLAB Flipbook Mini Hack contest.
Vote on your favorite animations before Dec. 3rd. We will give out MATLAB T-shirts to 10 lucky voters!
Tips: the more you vote, the higher your chance to win.
You are invited to join our 2023 community contest – MATLAB Flipbook Mini Hack! This year’s contest revolves around creating interesting animations using MATLAB.
Whether you are a seasoned MATLAB user or just getting started, this contest offers a fantastic opportunity to showcase your skills, learn from others, and engage with the vibrant MATLAB Central community.
This contest runs for 4 weeks from Nov. 6th to Dec. 3rd.
How to play
  • Create a new animation or remix an existing one with up to 2,000 characters of code.
  • Simply vote on the animations you love!
You will have opportunities to win compelling prizes, including Amazon gift cards, MathWorks T-shirts, and virtual badges. We will give out both weekly prizes and grand prizes.
Check out the gallery and vote on the animations you like.
The MATLAB Central Community team
Adam Danz
Adam Danz
Last activity on 9 Dec 2023

I rarely/never save .fig files
Continue working on it later
Archive for future reference
Share within my organization
Share outside my organization
Other (please leave a comment)
2097 votes
Adam and Heather will be discussing new features in R2023b and answering your questions in a few hours - visit the link below to check out the preview and sign up for notification.
Adam Danz just launched a new blog about MATLAB Graphics and App Building.
As you know, He has been a prolific contributor to MATLAB Answers and one of his answers recently won the Editor's Choice Award.
If there are any topics or questions you are interested in, please share with Adam, and I am sure he will get those into his blog.
4 months ago, the new API was published to access content on the MATLAB Central community. I shared my MATLAB code to access the API at that time, but the team just released the official SDK.
Houman and Rameez will talk about how you can model wireless networks (5G, WLAN, Bluetooth, 802.11ax WLAN mesh, etc.) in MATLAB in the upcoming livestream. They will start with the basics such as nodes, links, topology and metrics. Then they will introduce a new free add-on library that lets you model such networks, and show you how to use it.
Bookmark this link:
Congratulations, @Adam Danz for winning the Editor's Pick badge awarded for MATLAB Answers, in recognition of your awesome solution in overlapping images in grid layout.
Thank you for going to great lengths to help a user in this thread by suggesting alternative approach to representing stack of playing cards in MATLAB, highlighting very interesting features like hggroup.
This badge recognizes awesome answers people contribute and yours was picked for providing a very detailed and helpful answer.
Thank you so much for setting a high standard for MATLAB Answers and for your ongoing contribution to the community.
MATLAB Central Team
Congratuations, @Voss, for htting this important miletone!
You had a meteoric rise to in our community since you started answering questions in June 2020.
You provided 3218 answers and 926 votes. You are ranked #23 in the community. Thank you for your contribution to the community and please keep up the good track record!
MATLAB Central Team
MATLAB Onramp is a free online tutorial and it has been very popular with new MATLAB users to learn how to use it, and MathWorks have been adding more and more modules. The lastest one just dropped https://matlabacademy.mathworks.com/details/power-systems-simulation-onramp/orps
It shows you the basics of power system simulation by modeling a simple microgrid. You will learn how to simulate and measure three-phase circuits, and how to evaluate algorithms like droop control and maximum power point tracking.
Here's a screenshot from 22 years ago. Thanks for building one of the best engineering and science communities together.
Image Analyst
Image Analyst
Last activity on 29 Feb 2024 at 10:42