Use MATLAB from Microsoft Excel

Spreadsheet Link connects Excel® spreadsheet software with the MATLAB® workspace, enabling you to access the MATLAB environment from an Excel spreadsheet. With Spreadsheet Link software, you can exchange data between MATLAB and Excel, taking advantage of the familiar Excel interface while accessing the computational speed and visualization capabilities of MATLAB.


Working with Spreadsheet Link™

Pass data, and commands that operate on it, to MATLAB.

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Managing the Link and Manipulating Your Data

Work with Spreadsheet Link functions from an Excel worksheet or macro without leaving the Excel environment.

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Download MATLAB Compiler Runtime

Run compiled MATLAB applications or components without installing MATLAB.

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