From the series: Managing Code in MATLAB
Doug Hull, MathWorks
(Originally posted on Doug's MATLAB Video Tutorials blog.)
Cell mode scripts are a way to make something like a "MATLAB workbook". They can be used to make easily published documents (upcoming video), allows you to break your scripts into smaller chunks that can be run individually, and allow you to iterate on a section of code while changing a scalar (upcoming video again!). This last method allows you to tune a constant very easily.
Recorded: 26 Jul 2011
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