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MATLAB Compiler

Build standalone applications from MATLAB programs

MATLAB® Compiler™ lets you share MATLAB programs as standalone applications. You can also create Microsoft® Excel® add-ins and integrate them into Excel spreadsheets on a Windows® platform.

When used along with MATLAB Compiler SDK™, you can package MATLAB programs into software components for integration with other programming languages. Large-scale deployment to enterprise systems is supported through MATLAB Production Server™.

All applications created with MATLAB Compiler use the MATLAB Runtime, which enables royalty-free deployment to users who do not need MATLAB. You can package the MATLAB Runtime with the application, or have your users download it during installation.

Learn more about MATLAB Compiler support for MATLAB and toolboxes.

Getting Started

Learn the basics of MATLAB Compiler

Standalone Applications

Create standalone applications from MATLAB functions

Excel Add-Ins

Create Microsoft Excel add-ins from MATLAB functions

MapReduce Applications on Hadoop Clusters

Create and execute compiled MATLAB MapReduce applications against Hadoop® clusters

Spark Applications

Create and execute compiled MATLAB applications against Spark™ enabled Hadoop clusters

MATLAB Runtime

Use the MATLAB Runtime to run compiled MATLAB applications on computers that do not have MATLAB installed

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