Rank: 2856 based on 34 downloads (last 30 days) and 4 files submitted
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Brian Cody

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The MathWorks, Inc.
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http://briancody.org

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Software Engineering

 

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25 Aug 2011 Screenshot Bouncy Ball Clock Bouncy Ball Clock is a novel clock representation that uses four chambers of elastically colliding b Author: Brian Cody clock, fun, clock collision, novel, bouncy, ball 9 4
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25 Aug 2011 MATLAB GUI Makeover Static GUI made over to scale nicely with the size of the figure window. Author: Brian Cody gui tools, example, gui, uipanel, static, normalized units 11 0
24 Aug 2011 Screenshot BorderLayout Simple layout manager for GUIs designed to mimic the Java BorderLayout. Author: Brian Cody gui tools, example, layout manager gui bo..., potw, pick of the week 9 0
16 Nov 2008 GUIDE Callback Helper Get access to callback event data in your GUIDE GUIs. Author: Brian Cody gui, callback, guide 5 0
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03 Apr 2012 Bouncy Ball Clock Bouncy Ball Clock is a novel clock representation that uses four chambers of elastically colliding b Author: Brian Cody Smart, Mr

31 Jan 2012 Bouncy Ball Clock Bouncy Ball Clock is a novel clock representation that uses four chambers of elastically colliding b Author: Brian Cody vj

Amazing work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

10 Jul 2007 Bouncy Ball Clock Bouncy Ball Clock is a novel clock representation that uses four chambers of elastically colliding b Author: Brian Cody Hanselman, Duane

An observation: The programming expertise of new Mathworks employees does not match the minimum expectations of long MATLAB users. Maybe Brian is working in food service, building maintenance, or is a summer college intern at TMW. A disclaimer acknowledging his position would help sooth the feelings of the long timers here who find this submission well below minimum expectations.

10 Jul 2007 Bouncy Ball Clock Bouncy Ball Clock is a novel clock representation that uses four chambers of elastically colliding b Author: Brian Cody D'Errico, John

Disappointing. In the release I tested it in (2006b, Mac) no figure actually appears, at least until I hit ctrl-c. Of course then ctrl-c tends to inhibit the clock activity.

Beyond that, use of a global variable (named data!) here for no good reason seems to be poor programming style. I'd expect better here. I won't offer a rating because I could not actually test the clock.

09 Jul 2007 Bouncy Ball Clock Bouncy Ball Clock is a novel clock representation that uses four chambers of elastically colliding b Author: Brian Cody maibi, Xu

good

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