Can tests work inside packages? I could not get this to work. In particular, any time I try to put a test in a package directory, runtests.m cannot detect it even when I first import the package.
I would like to organize a test directory that mirrors my actual directory structure but only containing tests. So if I have written a package in directory +somePackage, then inside my test directory, I would like to have a directory +somePackageTest, which contains my tests. However, I cannot get runtests to detect my tests. This issue isn't major because I can change +somePackageTest to somePackageTest (i.e., no longer a package of tests) and have everything work, but I would prefer to organize with packages.
Please watch the webinar for which this is the code. The first 40 min, as you correctly say, focuses on maximizing the available memory for MATLAB. The latter 25 min focuses on minimizing MATLAB's memory usage, processing a large data set in a few ways. BTW MATLAB's out of memory errors are not directly affected by available RAM.
Okay... the title says: "Handling Large Data Sets Efficiently in MATLAB".
Actually, it just shows information on how to "Handle" the system memory in order to provide more RAM for MATLAB to work with.
Not even one word is spent on an arbitrary "Data Set".
Nevertheless, this guide is useful for the above.
Good work, wrong topic.
Replace the title by something like "Providing MATLAB with more RAM in order not to run out of memory" or something similar.