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Richard Johnson

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Richard Johnson teaches and develops software for technical data analysis and visualization.

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10 Jul 2014 Screenshot Updates to The Elements of MATLAB Style Revised text that fix errors, supplies more motivation, and makes additional recommendations. Author: Richard Johnson article style program... 20 0
27 Mar 2014 MATLAB Style Guidelines 2.0 An updated guide to preferred coding style. Author: Richard Johnson article, conventions, documentation, style, guidelines, paper 107 0
03 Jul 2012 MATLAB and TDD This paper discusses how and why to use Test-Driven Development in MATLAB. Author: Richard Johnson article programming t... 9 0
13 Apr 2009 Screenshot Too late for visualization contest This paper contains a few observations that can be gleaned from the Peg Solitare contest results. Author: Richard Johnson vis2009 7 0
21 Feb 2003 MATLAB Programming Style Guidelines 13 pages of advice on writing clear code. Author: Richard Johnson whitepaper, article, paper, style, guidelines, conventions 176 54
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27 Mar 2014 MATLAB Programming Style Guidelines 13 pages of advice on writing clear code. Author: Richard Johnson

I have just submitted an updated and revised version named "MATLAB Style Guidelines 2.0". It is file ID 46056. Thanks for all the helpful feedback.

22 Feb 2011 MATLAB Functional Programming Style Guidelines An annotated presentation for MATLAB programming style guidelines Author: Fayssal El Moufatich

The book that grew out of these guidelines was recently reviewed by Loren in her Art of MATLAB blog.
http://blogs.mathworks.com/loren/2011/02/10/book-review-the-elements-of-matlab-style/

19 Feb 2011 MATLAB Programming Style Guidelines 13 pages of advice on writing clear code. Author: Richard Johnson

I now have a book on this topic.
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It has been reviewed by Loren Shure in her blog.
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href="http://blogs.mathworks.com/loren/2011/02/10/book-review-the-elements-of-matlab-style/">Loren's
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27 Mar 2014 MATLAB Programming Style Guidelines 13 pages of advice on writing clear code. Author: Richard Johnson Johnson, Richard

I have just submitted an updated and revised version named "MATLAB Style Guidelines 2.0". It is file ID 46056. Thanks for all the helpful feedback.

17 Apr 2013 MATLAB Programming Style Guidelines 13 pages of advice on writing clear code. Author: Richard Johnson bersan.riccardo

08 Aug 2012 MATLAB Programming Style Guidelines 13 pages of advice on writing clear code. Author: Richard Johnson Bryce

Nice paper. Is there any chance that an MS Word version could be made available so that I can make small updates that are specific to my organization? But if that violates the copyright then I understand.

03 May 2012 MATLAB Programming Style Guidelines 13 pages of advice on writing clear code. Author: Richard Johnson Faase, Mathijs

Excellent work! I agree with the comment that the use of i and j of variables should be avoided altogether (because i and j are used to work with complex numbers) and to start iterators with k. But that's the only fault I find. I've been using a lot of this for years, but there's still some useful new insights here as well.

18 Apr 2012 MATLAB Programming Style Guidelines 13 pages of advice on writing clear code. Author: Richard Johnson Hugh

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