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What is MATLAB Online?

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I recently heard about MATLAB Online. What is it, and where can I learn more about it?

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MathWorks Support Team
MathWorks Support Team on 3 Jun 2020
Edited: MathWorks Support Team on 3 Jun 2020
MATLAB Online is the web-based version of the MATLAB that can run within select supported web browsers from any computer with an active Internet connection, and allows collaboration, online sharing and access to compute resources maintained by the MathWorks. There is no need to download, install or maintain anything.
MATLAB Online interfaces with your files located on MATLAB Drive, which can synchronize with your desktop files, as well as your MATLAB Mobile files.


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Anthony Bartoletti
Anthony Bartoletti on 24 Sep 2019
Thank you Steven - You were right - and now I'm confused. This morning, after I posted the last comment, it went from Firefox/Edge complaint to full-site-application block - I know that is our network security (PAN) appliance. I then relayed to our security team the issue, they fixed it, and now I can access MATLAB Online. Had I gotten the full-app-block page immediately, I would not have complained here. Why Firefox and Edge were making "Untrusted Connection" complaints is beyond me now... But I'm happy I got this done, in any case. Cheers!
Kaushal Sorte
Kaushal Sorte on 26 Nov 2020
Can I use Matlab Online for free perpetually??? Please tell.
Kaushal Sorte
Kaushal Sorte on 26 Nov 2020
I am a student. I logged in my MathWorks account. So is the Matlab Online only available for the trial period?

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Taufeeq Ahmed
Taufeeq Ahmed on 20 May 2020
Can I access Matlab online on a trial basis


Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 26 May 2020
Sorry, No.
Hisham on 4 Jun 2020
Hi Taufeeq:
Currently, trial access to MATLAB Online is only available for students (as indicated in your MathWorks Account). If you are interested in trying MATLAB Online for research or commercial use, please contact either your account manager, or myself through a private message.

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Teresa Altamirano Mayoral
For one of my classes I will have to use MatLab, I was wondering if the onlive version has already the Image Processing Toolbox, Computer Vision Toolbox and the Image Acquisition Toolbox?
Thank you!

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Colin Fraser
Colin Fraser on 9 Sep 2020
Hello Teresa,
Image Processing Toolbox and Computer Vision toolbox are available in a limited form. Unfortunately, Image Acquistion Toolbox is not available. You can review the limitations with MATLAB in the link below.
Contact us below if you have more questions.
-Colin Fraser

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Preetham reddy Bommidi
Preetham reddy Bommidi on 11 Nov 2020
Q. 2) Old hens can be bought at Rs. 2 each and young ones at Rs. 5 each. The old hens lay 3 eggs per week and the young ones lays 5 eggs per week, each egg being worth 30 paise. A hen (old or young) costs Rs. 1 per week to feed. I have only Rs. 80 to spend for hens, how many of each kind should I buy to give profit of more than Rs. 6 per week, assuming that I cannot house more than 20 hens.


Rik on 11 Nov 2020
This has nothing to do with this question, or even with Matlab.
If you want help with your homework, ask a specific question and show what you have already done.
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 26 Nov 2020
Insufficient information. The profit is in paise but the cost is in Rs and the conversion rate between those is important.
You also need to specify when the food has to be paid for and how long after laying before you can sell the eggs, and whether the hens lay in bunches or at equal intervals or if the 3 and 5 are statistical values rather than constants.
Rik on 26 Nov 2020
I expect Rs stands for Rupees, which would make paise the equivalent of cents.

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celal gezer
celal gezer about 1 hour ago
for process about the lesson

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson 15 minutes ago
Please explain?

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