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How to Play
Use up to 280 characters of MATLAB code to generate a beautiful image. You can remix entries to create something different.
Promote your entry to gain popularity. Every time the community votes on your entry you earn votes!
Win awesome prizes, including Amazon gift cards and customized T-shirts.
Create a new and remix an entry are only available on desktop.
MATLAB Mini Hack Contest Description, Rules, and Terms
How to participate
Use up to 280 characters of MATLAB code (spaces included) to render an interesting image. You can create new entries or remix existing ones. You can also vote on or share the entries you like.
This contest runs for 4 weeks. It begins on October 4th , 2021 at 00:00:00 am EST and ends on October 31st, 2021 at 11:59:59 pm EST.
- Each entry must contain MATLAB code and a generated plot. The plot must be created using the run feature in the online editor.
- The first week (October 4th, 2021 ~ October 10th 2021) is for creating entries only. Voting does not begin until the second week.
- After you submit an entry, you may NOT edit that entry. If you want to make changes, simply remix your own entry to generate a new one.
- You may delete an existing entry. Note that you will lose all the votes and remixes from a deleted entry.
- You can only vote one time per entry, but you can vote on as many entries as you would like.
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- Amazon gift card. The top 10 participants on the leaderboard will each get a gift card. The leaderboard is ranked by participants with the most votes.
- 1st place: $300
- 2nd place: $200
- 3rd place: $100
- 4th through 10th place: $50 gift card each
- Customized T-shirts. Authors of the top 10 voted entries will each get 5 customized T-shirts. The image and your name will be printed on the back of the T-shirts, as shown. You can choose the sizes and share them with your family or friends.
- Virtual badges. The top 3 winners on the leaderboard (those with the most votes) will also earn special badges.
Note: MathWorks staff can participate in the contests but are not eligible for prizes.
Terms and Conditions
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