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Loren Shure


MathWorks

515 total contributions since 2005

Professional Interests: MATLAB, teaching, numerics, science, glassblowing

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Debugging Grouped Operations
Today's guest post comes from Sean de Wolski, one of Loren's fellow Application Engineers. You might recognize him from...

12 days ago

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Code Ocean, MATLAB, and Sharing Reusable Code
Today we have two guest bloggers, Lisa Kempler and Pradeep Ramamoorthy, who work at MathWorks in Natick, Massachusetts...

26 days ago

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Ever Need to Explain… Machine Learning in a Nutshell?
Do you ever need to explain something to others unfamiliar with your work what it's about? One situation I frequently face...

2 months ago

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Introducing the TopoToolbox
My guest blogger today is Sebastian Gross. He is an engineer in our academia team in Munich, Germany, and works with our...

2 months ago

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New Ways to Arrange and Plot Data in Tables
Today I'd like to introduce a guest blogger, Stephen Doe, who works for the MATLAB Documentation team here at MathWorks. In...

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Surrogate Optimization for Expensive Computations
I'd like to introduce this week's guest blogger Alan Weiss. Alan writes documentation for mathematical toolboxes here at...

3 months ago

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Winners of the MATLAB Online Live Editor Challenge
Today I’d like to introduce a guest blogger, David Garrison, who is a MATLAB Product Manager here at MathWorks.... read more...

3 months ago

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Optimizing to Survive
Today's guest blogger is Mary Fenelon, who is the product marketing manager for Optimization and Math here at MathWorks. In...

4 months ago

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The State of App Building in MATLAB
In my travels, I meet with many customers and they are always interested in learning about new MATLAB features and...

5 months ago

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Memoize Functions in MATLAB
Very early on in this blog (2006!), I wrote a post on memoizing functions, i.e., caching results so outputs that have...

5 months ago

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Is This a Sine Wave?
I was talking with Mike, my boss, one afternoon. And we had been fiddling with some paper as we spoke. After trimming a...

7 months ago

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Pause Again
I recently wrote about the relatively new Pause button on the Editor portion of the MATLAB Toolstrip. Let's pause again to...

7 months ago

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Of Love, Music, Shakespeare and Dynamic Systems
For any human being love is one of the biggest source of joy, happiness...problems and puzzles. Today's guest blogger, Aldo...

8 months ago

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Accept String Inputs in Your Code
Today I'd like to introduce a guest blogger, Stephen Doe, who works for the MATLAB Documentation team here at MathWorks. In...

8 months ago

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What is President Trump tweeting about that gets our attention?
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9 months ago

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The MATLAB Online Live Editor Challenge
Today I’d like to introduce a guest blogger, David Garrison, who is a MATLAB Product Manager here at MathWorks. Dave will...

10 months ago

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A Best Friend, struct2table
Sometimes it's nice to have a best friend. Sometimes I have more than one, context-dependent. I want to share my best...

10 months ago

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Get Smart, Be Logical!
Recently a customer asked me an interesting question about a good way to compute something. Before I sat down to tackle it,...

11 months ago

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Deep Learning, MATLAB, and Science
I recently attended the annual AGU (American Geophysical Union) meeting and, used the time at our booth to talk to many...

11 months ago

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When is a Baked Good a Cookie?
This is one time of the year when there is often an abundance of baked goods showing up in my office, and many others no...

12 months ago

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Turn data points into NaNs
Look at sub2ind to help you organize the subscripts into linear indices. Then use the linear index to select the values to chan...

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Tips for Deploying your Work
There are a lot of ways of sharing your ideas with MATLAB these days. Including... read more >>

1 year ago

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Color Your World: More with Maps, Graphs, and Polygons
Today, guest blogger Matt Tearle continues his investigation of the new polyshape type (added in R2017b) as a mapping...

1 year ago

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Loren’s Excellent Adventure: Maps, Graphs, and Polygons
R2017b was released recently. Today's guest blogger, Matt Tearle, discovered a fun application of one of the many new...

1 year ago

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Math with Words – Word Embeddings with MATLAB and Text Analytics Toolbox
Text data has become an important part of data analytics, thanks to advances in natural language processing that transform...

1 year ago

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MATLAB and the 2017 Eclipse – Part 4: Imaging the Eclipse
Today our guest blogger, David Garrison, will continue his series on MathWorks involvement in the 2017 solar eclipse.......

1 year ago

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Ways to Perform Calculations on Groups of Data in Tables
Today I'd like to introduce a guest blogger, Stephen Doe, who works for the MATLAB Documentation team here at MathWorks....

1 year ago

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MATLAB and the 2017 Eclipse – Part 3: Rehearsing for the Eclipse
Today our guest blogger, David Garrison, will continue his series on MathWorks involvement in the 2017 solar eclipse.......

1 year ago

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Web Scraping and Mining Unstructured Data with MATLAB
A lot of information is shared on the web and a lot of people are interested in taking advantage of it. It can be used to...

1 year ago

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MATLAB and the 2017 Eclipse – Part 2: Training the Volunteers
Today our guest blogger, David Garrison, will continue his series on MathWorks involvement in the 2017 solar eclipse.......

1 year ago

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