On the 9th of March 2022 and 14th of September 2022, MATLAB R2022a and R2022b were released. There are countless new features and 7 new products from MathWorks:
- Bluetooth Toolbox – Simulate, analyze, and test Bluetooth communications systems
- DSP HDL Toolbox – Design digital signal processing applications for FPGAs, ASICs, and SoCs
- Industrial Communication Toolbox – Exchange data over OPC UA, Modbus, MQTT, and other industrial protocols
- RoadRunner Scenario – Create and play back scenarios for automated driving simulation
- Wireless Testbench – Explore and test wireless reference applications in real time on SDR hardware
- Medical Imaging Toolbox – Visualize, register, segment, and label 2D and 3D medical images
- Simscape Battery – Design and simulate battery and energy storage systems
This article will go over VersionBay’s favorite features in MATLAB.
To make this entry as useful as possible VersionBay nominated 4 features for each of the following groups of MATLAB users: Newbies, Casual Users, Proficient Users and Developers.
- Newbies: people who are just starting to use MATLAB.
- Casual Users: they use MATLAB every now and again.
- Proficient Users: people who use MATLAB on a regular basis, e.g. at least 3 times per week.
- Developers: they use MATLAB to develop tools on top of MATLAB to make the organization/community more productive.
Top features for Newbies
- Spinner in Live Editor Controls
- Code Analyzer is now available as an app
- Geoplots now support tables as inputs
- Profiler is now an app
- Plot now supports tables
- New Data Cleaner App
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Top features for Casual Users
Top features for Proficient Users
- numpy support in MATLAB
- Python syntax highlighting
- Change Font Colour of Live Scripts
- Performance improvement between MATLAB and Python
Top features for Developers
- New pcode algorithm
- Create your own Live Task
- Function coverage updated with Coverage plugin for testing
- Output Argument Validator
- New MATLAB Build Tool
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