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Do the Libraries have access to MATLAB?

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The K-State license for MATLAB, the language of technical computing, is accessible in computers labs, including Hale Library's InfoCommons and the Math / Physics Library. The K-State license includes:

  • MATLAB - 25 concurrent seats
  • Toolboxes available from the K-State server
    • Simulink - 5 seats
    • Control System Toolbox
    • Computer Vision System Toolbox - 5 seats
    • Neural Network Toolbox
    • Optimization Toolbox
    • Robust Control Toolbox
    • Simulink Control Toolbox
    • Signal Processing Toolbox
    • Symbolic Math Toolbox
    • Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox
    • Image Processing Toolbox
    • Curve Fitting Toolbox

Computing Labs, including Hale Library's InfoCommons, but not at the Union

Connect to MATLAB on Window's computer from the desktop icon. Connect to MATLAB from Unix and Macintosh computers by following the Department of Mathematics' detailed directions

Engineering Labs

Three different MATLAB environments are available in Engineering Labs. The K-State license is a full research license available across campus. The MNE and ECE licenses are more robust, but are restricted to the teaching of the product to engineering students, faculty, and staff. The licenses differ in what's available in the toolboxes and who has access to the licenses. College of Engineering Computing Services - Matlab provides further information. 

Where else is MATLAB Available?

Location information is found at the Department of Mathematics.

  * Campus UNIX
  * Math / Physics Computing Lab
  * Remote users / K-State Students
  * Cardwell 201
  * Mathematics Windows Server 
  * Microsoft Windows

See also

Software licenses at K-State
Learning MatLab