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Biomedical Informatics and the Imaging Research Center (IRC) recently merged their Matlab licenses, resulting in significant cost saving and an increase in the overall number of floating licenses to share. This move also provides both sets of users with more toolboxes.
We currently have floating licenses for the following toolboxes: Bioinformatics, Curve Fitting, Distributed Computing, Image Acquisition, Image Processing, Compiler, Neural Networks, Optimization, Signal Processing, Splines, Statistics, and Wavelets.
At this time, we have enough licenses to go around, so that we have decided to not charge other users at CCHMC to use these licenses. If at some time usage overcomes available licenses, we will consider applying a very reasonable chargeback.
If you use Matlab, please sign up for the (low-volume) Matlab users mailing list for licensing updates, new toolboxes and other announcements.
Ways to access Matlab at Cincinnati Children's
There are several options to get started:
- To install Matlab on your computer (PC or MAC) click Here
- Access Matlab on one of our Citrix servers.
- Access Matlab on the Linux cluster (e.g., by using the nx client).
- License Allocation
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- Tutorials, examples, links and other Matlab information
Other questions about Matlab?
Send an email to email@example.com