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MATLAB computational program now available to entire IU community

Try MATLAB for yourself, and see how the program can benefit you.

UITS Research Analytics now has a university-wide license for MATLAB, a program for doing numerical computation. MATLAB is available at no cost to all IU students, faculty, and staff.

MATLAB can be especially useful in linear algebra, but it also has several applications across the science domains, including such complex fields as computational fluid dynamics and solid-body simulations. IU engineering courses currently use MATLAB. 

MATLAB is supported in Student Technology Center labs, on IUanyWare (a service that allows members of the IU community to run certain IU-licensed software applications without installing them on computers or mobile devices), and on the university’s supercomputers. Try MATLAB for yourself, and see how the program can benefit you.

Learn how to download and install MATLAB >>