MATLAB, a program used by engineers & researchers around the globe, is now available at Jefferson!

MATLAB is a programming and numeric computing platform used to analyze data, develop algorithms, and create models. Engineers and scientists worldwide use MATLAB, and now you can too!

How to access MATLAB

Set up your MATLAB account through the MATLAB portal. Access MATLAB via this website or download the MATLAB software to your device. Access to MATLAB is available both on campus and remotely.

What MATLAB can do

MATLAB includes analysis, design, modeling, simulation, code generation, plus computational finance tools. It can assist with signal processing and communications, image and video processing, control systems, test and measurement, computational finance, and computational biology. It also provides apps to see how different algorithms work with your data and develop programming skills.

Key Features:

  • Mathematical functions for linear algebra, statistics, etc.
  • Language for numerical computation, visualization, and app development
  • Built-in graphics for visualizing data and tools to create custom plots

Teaching with MATLAB (for faculty)
Enhance your curriculum with ready-to-use MATLAB courseware and interactive tools. Access the MATLAB teaching resources to get started.

Help with MATLAB

Installation Guide (downloading & accessing your MATLAB account)

Online Training (interactive, self-paced courses)

Videos & Webinars (videos on specific MATLAB features & functions)

In addition to MATLAB, the campus-wide license of MathWorks includes additional add-on products. View the additional MathWorks products via the MATLAB portal.