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  • Data Acquisition Toolbox

    Data Acquisition Toolbox™ provides functions for connecting MATLAB® to data acquisition hardware. The toolbox supports a variety of DAQ hardware, including USB, PCI, PCI-Express®, PXI, and PXI-Express devices, from National Instruments, Measurement Computing, Advantech, Data Translation, and other vendors. With the toolbox you can configure data acquisition hardware and read data into MATLAB and Simulink® for immediate analysis. You can also send out data over analog and digital output channels provided by data acquisition hardware. The toolbox’s data acquisition software includes functions for controlling analog input, analog output, counter/timer, and digital I/O subsystems of a DAQ device. You can access device-specific features and synchronize data acquired from multiple devices. You can analyze data as you acquire it or save it for post-processing. You can also automate tests and make iterative updates to your test setup based on analysis results. Simulink blocks included in the toolbox let you stream live data directly into Simulink models, enabling you to verify and validate your models against live measured data as part of your design verification process.

    • Usage:
      AcademicEducationalCommercial⁄ProfessionalClassroomResearch
    • License type:
      StandaloneNetwork
    • Organisational Unit: Vice Rector for Science - Latvia, Riga
    • Price: Contract price
  • Database Toolbox

    Database Toolbox™ provides an app and functions for exchanging data between relational databases and MATLAB®. You can use SQL commands to read and write data or use the Database Explorer app to interact with a database without using SQL. The toolbox supports ODBC-compliant and JDBC-compliant databases, including Oracle®, MySQL®, Sybase®, Microsoft® SQL Server®, and Informix®. You can apply simple and advanced conditions to database queries from MATLAB. The toolbox lets you access multiple databases simultaneously within a single MATLAB session and enables segmented import of large data sets.

    • Usage:
      AcademicEducationalCommercial⁄ProfessionalClassroomResearch
    • License type:
      StandaloneNetwork
    • Organisational Unit: Vice Rector for Science - Latvia, Riga
    • Price: Contract price
  • Fixed-Point Toolbox

    Fixed-Point Toolbox™ provides fixed-point data types and arithmetic in MATLAB. The toolbox lets you design fixed-point algorithms using MATLAB syntax and execute them at compiled C-code speed. You can reuse these algorithms in Simulink and pass fixed-point data to and from Simulink models, facilitating bit-true simulation, implementation, and analysis. The toolbox also enables you to generate test sequences for fixed-point software and hardware verification.

    • Usage:
      AcademicEducationalCommercial⁄ProfessionalClassroomResearch
    • License type:
      StandaloneNetwork
    • Organisational Unit: Vice Rector for Science - Latvia, Riga
    • Price: Contract price
  • Instrument Control Toolbox

    Instrument Control Toolbox™ lets you connect MATLAB® directly to instruments such as oscilloscopes, function generators, signal analyzers, power supplies, and analytical instruments. The toolbox connects to your instruments via instrument drivers such as IVI and VXIplug&play, or via text-based SCPI commands over commonly used communication protocols such as GPIB, VISA, TCP/IP, and UDP. You can also control and acquire data from your test equipment without writing code. With Instrument Control Toolbox, you can generate data in MATLAB to send out to an instrument, or read data into MATLAB for analysis and visualization. You can automate tests, verify hardware designs, and build test systems based on LXI, PXI, and AXIe standards.

    • Usage:
      AcademicEducationalCommercial⁄ProfessionalClassroomResearch
    • License type:
      StandaloneNetwork
    • Organisational Unit: Vice Rector for Science - Latvia, Riga
    • Price: Contract price
  • MATLAB

    MATLAB® is a high-level language and interactive environment for numerical computation, visualization, and programming. Using MATLAB, you can analyze data, develop algorithms, and create models and applications. The language, tools, and built-in math functions enable you to explore multiple approaches and reach a solution faster than with spreadsheets or traditional programming languages, such as C/C++ or Java™. You can use MATLAB for a range of applications, including signal processing and communications, image and video processing, control systems, test and measurement, computational finance, and computational biology. More than a million engineers and scientists in industry and academia use MATLAB, the language of technical computing.

    • Usage:
      AcademicEducationalCommercial⁄ProfessionalClassroomResearch
    • License type:
      StandaloneNetwork
    • Organisational Unit: Vice Rector for Science - Latvia, Riga
    • Price: Contract price
  • MATLAB Coder

    MATLAB Coder™ generates standalone C and C++ code from MATLAB® code. The generated source code is portable and readable. MATLAB Coder supports a subset of core MATLAB language features, including program control constructs, functions, and matrix operations. It can generate MEX functions that let you accelerate computationally intensive portions of MATLAB code and verify the behavior of the generated code.

    • Usage:
      AcademicEducationalCommercial⁄ProfessionalClassroomResearch
    • License type:
      StandaloneNetwork
    • Organisational Unit: Vice Rector for Science - Latvia, Riga
    • Price: Contract price
  • MATLAB Compiler

    MATLAB Compiler™ lets you share MATLAB® programs as standalone applications or shared libraries for integration with common programming languages. Applications and libraries created with MATLAB Compiler use the MATLAB Compiler Runtime, which enables royalty-free deployment to users who do not have MATLAB. You can package the MATLAB Compiler Runtime with the application or have your users download it during installation.

    • Usage:
      AcademicEducationalCommercial⁄ProfessionalClassroomResearch
    • License type:
      StandaloneNetwork
    • Organisational Unit: Vice Rector for Science - Latvia, Riga
    • Price: Contract price
  • MATLAB Report Generator

    The MATLAB® Report Generator™ product automatically documents tasks that you perform in MATLAB®, such as analyzing and visualizing data and developing algorithms. It enables you to run MATLAB code and capture the graphics and data as they are produced. You can use the prebuilt templates or create a template that incorporates your own styles and standards.

    • Usage:
      AcademicEducationalCommercial⁄ProfessionalClassroomResearch
    • License type:
      StandaloneNetwork
    • Organisational Unit: Vice Rector for Science - Latvia, Riga
    • Price: Contract price
  • Simulink 3D Animation

    Simulink 3D Animation™ provides apps for linking Simulink® models and MATLAB® algorithms to 3D graphics objects. It lets you visualize and verify dynamic system behavior in a virtual reality environment. Objects are represented in the Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML), a standard 3D modeling language. You can animate a 3D world by changing position, rotation, scale, and other object properties during desktop or real-time simulation. You can also inject virtual sensor signals and access 3D animation data in Simulink or MATLAB for postprocessing. Simulink 3D Animation includes viewers for rendering and interacting with virtual scenes. With the 3D World Editor, you can author detailed scenes assembled from 3D models exported from CAD-based or web-based sources. You can incorporate multiple 3D scene views inside MATLAB figures and interact with these views via a force-feedback joystick, space mouse, or other hardware device.

    • Usage:
      AcademicEducationalCommercial⁄ProfessionalClassroomResearch
    • License type:
      StandaloneNetwork
    • Organisational Unit: Vice Rector for Science - Latvia, Riga
    • Price: Contract price
  • Spreadsheet Link EX

    Spreadsheet Link™ EX connects Excel® spreadsheet software with the MATLAB® workspace, enabling you to access the MATLAB environment from an Excel spreadsheet. With Spreadsheet Link EX software, you can exchange data between MATLAB and Excel, taking advantage of the familiar Excel interface while accessing the computational speed and visualization capabilities of MATLAB.

    • Usage:
      AcademicEducationalCommercial⁄ProfessionalClassroomResearch
    • License type:
      StandaloneNetwork
    • Organisational Unit: Vice Rector for Science - Latvia, Riga
    • Price: Contract price
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