Get registered for this Matlab Virtual Conference for live learning sessions

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25 March
This year’s MATLAB Virtual Conference will take place on Wednesday, March 25. More than 13,000 of your colleagues registered for the 2014 event. Be the first to register for 2015.

The MATLAB Virtual Conference is a free, online event featuring live sessions on MATLAB and Simulink by experts from around the world.

Following my keynote address on the technologies driving change in the way engineers and scientists work, you can:

Find out how data analytics leads to greater insights and better decisions
Learn how to develop effective analytics using MATLAB, and integrate them into business systems
Attend presentations by MathWorks customers on how they successfully use MATLAB to build and deploy analytical models
Register now to learn how you can get the most out of MATLAB and Simulink.

To learn more about what you can expect from the conference, watch these presentations from MATLAB Virtual Conference 2014.


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