MATLAB, which stands for MATrix LABoratory, is an interactive mathematical software program for numerical computation and data visualization. It is used extensively in both academia and industry.
This page provides information for the University of Melbourne community regarding where to access MATLAB on campus; how students can purchase a licensed copy for use on their own computer; and links to MATLAB support material.
IT Infrastructure (University Services), on behalf of the University, holds a site license for Mathworks programs including MATLAB. Staff and students may install the program using these instructions. License keys for Matlab are available on the Student IT Software License Keys site
MATLAB is installed on all Library computers on campus. Check the current list of software available on library computers. It may also be available in some Faculty and Graduate School labs.
MATLAB is available to all students via myUniApps
Please see University of Melbourne's knowledge base article for MATLAB for additional information including download options and training resources
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