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How to ensure remote collaboration in MATLAB & Simulink or COMSOL Multiphysics

We have collected the most useful tools and solutions you and your engineering team or your group of students can benefit from even if you need to work at different locations.

We are here to help you stay connected by working with MATLAB & Simulink and COMSOL Multiphysics.

Collection of Resources for Remote Collaboration

Separated by product groups and potential use

For Commercial Customers

Did you know? There are many resources that ensure remote collaboration with your engineer colleagues. You can work on a same model supporting eachother remotely.

MathWorks Cloud

MathWorks Cloud provides you with instant access to MATLAB and other products and services hosted on MathWorks managed cloud infrastructure. 

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MATLAB Drive

MATLAB Drive provides a common cloud-based storage location for your MATLAB files. Store up to 5 GB of files when your MATLAB license is current on Software Maintenance Service, or get 250 MB of free storage with just a MathWorks Account. 

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Live Editor

You can create a computational narrative – a rich-text document that includes your code, comments, equations, and output – using the MATLAB Live EditorFor fellow MATLAB users, you can package your files as a MATLAB toolbox or a MATLAB app. You can use the MATLAB publish command or Live Editor to export your MATLAB script to HTML, Word, or other formats.  

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MATLAB Compiler

To enable those who don’t use MATLAB to run your code, you can also compile and share your MATLAB work as a standalone executable.  

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MATLAB Projects

With projects in MATLAB and Simulink, you can: set and manage project paths across teams, analyze your project and check required files using the Dependency Analysis view, create, store, and easily access common operations, track and control changes using built-in integration with Git™, Subversion (SVN), or using external source control tools, upgrade project files and models in Simulink to the latest release. 

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Simulink Projects

  • Collaborate: Enforce companywide standards such as company tools, libraries, and standard startup and shutdown scripts. Share your work with rich sharing options including MATLAB  toolboxes, email, and archives. 
  • Automate: Set up your project environment correctly every time by automating steps such as loading the data, managing the path, and opening the models. 
  • Integrate with source control: Enable easy integration with source control and configuration management tools. 

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Simulink Report Generator 

You can use Simulink Report Generator to save your Simulink models as a navigable web view for use in a browser.  

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Jenkins MATLAB plugin

The Jenkins™ plugin for MATLAB enables you to easily run your MATLAB and Simulink tests and generate artifacts such as PDF test reports,  JUnit and TAP test results, and Cobertura code or model coverage reports. You can also use the plugin to export your Simulink Test™ Manager results. 

Join the MATLAB Central user community. Share ideas, collaborate with your peers or read technical articles and blogs from the makers of MATLAB and Simulink.

»» File Exchange

»» Power Electronics Control Community

»» MathWorks Blog

»» GitHub

Advance your MATLAB and Simulink skills from home. All you need is a stable internet connection. Currently you can choose from MathWorks tutorials and self-paced training courses.

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Learn about MATLAB and Simulink, watch demonstrations about how to get started, and explore what’s new from video tutorials, recorded webinars and conference keynotes.

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Read rich and informative description of the tools including several examples. 

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For Educational Customers

We are here to help and support you in your remote lectures and studies. Check out the options you can use from home, how you can reach MATLAB and Simulink.

MATLAB Grader with LMS Integration

Automatically grade MATLAB code in any learning environment. 

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MATLAB Online

Use MATLAB in a browser without installing it. 

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MATLAB Mobile

MATLAB Mobile makes it convenient to learn and teach in disciplines requiring computational thinking, such as math, physics, and engineering.  

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MATLAB Drive

MATLAB Drive provides a common cloud-based storage location for your MATLAB files. Store up to 5 GB of files when your MATLAB license is current on Software Maintenance Service, or get 250 MB of free storage with just a MathWorks Account.

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MATLAB Live Editor

Share your results with colleagues: You can create a computational narrative – a rich-text document that includes your code, comments, equations, and output – using the MATLAB Live Editor to journal your computational process and save the results of your work. When you want to disseminate your work, you have many options. For fellow MATLAB users, you can package your files as a MATLAB toolbox or a MATLAB app. You can use the MATLAB publish command or Live Editor to export your MATLAB script to HTML, Word, or other formats.  

»» Learn more

 

User Community

Join the MATLAB Central user community. Share ideas, collaborate with your peers or read technical articles and blogs from the makers of MATLAB and Simulink.

»» File Exchange

»» MathWorks Blog

»» GitHub

MATLAB Online

Use MATLAB in a browser without installing it. 

»» Learn more

 

MATLAB Mobile

MATLAB Mobile makes it convenient to learn and teach in disciplines requiring computational thinking, such as math, physics, and engineering.  

»» Learn more

 

MATLAB Drive

MATLAB Drive provides a common cloud-based storage location for your MATLAB files. Store up to 5 GB of files when your MATLAB license is current on Software Maintenance Service, or get 250 MB of free storage with just a MathWorks Account.

»» Learn more

 

MATLAB Live Editor

Share your results with colleagues: You can create a computational narrative – a rich-text document that includes your code, comments, equations, and output – using the MATLAB Live Editor to journal your computational process and save the results of your work. When you want to disseminate your work, you have many options. For fellow MATLAB users, you can package your files as a MATLAB toolbox or a MATLAB app. You can use the MATLAB publish command or Live Editor to export your MATLAB script to HTML, Word, or other formats.  

»» Learn more

 

User Community

Join the MATLAB Central user community. Share ideas, collaborate with your peers or read technical articles and blogs from the makers of MATLAB and Simulink.

»» File Exchange

»» MathWorks Blog

»» GitHub

»» Cody

Advance your MATLAB and Simulink skills from home. All you need is a stable internet connection. Currently you can choose from MathWorks tutorials and self-paced training courses.

 »» Learn for free

Learn about MATLAB and Simulink, watch demonstrations about how to get started, and explore what’s new from video tutorials, recorded webinars and conference keynotes.

»» To the collection

Read rich and informative description of the tools including several examples. 

»» Go to the collection

COMSOL Multiphyisics offers remote solutions for you if you need:

      • to share apps with your colleagues or students,
      • a ramp-up with the software
      • some ready-made models from experts

Resources for Commercial Business Partners and for Academic and Research Purposes

If you want to distribute applications for teaching and academic research purposes, then COMSOL Server™ is also tailored to your needs. COMSOL continuously supports academic research through the use of simulation. In fact, we consider simulation applications made by students, researchers, and faculty to be publications for the academic world, similar to papers and articles published by universities and journals. An application provides a more sophisticated presentation of a simulation model than merely placing figures and graphs into an article — and we believe it should be made available to your colleagues. This includes allowing them to view and run your applications on your institution’s Academic Server License, even if they do not belong to your institution. 

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Learn how to use COMSOL Multiphysics at your own pace.

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Given practical examples shared by fellow COMSOL users. 

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COMSOL Video Gallery Contains 300+ videos of MultiPhysics simulation with COMSOL.

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The Application Gallery features COMSOL Multiphysics tutorial and demo app files pertinent to the electrical, structural, acoustics, fluid, heat, and chemical disciplines. You can use these examples as a starting point for your own simulation work by downloading the tutorial model or demo app file and its accompanying instructions.

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COMSOL Blog is an online journal or informational website displaying information in the reverse chronological order, with the latest posts appearing first. It is a platform where COMSOL staff writers or selected guests share their views, tips and tricks on how to model selected physical phenomena in COMSOL.

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