Accessing and visualizing data is a critical requirement for researchers trying to gain information about, and insight into, natural phenomena. However, sometimes just connecting to and processing scientific datasets to prepare them for visualization and analysis can result in large hurdles and time sinks.
MATLAB® has many capabilities for working with and visualizing geospatial data and other popular scientific data formats. New features make data handling and viewing much easier and require less coding.
In this webinar, we use MATLAB to demonstrate two earthquake case studies.
Loren, a geophysicist, has worked at MathWorks for over 30 years and is an expert in data analysis and visualization with MATLAB.
Lisa works with geoscientists and allied fields to support their use of MATLAB.
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