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Portable version of Matlab

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tatiana kravchenko
tatiana kravchenko on 31 May 2015
Answered: Steven Lord on 12 Jan 2021
Hello Do you have a portable version of Matlab and preferably the latest?

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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 31 May 2015
Mine's portable - it's on my laptop :-)

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 31 May 2015
There is no MATLAB for any Smartphone or iPAD or the like. MATLAB only runs on the x86 and x64 Intel architectures, under MS Windows, Linux, or OS-X. There is no "Java MATLAB" or any other "portable" implementation.
But as Image Analyst points out, you can put MATLAB onto a laptop, or even on to a device such as the MacBook Air (but not on to an iPAD)

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Jan
Jan on 31 May 2015
Although it might be possible to create a portable version of Matlab which is not bounded to a specific computer, this is most likely not covered by the license conditions. So ask the technical support before you try it.

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 31 May 2015
I have been seeing references to Mathworks Hosted license manager, but I have not figured out yet what kind of licenses are handled that way. If someone were to put MATLAB on a USB drive and they had a Network Named User kind of license, and the license was hosted at Mathworks, then it would not be a license violation. For that matter, within any given organization, a networked named user license travels with the user, and so could be installed on a USB drive and taken around, as long as the user authenticated properly. And of course an organization can serve Concurrent Licenses, where only the count is important and not who is using them.

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aerun martin
aerun martin on 18 Jan 2017
I have. Pls give ur email.

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 18 Jan 2017
Could you expand on what it is that you have?
Bryan Andrade Andrade
Bryan Andrade Andrade on 12 Jan 2021
hi, could you please share the programe with me, thats my email: bryan.andrade105@gmail.com. thank you

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Steven Lord
Steven Lord on 12 Jan 2021
Two other options that I believe did not yet exist when this question was originally asked in 2015 are MATLAB Online and MATLAB Mobile.

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