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Bruno Luong
Bruno Luong on 28 Jul 2020
Commented: Adam Danz on 4 Aug 2020
I have seen The Mathworks Support Team creates various questions and answers that provide a lot of interesting knowledges, tricks, fancy use cases, work around, and on many diverse topics.
I quick search bring up almost 15000 posts at the present time.
How people uses those? I mean is there a place where those question are classified? anyway to browse them by topics? Does anyone here exploit them? If yes how do you do?


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Maadhav Akula
Maadhav Akula on 4 Aug 2020
Hi Bruno,
That's an interesting question! I believe you can do the following to sort through all the answers provided by MathWorks Support Team :
Goto this link(redirects to all the Questions asked by MathWorks Support Team)
Now you can utilize the filters available to the left of the page to categorize them by Products/Toolboxes.
Hope this helps!


Rik on 4 Aug 2020
Why did you decide to turn off comments on the question, but not answers? That recent move only seems to the comments being posted as answers. I don't understand the underlying motivation.
Bruno Luong
Bruno Luong on 4 Aug 2020
Thank you Madhav
Somewhat filer by products help but it's still a big junk, for example there are still olmost 7000 posts on MATLAB.
It would be nice if we can have multi-filter systems to narrow down the topic. Above 100 topics is hard to be convenient.
If some browsing system can be built ontop of it, it would be great.
Without those systems the posts are not very exploitable, especially the old one.
Adam Danz
Adam Danz on 4 Aug 2020
Much of this would be solved by advanced search options that are easy to use in the form of an advanced search dialog box. With ~half a million threads in the forum, this should become higher priority.
Search for: Questions
Contributor(s): MathWorks Support Team
Toolbox Statistics & Machine Learning
Tag(s): correlation
key words: Spearman, rank
Release: >=2016b
date range: <empty>
Has Answer: <yes|no|either>
Answer accepted: <yes|no|either>

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