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I love MATLAB. It is so quick and easy to write software to do what you want. It has excellent debugging and profiling tools. It is cross platform, making code easy to share (assuming the other people have forked out for the not-so-cheap license). It has interfaces to other software.

However, there are some things about it that irk me. I'd like to hear from other people what things annoy them about MATLAB.

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Ian
28 Mar 2011

- GUIDE is a such an underpowered mess. Very poor set of widgets, endless bugs and terrible performance in the Guide editor (try moving sets of elements with the keyboard and weep!). TMW has dragged along hidden support of more UI widgets likes tabs, why can't they just update GUIDE and bring it.them into the modern age? Yair Altman does more in one blog post than TMW does in each year's paired releases to make GUIs better in Matlab!
- UNICODE support -- why is TMW so far behind on this!?
- Graphics quality -- graphics and text should be anti aliased by default and better composited, the pixel vomit is unacceptable on such an expensive product and one where its competitors are so ahead in this regard.
- Poor OS X support. Failure to copy vector figures to clipboard is my biggest gripe.

Michelle Hirsch
31 Aug 2015

The new graphics system in 14b is a good start - added uitab/uitabgroup and anti-aliased graphics (among many, many other enhancements).

MATLAB has made tremendous progress in Unicode support since 2011, so take a look again if you haven't lately.

Eng. Fredius Magige
28 Jun 2017

The Matlab is fantastic tool to me. It do a lots as long as you known what are your input and expected out. I, indeed, finalizing coding Water Distribution Network Design Optimization tool, as it has no limit of number of pipes from different materials and pressure rates. This a major challenge to many optimization tools. Further, Matlab has assist me to plot and lay out XYZ of all networks.

The major challenge I have been faced is consume a lot of time when apply/looping through "for-end" which I have no way to escape it

Thanks all Matlab Community

Walter Roberson
28 Jun 2017

Note: Unicode support in plots was added in R2014b. However, there is no obvious way to add Unicode in Latex.

Note: anti-aliasing of lines and text was added in HG2.

Jan
16 Feb 2011

Using a C-compiler not included in the list of known compilers is horrible. "mex -setup" calls an M-file, which calls a PERL script, which creates a DOS batch file, which is interpreted by another PERL script, which calls the compiler through the command line interface.

Strange. A tiny M-file could create the same command line call to the compiler also. But it would be much easier to adjust it to a different compiler.

Walter Roberson
10 Aug 2015

dpb
13 Nov 2018

Praveen Kumar
24 Jun 2019

Oliver Woodford
16 Feb 2011

Walter Roberson
31 May 2017

Asif
23 Oct 2019

It doesn't make sense how the Home and Student licenses are not eligible to purchase the HDL coder and HDL verifier add-ons. Students and hobbiests would easily use these for FPGA and embedded projects.

Supported boards include Digilent's low-cost sub $250 options. If the HDL add-ons were available and priced similarly, I'd gladly fork over more money to Mathworks :).

Chris van Halewyn
6 May 2020

Yep. Me too! I've got a Nexys4 board (£200 -not $33,000!) that I got because it is recommended for education/training and got Vivado (free) to program it. Vivado calls out for Matlab HDL tools on installation but they are not available under the home licence which would have been so cool...

Matlab, please sort out home licensing for HDL tools. It's time.

David Young
28 Sep 2011

Overriding subsref and subsasgn in a class is spectacularly awkward.

The problem is this. Suppose you override subsref in order to change behaviour of obj(...). Then your subsref is also called for the syntax obj.propname. In order for it to handle this correctly (i.e. behave the same as the built-in subsref) it has to reimplement all the checks for access protections that are normally done by the system. For just how problematic this is, look at Daniel's answer to my question here.

Apart from this major difficulty, it's also inefficient for every subsref to have to switch on the indexing type ('.', '()', or '{}') on every call, and for the system to have to build a struct that includes the indexing type as well as the indexes.

As far as I can see, it would be so much better if the different indexing syntaxes called three different methods.

Daniel Shub
28 Sep 2011

Wait until you try and get your overloaded subsref function to handle colon and the other "odd" indexing notation: http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/6764-overloading-subsref

You would have thought that with the major overhaul of the OO system that they would have gotten it much better. Often simple OO things are inefficient and complex things are near impossible.

SK
30 Apr 2014

Robert Cumming
16 Feb 2011

Dan
22 Nov 2011

Matt J
13 Nov 2018

You can, but shouldn't the default legend position be somewhere not covering data?

Dan
2 May 2017

Functions and classes defined within a package should not have to import the package or refer to other members of the package with the package name ... the import should be automatic ...

Given the requirement to refer to the local package name within the class or function definitions ...

- It is difficult to rename the package
- It is difficult to place the package within another package
- It clutters up the function and class code with import calls ...

Please fix...

Sean
27 Sep 2011

I would love to just write x++; instead of x = x + 1;

Andrew Reibold
26 Sep 2014

If this is your biggest issue with the software, I'm very happy for you :)

jaya viMALA
12 Apr 2019

Yes Me too, in Starting i am Confusion on thsi x++, Y--. that's why i try to use it may time. I am use this only.

Regards,

Adam
12 Apr 2019

Please don't use Matlab Answers for advertising links. I deleted the link you added here.

Oliver Woodford
16 Feb 2011

Wyken Seagrave
14 May 2014

Patrick
27 Oct 2011

K E
25 Jul 2012

Csaba
4 Dec 2013

My current frustration is with the Matlab editor: when the same M-script source is open in both the Matlab editor and another code editor (certain things are more efficient in the other editor), and the Matlab editor detects a change that was made to the file outside, it reloads (which is correct) - but it also forgets about all location information from before the reload, and jumps to the beginning of the file.

I would expect this is just an oversight (how hard would it be to remember the line at which the cursor was before reload - even if the code change that triggered the reload shifted content, most of the time this would be by only a few lines or pages, still much better than starting from the top of the file every_time_ ...).

And if that's not feasible, at least letting the bookmarks survive the reload would be a reasonable work-around, but sadly no, they are erased as part of the reload as well.

Am I the only one having trouble with this?

Image Analyst
5 Dec 2013

jaya viMALA
12 Apr 2019

yes, my Students also get the Same issues, I need some Guidence on this

Regards,

Ian
28 Mar 2011

Walter Roberson
17 Jun 2013

Curtis
20 Jun 2013

Walter Roberson
28 Jun 2017

tom 1line=1bug
12 Sep 2011

Frustrating factoids after living with Matlab since version 4.x:

1. Ambiguous use of parenthesis ([([( indexing operations and function calling )])]). I wish Matlab's syntactic sugar could differentiate between this two actions, using parenthesis and something else (i.e. like Mathematica's use of parenthesis vs square brackets)

2. Poor quality graphics (already mentioned in detail by other fellows)

3. Excessive "commoditization" or segmentation of functionality that should be part of the core Matlab product (e.g. signal processing, image processing, statistics, and pdes).

4. I wish there was better quality control when rolling out toolboxes. The seemingly lack of coding style/guidelines is particularly annoying. Even toolboxes meant to be used together have inconsistent syntax and seem a bunch of functions "bolted-on" to Matlab, rather than coherent extensions of M language.

5. I hopelessly wish there was first-rate support for functional programming.

6. Very poor support for time series and data structure requiring multiformat date/time indexing.

99nth. Non-specific gripe: Over time Matlab is becoming less and less my primary platform for scientific computing and algorithm development, and more often than not just a target for deployment (meaning re-writing whatever project in the M language) because the customer/client is using it, or because a particular toolbox is a time-saver. I remember the days of yore, when Matlab looked like a hammer and most problems looked like nails. Now I feel that the handle of the hammer is a Baroque wooden carving, richly ornamented, weighting 120 lbs... More surprising is the strange comfort of spending so much more time working with Mathematica's superhuman -indeed extraterrestrial- capabilities for algorithm development and testing, and the "translating" to Matlab upon request. I guess necessity is the mother of strange companions...

Richard Finley
30 Jan 2012

Jan
25 Jul 2012

Without doubt FlexLM is neither smart, nor user-friendly. I've struggeled with several other software package also, which use this license manager. The usual procedure is 12 minutes for installing the software, 2 hours trying to install the license manager, one hour for emails and phone calls to the technical support, who comes in the next day, look of what I have done so far. Finally the sessions end with something like: "I've called the developpers this morning and they told me, that you need the computer's name and nothing else." But after we typed in the IP, the software suddenly accepts the connection to the license server.

The FlexLM software is a really bad choice. It is very sad, that TMW has decided for this service, because all it does is impeding the legal usage of Matlab substantially.

Mike
25 Jul 2012

Mace
7 Oct 2015

Knut
5 May 2011

The fact that once you schedule a low-level function, you cannot in any way stop it. Such as conv(zeros(umpteen,1), ones(umpteen,1)). A big red, working "stop" button would have been nice.

I like to run my scripts, insert break-points, then test stuff using command-line on the variables available. In recent versions, I have not been able to define new variables that way easily, having to declare them as global (??)

I would have really liked the core matrix-syntax to be even cleaner (not having scalars being 1x1 2d arrays for instance).

I would have liked some sort of extension of the matrix syntax into tensors.

I really hate the frustration when I go from compact, vectorized, readable MATLAB-code and have to dip my toes into "real" programming languages, where you spend most of your time concentrating on the implementation instead of the functionality :-D

Steven Lord
20 Aug 2019

For the first point, this won't work for all "low-level function"s but the Pause button in the Editor, introduced in release R2016a, may be of use to you as may the Array Size Limit preference introduced in release R2015a.

Yes, I know I'm responding to an eight year old message. I just noticed it and wanted to add the relevant information in case others had the same frustration.

Chad Greene
27 Mar 2015

Serge
29 Jul 2018

I have spent days synchronize MatLab preferences and shortcuts across computers... and the process still confuses me!

Note: I despise the ribbon ( a waste of screen, particularly on a laptop ) so I hide it and use ‘Quick Access Toolbar’. I also rely on docking (editor + figure + command line). However it is not possible to add figure commands to the quick access, so I spend hours hacking figure shortcuts (zoom, etc) with icons, which kind of works. But then copying the shortcuts to another PC is almost impossible! One has to copy all the icon figures and FavoriteCommands.xml, MATLABDesktop.xml, MATLABQuickAccess.xml, matlab.settings, etc from C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Roaming\MathWorks\MATLAB\R2018a, and then fix the shortcuts to point at the icons… argh!

What I have so far:

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1. There needs to be a sync option for preferences and shortcuts using the MatLab account through the web.

2. Also an option to export/import all preferences and shortcuts as a file.

3. Allow user to add figure icons to the quick access toolbar.

4. Allow user to use classic toolbar (ie pre ribbons).

Walter Roberson
29 Jul 2018

Rik
29 Jul 2018

I would agree. I started with Matlab just before the ribbon was introduced, and at first I thought it was superfluous, but now it just feels part of the look of Matlab. It does add an easy way to get to often used controls.

RE space issue: I have my taskbar to the side, and I have an IM program docked, so my usable area is close to 4:3 screen ratio, which I think is way better.

David Young
13 May 2015

The inputParser / validateattributes / validatestring collection of function parsing and checking tools.

- You have to write too many lines of code to do even simple things.
- I haven't done any testing, but I wonder about the overheads: all that object, anonymous function and cell array construction and access.
- Despite the complexity and apparent power, there are silly limitations. For example, required arguments must precede optional arguments must precede name-value pair arguments. Given that there are validation functions, there's no need for this.
- There was an absurd change of name of one of the methods of inputParser from addParamValue to addParameter . The documentated functionality appears to be the same, so there was no need for the change, but this is the biggest cause of users of old versions to run into trouble with my code on the FEX.
- The functions don't work nicely together. For example validateattributes always throws an error for invalid inputs, rather than returning a result. That means that you can't combine two calls to it into a single expression for a validation function (e.g. my input could be empty, or a row vector of length 3). I can work round this with a wrapper function that catches the error; but integrated design would have avoided the need.
- Another failure to integrate functionality: validatestring can handle abbreviated inputs nicely, but if you use it as a validation function for inputParser the information as to which possible input whas given is lost, and you have to call it again on the parsed results.

There's more to say, but I hope that makes the point. There's a strong case, I think, for starting again in this area, or failing that for offering a migration route to functions that do work together properly.

per isakson
13 May 2015

David Young
13 May 2015

Thank you per, I shall look at it. (I'd still TMW to improve what they provide, of course.)

Steven Lord
20 Apr 2020

yunhui zhou
19 May 2019

- Mathworks hides the direct download link for update release since Matlab R2018b, and force regular users (not license administrators) to update the software by clicking the bell-shaped button within the software.
- I cannot use Matlab anymore when it is downloading the update release.
- The download speed from my lab to the Mathworks's server is awful.
- I have serveral Matlab installations (same version) to maintain in my lab, and without an offline update release installation package, they all have to download the same update package and go through this awfully long update process. I have no idea why the Mathworks thinks updating within the software is the optimal experience.

Solution for anyone suffering from this:

The update package for Matlab R2018b can be directly downloaded at: https://www.mathworks.com/downloads/web_downloads/show_updates?release=R2018b

The update package for Matlab R2019a can be directly downloaded at: https://www.mathworks.com/downloads/web_downloads/show_updates?release=R2019a

Jan
21 Feb 2011

"load file.mat" saves 3 keystrokes compared to "load('file.mat')", but I've spent more than 600 keystrokes in answering desperate question in CSSM, Answers and goMatlab about using a variable as file name.

The HELP text of SAVE and LOAD explains the needed arguments explicitely. Therefore it is not Matlab, which frustrates me in this point, but the fact that a lot of Matlab beginners are overstrained by the tricky and actually not useful feature of non-functional forms of commands - and that even a good help text cannot intercept these problems.

Steven Lord
20 Aug 2019

dpb
20 Aug 2019

Rik
20 Aug 2019

Royi Avital
27 Mar 2011

- The lack of built in 64 bit compiler (MATLAB used to work with Photoshop out of the box).
- The graphics stack performance. It's so slow!
- Editor - I wish the editor could add rich text editing capabilities for code documentation (Adding LaTex, Graphs, etc...).

Steven Lord
21 Mar 2019

Royi Avital wrote: Editor - I wish the editor could add rich text editing capabilities for code documentation (Adding LaTex, Graphs, etc...).

The Live Editor (introduced in release R2016a) provides rich text editing capabilities, including (as of release R2018a) the ability to select and edit a rectangular area of code.

Royi Avital
20 Apr 2020

Steven Lord
20 Apr 2020

Eric Keller
8 Feb 2012

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