Matlab Designated Computer Installation

How to Create your Matlab account 

  1. Go to: https://www.mathworks.com/login
  2. Click on "Create Account" below the "Log In" button.
  3. Enter your @brown.edu email address in the "Email Address" field.
  4. In the "Country/Region" field United States should already be selected, but if not choose the United States.
  5. Select the appropriate use from the drop-down list in the "How Will You Use MathWorks Software" field: Faculty/Staff - "Teaching or research in school"; Student - "Student use"
  6. Answer Yes to the "Are you at least 13 years or older" field.
  7. Click on the "Create" button.
  8. Verify your email address by accessing your email and clicking on the link that was sent by "service".
  9. Enter your first name and last name into the appropriate fields.
  10. You can input a User ID, but this is optional.
  11. Input a password (not your Brown University password) and enter it in both the "Password" and "Password Confirmation" fields.
  12. Describe your Role and input your Department (your department, major, or undecided).
  13. You can skip the Associate Your Account to a License and click on the "Create" button.
  14. Your account has been created.

 

Associate the Brown License with Your Account 

  1. Go to the MathWorks site and sign in with your new account: https://www.mathworks.com/login
  2. Enter your login information that you used to create your MathWorks account.
  3. Click your name and select "My Account" beneath your name at the top right of the window.
  4. Click the “Associate” button at middle box that says “Associate with a License” using this Activation Key.

 

Downloading Matlab from MathWorks Site

  1. Go to the MathWorks site and sign in with your new account: https://www.mathworks.com/login
  2. Enter your login information that you used to create your MathWorks account.
  3. In the My Software section, click on the Down arrow to the right of the just-added Matlab license
  4. Click on the main download button to start downling Matlab.

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