Frequently Asked Questions
What MATLAB functions does SIMO have?
SIMO supports the most commonly used MATLAB functions. If you are a college student or instructor, it will probably satisfy your need. However, there is a possibility that you wish to use a function that is not yet available. You are strongly recommended to check out our document site. You can check if a function is already available. If it is not, you can fill in the request form below. We will be working diligently to include it in a future update.
Can my existing MATLAB code run in SIMO?
Your MATLAB code will run perfectly in SIMO, unless it uses functions not yet included in SIMO. You are strongly recommended to visit our document site to check if a function is already available. If it is not, you can fill in the request form below. We will be working diligently to include it in a future update.
Does SIMO has a limit of the array size?
No, there is no limit. You can create as many arrays as you need, and there is no limit on array size whatsoever. However, SIMO may crash when it cannot get enough memory from the operating system, although it rarely happens for average use. If you experience crashing, you may want to refactor your code to use fewer variables.
Does SIMO support cell array?
No, we do not support cell arrays at this moment.
Can I sync files between my iOS devices?
Yes. If you enable iCloud sync in SIMO, all files will be synced across your iCloud-connected devices and computers instantly.
Can I run SIMO files on my computers using MATLAB?
Yes, if your files in SIMO are synced to iCloud. In MATLAB, simply set the path to "/Users/[Your username]/Library/Mobile Documents/iCloud~numerical~simo/Documents". Any change you've made on your computer will be synced to your iCloud-connected devices instantly.
Can I sync files between SIMO and my computers?
Yes, if your files in SIMO are synced to iCloud. Your SIMO files can be found in your computer in the folder "/Users/[Your username]/Library/Mobile Documents/iCloud~numerical~simo/Documents".
What cloud services does SIMO support?
SIMO uses iCloud to sync your files across devices. It also supports file import and export with major cloud services, such as Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, and OneDrive.
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