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Is it recommended to install all of the toolboxes in Matlab ~15GB?

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Xueling
Xueling on 27 May 2015
Commented: Suyog Sankhe on 24 Aug 2019
Hi All,
I'm install Matlab for the first time. When it comes to customize what toolboxes to install, I'm not very sure which ones could be leave out. I was wondering if it is a huge burden to install them all. Thanks for any insights.
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Camilo Malagon Nieto
Camilo Malagon Nieto on 18 Jan 2018
https://se.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/102729-how-much-disk-space-do-the-matlab-simulink-products-require

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Muhammad nasiri
Muhammad nasiri on 22 Sep 2017
Edited: Muhammad nasiri on 22 Sep 2017
For an Undergraduate student, following tool boxes are necessary: Maths, statistics, image processing, compiler, signal processing, coder...
Install the rest of tool boxes as per need
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Suyog Sankhe
Suyog Sankhe on 24 Aug 2019
So I guess my institute has spent quite a bit on the license, because I can see all the options there are to download(~15GB), including the MATLAB Compiler.

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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 27 May 2015
Sure. You bought them, so why wouldn't you? And with disk space at $40 per terabyte now (recent ad I saw), 15 GB is no problem at all.
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Joseph Cheng
Joseph Cheng on 27 May 2015
I agree, GB is affordable these days and unless you're running it on a laptop/tablet without the ability to upgrade the hard drive (mackbook air, microsoft surface pro, etc.) then only install specific sets of toolboxes. Such as if you are not going to do any parallel computing or control systems then you can probably skip on the parallel computing and control systems products.
If you're starting out as a beginner like per isakson is assuming and have access to all toolboxes then I would suggest the toolboxes in the product families:
  • Math, statistics and optimization
  • Image processing and computer vision
  • code generation and verification and/or Application Deployment
+ any simulink stuff you may do.

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