Matlab R2016a added the .mltbx toolbox packaged toolbox format that is proprietary to Matlab.
Oftentimes we desire to
distribute a Matlab package as a set of .m source files
To add a “toolbox” or “package” to Matlab and use functions from that toolbox requires using “addpath” or “import” Matlab syntax.
This example makes those paths persistent in Matlab and Octave, using example toolbox directories
addpath() instead of
Do not put brackets or braces around the multiple paths.
Prepend your path(s) by adding to file
~/Documents/MATLAB/startup.m (this also works with GNU Octave).
Restart Matlab/Octave and type
and you should see your new toolbox directories at the top.
Matlab doesn’t autoload
Older versions of Matlab don’t automatically load from
Set environment variable: