In order to use our MATLAB interface, you'll need to use
the MATLAB function
gurobi_setup to tell MATLAB where
to find the Gurobi
mex file. This file is stored in the
<installdir>/matlab directory of your Gurobi installation.
For example, if you installed the 64-bit Windows version of Gurobi
the default location, you should run
>> cd c:/Users/jones/gurobi1003/win64/matlab
gurobi_setup function adjusts your MATLAB path to include
<installdir>/matlab directory. If you want to avoid typing
this command every time you start MATLAB, follow the instructions
gurobi_setup to permanently adjust your path.
The MATLAB examples provided with the Gurobi distribution are
included in the
To run these examples you need to change to this directory.
For example, if you are running the 64-bit Windows version of Gurobi,
you would say:
>> cd c:/Users/jones/gurobi1003/win64/examples/matlab
If the Gurobi package was successfully installed, you should see the following output:
status: 'OPTIMAL' versioninfo: [1x1 struct] runtime: 2.9397e-04 objval: 3 x: [3x1 double] slack: [2x1 double] poolobjbound: 3 pool: [1x2 struct] mipgap: 0 objbound: 3 objboundc: 3 itercount: 0 baritercount: 0 nodecount: 0 x 1 y 0 z 1 Obj: 3.000000e+00