How to download a particular toolbox of MATLAB?

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From where can I download a particular toolbox of MATLAB?
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 4 Feb 2021
See my answer below on how to install toolboxes after you have a license.
Once a toolbox is installed and licensed, then there is no special way to access them; you just start making calls to the functions in the toolbox. You do not need to use anything similar to
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 7 Mar 2016
If you are using R2014a or later, and you already have a license for the toolbox (and the license has made it through the processing to be registered against your account), then you run the MATLAB installer, which will detect which toolboxes are on your license and will give you an option to pick which ones you want to install.
If you do not already have a license for the toolbox, then you need to either request a trial of the software (you will be sent a download link if the trial is granted), or you need to purchase first.
Note: if you are working within a sufficiently large organization that is doing the purchasing for you, such as academic institutions with site-wide licenses, then you might need to contact your IT staff to find out where the installation files are.
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Steven Lord
Steven Lord on 3 Apr 2018
There's also the Add-Ons icon on the Home tab of the Toolstrip. Since at least release R2015b you can use it to install MathWorks toolboxes as well as community-authored toolboxes. I haven't done this myself but when you try to get a MathWorks toolbox add-on via the Add-Ons manager, I believe if you have a license for it the manager will launch the installer for you.

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Moe_2015 on 7 Mar 2016
Here is a list of all the MATLAB toolboxes. You have to purchase a toolbox in order to download it. Just click on the toolbox you want and there is a link to contact sales.

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