- [Lecturer] Now that you've got your feet wet in MATLAB, let's see where you can learn more. A great place to get started is on the MathWorks website where there's a ton of tutorials on both MATLAB and Simulink. I definitely suggest you check it out. If you're interested in getting started in electronics and electrical engineering we also have some great course here in our library. I suggest you check out Electronics Foundations: Fundamentals with Barron Stone and his other two courses, Electronics Foundations: Basic Circuits, and Semiconductor Devices.
These courses are really fun and cover the basic concepts of electronics with some great analogies. If you want to did more into hardware, I suggest you check out the course Learning Arduino with Peggy Fisher and the course Arduino: Pulse Width Modulation with Rae Hoyt. I hope this course has given you a taste of just how powerful MATLAB is and gives you just a little taste of why engineers, mathematicians and scientists all over the world use it every day. So get out there and crunch some numbers.
- Creating MATLAB variables
- Working with matrix and scalar operations
- Using if statements and loops
- Creating functions
- Importing data
- Building basic plots and 3D plots
- Working with images
- Creating Simulink models