Join Patrick Royal for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of Learning MATLAB.
I've downloaded the exercise files for this course to my desktop, and they're in a folder called Exercise Files. I'm currently on a PC, but the files will work the same regardeless of your operating system. Inside the folder, each chapter has it's own folder and in those folders you'll find sample files for the sample scripts within. I will point the files out to you as I use them in videos. In the folder for chapter three, you'll find two key files. These going along with the videos on creating scripts and creating function.
And give an example of what your scipt or function should look like if you followed all of the steps in the video correctly. The scripts and functions you create in those videos will be used in other videos, so if you skip the videos where the files are created, you can still use the key files in later videos. All of these files are relatively simple, but they will save you from having to retype all of the code used if you're following along. If you don't have access to the Exercise Files, you can follow the movie from scratch, although you might need to pause once in a while to type the code on screen.
- Installing MATLAB
- Working with MATLAB variables
- Working with matrix and scalar operations
- Creating functions
- Understanding performance considerations
- Building basic plots
- Creating responsive programs
- Editing variables manually
- Working with the Statistics Toolbox
Skill Level Intermediate
1. General Concepts
2. Core MATLAB Syntax
3. Programming in MATLAB
4. Data Representations
5. External Toolboxes
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