Introduction to Programming with MATLAB

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Introduction to Programming with MATLAB
This course gives you an easy introduction to programming in MATLAB using the EasyMatLAB plug-in. We will learn how to use MATLAB for simulation, and we will cover the basics of interactive programming with the help of a simulation environment. We will use MATLAB’s built-in optimization features to get you started. You will also learn how to use the Debug and Print function.

After completing this course, you will be able to use MATLAB for simulation, write interactive MATLAB programs, write interactive MATLAB programs that use MATLAB tools, and use MATLAB to develop interactive applications.MATLAB Basics
MATLAB for Simulation
MATLAB for Self-Simulation
MATLAB for Debugging and Printing
Introduction to Probability and Data
This is a course on how to read large data sets. To get started, we recommend you read Dataset A in this course. If you have no idea what a data set is, this course will help. You can also skip to the next week.

This course is an introduction to basic statistics that you will need in order to understand the math in your head. We will get you up and running quickly by showing you how to read large data sets and how to analyze data. We will also get you up to speed on the basics of Excel, a popular spreadsheets software. All of this will help you to begin to understand the math that is used in the data crunching and to become a more advanced data reader.

You will need to buy a few additional items as you continue through the course. You can find them in the Resources area.

A data set consists of (a) binary data (data with one or more bits), (b) text data (data with one or more lines), and (c) memory data (data with a certain amount of memory). You can think of a data set as a library. The course uses three readings/listening in order to keep things interesting. At each reading, you will learn an additional term or lecture from the course. Each time you complete the course, you will unlock a term or lecture from the course.

The course uses an online textbook, which means you can explore the course material and earn the Coursera course certificate if you want. The book that you will need is available from Amazon or from a library. It is a PDF file of the course. You can copy and paste the link into your browser, but you will need a computer with a free Internet connection. You can also use Microsoft Office 2003 or later on your computer.

The course is interactive and requires you to buy and use some software. You can find the software in the Resources area. You can also purchase software from the Microsoft Store. You will need to download and run it. Then you can follow the on-screen instructions to proceed

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