Get Started with MATLAB & Simulink: An Intro for Beginners
- You will need to have a valid MATLAB license (we will cover how to acquire one in this course)
Get Started with MATLAB & Simulink: An Intro for beginners is a course that focuses on teaching students about the various commands, functions, and features that MATLAB and Simulink have to offer. MATLAB and Simulink have a lot of capabilities however, this course will only focus on the introductory topics to get you comfortable in the MATLAB environment.
This course is designed to teach students through a combination of articles to help explain various topics and videos to show examples of these topics. There is a quiz that is designed to test students and let them know if they sufficiently understand the basic information about MATLAB. This course starts out by covering an overview of the MATLAB environment and where specific tools are located.
The project in this course contains the following information:
Instructions: This article explains what is required to complete the project.
Demonstration: This lecture demonstrates what is expected of the students in terms of how to complete the project.
Step-By-Step Solution: This lecture explains the thought process and how to complete the project in a step-by-step fashion.
Feel free to message me with any questions before signing up for this course!
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who wants to learn about MATLAB
- Anyone who wants to know what is required to download and install MATLAB
- 04:17Welcome to the Course
- 00:05Learn MATLAB and Simulink Programming
- 04:46Step 1 - Create a Mathworks Account
- 07:16Step 2 - Purchase & Download MATLAB & Simulink
- 06:12Step 3 - Install MATLAB & Simulink
- 06:12Step 4 - Verify Installation
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