MATLAB for Engineering Students Part 2
What you'll learn
- Write subfunctions, anonymous functions, and utilize string concepts
- Create user defined functions with variable inputs and outputs
- Curve fit data using polynomials
- Use symbolic math & calculus functions
- Be familiar with fundamental MATLAB concepts such as if statements, looping, logicals,user-defined functions, matrices
- Must have access to MATLAB - student versions are avaialble at the MathWorks website
- Knowledge of calculus topics like derivatives, polynomials, and integration
- MATLAB for Engineering Students Part 1 is very helpful
MATLAB for Engineering Students Part 2 is a continuation of my MATLAB for Engineering Students course. This class will enhance your MATLAB skills and allow you to write more efficient and complicated code. We will cover several different types of user defined functions, strings and math topics.
Here's what you'll learn:
User-defined functions with multiple outputs
String concepts (concatenation, sprintf, eval & more)
Function functions & function handles
Variable input & variable output functions (varargin & varargout)
Curve fitting with polynomials
Integration & differentiation
What you get when you enroll:
Downloadable slides and examples are provided in pdf form for each section
10 hours of on demand lecture videos
10 downloadable quizzes with video solutions in case you get stuck
This course assumes you have knowledge of the following MATLAB concepts:
Looping (for, nested, while)
User-defined functions with one output
load & save functions
Enhance your MATLAB skills today! Enroll now!
Who this course is for:
- Intermediate MATLAB users who want to learn more about user-defined functions, strings, and math techniques
I graduated from Auburn University with a M.S. and PhD in Aerospace Engineering. After graduation I began worked as a Systems Engineer at Lockheed Martin. After working in industry for 8 years I decided to focus on teaching full time.
I have 18+ years of teaching experience and have helped 1000's of students transform from freshmen to successful engineers. Some of the courses I teach include: Statics, Dynamics, Thermodynamics, MATLAB, Numerical Analysis, Controls, Fluid Mechanics and Solid Mechanics. I have taught at Auburn University, University of North Texas and Texas Christian University.
I believe in teaching my courses in a way that I wanted to be taught when I was in school...plenty of examples, not a lot of theory. Many instructors don't understand the learning needs of their students. They give complicated lectures full of theory but then hardly ever work out examples. The examples they do work tend to be simple or the examples already presented in the course textbook.
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My courses have plenty of detailed examples with only the theory and derivations you really need. My current Udemy course offerings are MATLAB Parts 1 and 2, Numerical Analysis, Thermodynamics, Statics, Dynamics Parts 1 and 2, Fluid Mechanics Parts 1, 2 and 3, Controls, Orbital Mechanics and more.
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