Learn Matlab

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Published 10/2014 English

Course Description

MATLAB is a higher level programming language that has various uses in everyday problems. And this tutorial does exactly that.

We first go through the basics needed to begin the start of your programming journey. Such basics include but are not limited to :
1. Assigning numerical values to variables
2. Manipulating these variables in a meaningful way
3. Creating and manipulating vectors for problem solving
4. Creating and manipulating matrices for problem solving
5. Plotting various graphs to effectively display information

After mastering the basics, we move on to more advanced topics to manipulate data and various types of information in a more specific way.

Advanced topics include creating a graphical user interface and utilizing the image processing toolkit in MATLAB. This tutorial is designed to make MATLAB easier to understand and hopefully, not so scary!

What are the requirements?

  • Matlab Software Installation: You are requried to install the Matlab Software on your machine, so you can start exectuing the codes, and examples we work during the course. Please visit : https://www.mathworks.com/programs/trials/trial_request.html?prodcode=ML for requesting a free trial of the software if you didn't have it already. Most of the Universities offer a free student version of the software, therefore, if you are a student, first contact your university to see if such a program is avaiable. If you are not a student or your university didn't offer it, you can purchase the student version directly from Mathworks.
  • The will to learn programming and Matlab!

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Over 4 hours of content!
  • At the end of this course you are a confident Matlab Programmer
  • By the end of the course, you are able to formulate intermediate and some advanced engineering projects into Matlab and solve them using programming skills

What is the target audience?

  • Engineers
  • Programmers
  • Researchers
  • Teachers
  • College Students
  • High School Students
  • Entrepreneurs

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Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction to Matlab
10:56

This video is an introduction to the MATLAB environment describing the layout of the MATLAB interface with varying windows.

Section 2: Syntax
03:39

This video deals with simple mathematical operations and how they are used in MATLAB such as addition, subtraction and multiplication.

02:41

These videos deals with constant functions used for mathematical manipulations such as pi, squareroot, sine, cosine and many more

03:40

This video deals with commenting the code created using the ‘%’ sign and also how to create sections in one’s code using the ‘%%’ sign

01:32

This video deals with the use of the semi-colon as it suppresses the result which is useful for large data sets

01:53

This video deals with use of the colon in vectors, arrays and matrices.

Section 3: Variables
09:24

In this video, we deal with how to assign a variable with a numeric value, how to assign numerous variables with numerical value and how to manipulate these variables

Section 4: Commands
04:39

In this short video, we look at the everyday functions used in matlab such as exist (informing the user if a variable exists in the current workspace), who ( displays information on all variables in workspace) and others

06:57

In this short video, we look at the everyday functions used in matlab such as load (loading variables into the workspace), date ( displays the current date) and others

06:59

There are many ways to format how numbers are displayed in matlab. This video deals with the long, short, exponential and rational formatting.

5 questions

Quiz for Commands section

Section 5: Operators
06:26

This video deals with logical operators such as >, >=, < and others

07:47

In this video, we look at the basic arithmetic operators such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and raising a value to a power

09:34

In this video, we’re going to look at a myriad of operators as it pertains to sets and set theory such as the functions ismember(which lets you know if a particular item is a member of the set in question), union (which takes the union of 2 or more sets and make it into one set) and others

Section 6: Loops and Decisions
08:05

This video describe the use of if statements and how to create these statements in MATLAB

08:13

This video describe the use of for loops and how to create these loops in MATLAB

06:36

This video describe the use of while loops and how to create these loops in MATLAB

12:18

This video describe the use of nested for loops and how to create these loops in MATLAB

10 questions

Quiz for Loops and Decisions Quiz

Section 7: Vectors and Matrices
06:50

This video deals with the addition, subtraction, multiplication as well as scalar division and multiplication. This video also deals with transposing vectors.The elimination and choosing an element in a vector is also addressed. Appending vectors in column versus row formis also addressed.

11:24

This video will demonstrate how to create vectors and matrices of varying lengths using commands such as ‘zeros’ and ‘ones’.

06:05

In this video, we will look at how to add, subtract and multiple a matrix by another matrix or a scalar value

04:26

In this video, we will look at how to divide a matrix by another matrix and a scalar value. This video also demonstrates how to obtain the inverse of a matrix

05:23

This video demonstrates how matrices can be concatenated (how rows and/or columns can be added to a matrix) and how to generate the transpose of a matrix.

Section 8: Creating and running a script
09:16

In this video, we will look at how to create script in matlab using the editor window

4 questions

Quiz for Creating and running a script

Section 9: Manipulation of strings
05:02

This video deals with how strings are created and how to put a series of strings into 1 cell array using cellstr function

02:26

This video addresses the finding and replacing of a word or phrase in a string

02:14

This videos addresses the comparison of strings using the function strcmp

Section 10: Creating functions
10:49

In this video, we learn how to create simple functions with one input and outputs as well as simple functions with multiple inputs and outputs and how to use these functions

7 questions

Quiz for Create simple functions

06:21

In this video, we will look at how to create primary and sub functions as well as nested functions

8 questions

Quiz for Create primary, sub and nested functions

03:14

In this video, we will look at how to create private functions

04:14

In this video, we look at the use of the variable GLOBAL and its role in utilizing variables in and outside of functions

5 questions

Quiz for Create private functions & variable GLOBAL

Section 11: Data Import and Export
03:45

This is a very basic video on importing data into MATLAB and exporting data out of MATLAB using the functions importdata and save

Section 12: Plotting
03:25

In this video, the basics of plotting are introduced. These basics include the use of the function plot where the domain is plotted on the y-axis and the range is plotted on the x-axis.Labeling the x and y axes as well as giving the plot a title are also addressed in this video

09:40

This video deals with plotting multiple functions on one graph. Manipulations of the graph space such as setting the axes and displaying the legend are also addressed in this video. The function subplot is also discussed in this video where multiple plots can be displayed in one figure display.

02:57

This video deals with creating bar and contour plots.

Section 13: Polynomials
07:45

We will look at various functions that manipulate polynomials such as polyval (evaluates the polynomial for a specific value), roots(determine roots of the polynomial) and poly(given the roots, determines the coefficients of the polynomial).

Section 14: Creating Graphical User Interfaces (GUI)
18:03

This video deals how to create a Graphical user Interface (GUI) from scratch using a blank template in MATLAB.

Section 15: Image Processing
12:37

This video deals with a select few functions that can assist in processing and analyzing images. This video also dealt with the various ways in which an image can be displayed using functions such as imshow, imagesc and image.

6 questions

Quiz for Image Processing

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