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In this course, you will learn:
Chapter 1: First Look
The video introduces the learner to the MATLAB desktop environment. At the end of this video, the learner will be able to identify and use
The learner will be able to create variables and perform simple mathematical operations on them.
Chapter 2: Introduction to matrices
This chapter is divided into 9 parts
Chapter 3: Working with arrays
This chapter is divided into 4 parts
Chapter 4: Make an animation
This chapter is divided into 7 parts.
Chapter 5: Three dimensional plots
This chapter is divided into 2 parts
Chapter 6: Working with Data
This chapter has been divided into 8 parts.
Chapter 7: Working with Tables
This chapter has been divided into 2 parts.
Chapter 8: Introduction to Simulink
This chapter has been divided into 7 parts
Chapter 9: Simple Graphical User Interfaces
This chapter is divided into 5 parts.
Chapter 10: Miscellaneous / Bonus Lectures
This chapter aims to give the learner ideas to create codes and block diagrams and thus practice MATLAB. This chapter has been divided into 10 parts
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Section 1: Welcome to MATLAB for the absolute beginner!  

Lecture 1  02:23  
This lecture will introduce you to your instructor and show you what you will learn by taking the course. 

Section 2: First Look at MATLAB  
Lecture 2  09:14  
The lecture introduces the learner to the MATLAB desktop environment. At the end of this lecture, the learner will be able to identify and use:
The learner will be able to create variables and perform simple mathematical operations on them. 

Section 3: Introduction to Matrices  
Lecture 3  01:43  
This session demonstrates:


Lecture 4  01:34  
The session demonstrates the use of indices to access a section of the matrix. 

Lecture 5  00:45  
The session demonstrates the addition and subtraction of matrices. 

Lecture 6  01:18  
This session demonstrates the multiplication operation on matrices. 

Lecture 7  03:34  
Sessions 5 and 6 demonstrate the use of matrices is solving a numerical problem. 

Lecture 8  03:36  
Sessions 5 and 6 demonstrate the use of matrices is solving a numerical problem. 

Lecture 9  03:46  
Sessions 7, 8, and 9 introduce the learner to blackandwhite, grayscale and coloured images in MATLAB. 

Lecture 10  08:07  
Sessions 7, 8, and 9 introduce the learner to blackandwhite, grayscale and coloured images in MATLAB. 

Lecture 11  03:10  
Sessions 7, 8, and 9 introduce the learner to blackandwhite, grayscale and coloured images in MATLAB. 

Section 4: Working With Arrays  
Lecture 12  01:05  
This session introduces the learner to arrays in MATLAB, and some basic mathematical operations. 

Lecture 13  02:45  
This session takes an example of a quadratic expression, and how arrays can be used to evaluate it over a range of values. 

Lecture 14  03:59  
This session discusses how to generate a sequence of numbers in MATLAB. 

Lecture 15  02:16  
This session demonstrates common statistical computations on arrays like mean, median et cetera. 

Section 5: Make an Animation in MATLAB  
Lecture 16  01:31  
This session introduces the learner to the Editor Window in MATLAB. 

Lecture 17  03:30  
Sessions 27 demonstrate how to develop the animation of a rotating fan step by step. 

Lecture 18  03:01  
Sessions 27 demonstrate how to develop the animation of a rotating fan step by step. 

Lecture 19  03:17  
Sessions 27 demonstrate how to develop the animation of a rotating fan step by step. 

Lecture 20  06:08  
Sessions 27 demonstrate how to develop the animation of a rotating fan step by step. 

Lecture 21  04:47  
Sessions 27 demonstrate how to develop the animation of a rotating fan step by step. 

Lecture 22  01:41  
Sessions 27 demonstrate how to develop the animation of a rotating fan step by step. 

Section 6: Three Dimensional Plots in MATLAB  
Lecture 23  06:07  
This session discusses three dimensional line plots. 

Lecture 24  07:27  
This session discusses three dimensional surface plots. 

Section 7: Working with Data and Graphs in MATLAB  
Lecture 25  03:05  
This session is a recapitulation of the common statistical operations of mean, median et cetera. 

Lecture 26  01:17  
This session demonstrates how to make a simple bar graph/chart. 

Lecture 27  04:25  
This session demonstrates how to make a bar graph/chart with multiple bars grouped together. 

Lecture 28  02:41  
This session demonstrates how to make a pie chart. 

Lecture 29  03:28  
This session takes a line plot and adds title and labels to it, to enhance readability. 

Lecture 30  02:48  
This session adds labels and enhances the readability of a pie chart. 

Lecture 31  16:54  
Sessions 7 and 8 demonstrate how to create a function with looping and conditional statements. 

Lecture 32  12:27  
Sessions 7 and 8 demonstrate how to create a function with looping and conditional statements. 

Section 8: Working with Tables in MATLAB  
Lecture 33  05:39  
This session introduces the user to structures, demonstrates how to create tables using structures, and discusses an application where multiple tables are joined together. 

Lecture 34  07:00  
This session reads a file, convert the data into table and perform some operations on them. 

Section 9: Introduction to Simulink  
Lecture 35  01:15  
This shows how to open Simulink. 

Lecture 36  05:06  
This session demonstrates how to make a simple model on Simulink. 

Lecture 37  05:45  
This session demonstrates some common sources. 

Lecture 38  03:49  
This session demonstrates blocks related to common mathematical operations. 

Lecture 39  06:42  
This session demonstrates how Simulink can be used to model digital logic circuits. 

Lecture 40  01:56  
This session demonstrates how to make a submodule/subsystem/subcircuit on Simulink. 

Lecture 41  09:30  
This session demonstrates how to make Simulink models for differential equations. 

Section 10: Simple Graphical User Interfaces(GUI) in MATLAB  
Lecture 42  01:07  
This session demonstrates the input function in MATLAB. 

Lecture 43  01:47  
Sessions 25 demonstrates simple GUIs in MATLAB. 

Lecture 44  01:12  
Sessions 25 demonstrates simple GUIs in MATLAB. 

Lecture 45  01:19  
Sessions 25 demonstrates simple GUIs in MATLAB. 

Lecture 46  01:41  
Sessions 25 demonstrates simple GUIs in MATLAB. 

Section 11: Miscellaneous / Bonus MATLAB Lectures  
Lecture 47  04:11  
This session introduces the user to the Symbolic Math Toolbox. 

Lecture 48  03:17  
This session demonstrates how the functions in the Symbolic Math toolbox can be used to solve a numerical problem. 

Lecture 49  03:40  
This session demonstrates how to use Symbolic Math Toolbox to work with Laplace transforms and then moves to the Control System Toolbox. 

Lecture 50  02:14  
This session is just the viewing of a paper from which Control System codes and block diagrams can be made. 

Lecture 51  04:08  
This session introduces the Histogram Equalization function in the Image Processing Toolbox. 

Lecture 52  03:13  
This session introduces Grayscale conversion, Morphological operations, and more functions in the Image Processing Toolbox. 

Lecture 53  03:04  
This session takes an example and demonstrates recursive functions on MATLAB. 

Lecture 54  01:54  
This session is just the viewing of a paper from which Simulink models relevant to Digital Signal Processing can be made. 

Lecture 55  03:13  
This session is just the viewing of a document on sequences and progressions, which can be used to create iterativve and recursive functions on MATLAB. 

Lecture 56  02:32  
This session shows a Graphical User Interface which the learner can try to create using concepts on image processing. 
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