Well, MATLAB® stands for MATrix-LABoratory and this site is dedicated to working with matrices, vectors, arrays... and MATLAB, of course. You can find and learn from plenty of examples, tutorials, applications (some basic and some advanced), and... I hope you can also have fun!
I should mention that it is sometimes misspelled MATHLAB, and the reason is pretty obvious: this virtual lab is about mathematics, algebra, geometry, graphics, science, programming... you name it...
I like this science laboratory, and I want you to enjoy it too; that's the idea behind this site. My first goal is to get you started quickly and pleasantly.
MATLAB is simple, powerful, and quite fast. It's is one of the most used tools in the field of engineering today. It provides easy extensibility with its own high-level programming language.
I started using this Matrix-Lab in 2003 in a CAD course on electronics and simulators. After that, I used it in almost every course I took. I've also worked with the 'Optimization', 'Neural Networks' and 'Digital Image Processing' toolboxes. This site is the result of some of my own experiences with this programming tool. Little by little you'll find more examples and applications. I'm launching this site starting with the basics.
After a couple of hours of getting started you can use the site as a reference. There are many examples which you can easily modify for your own use. The topics are based on what I wish I could have found when I was first learning.
If you find this site informative and useful, it is my pleasure to be of help to you. If you find it confusing, please take your time to let me know how or what to improve.
Step-by-step Matlab Tutorial to get you started quickly! See the descriptions and click on the one of your interest. After these 'in-a-nutshell' lessons, you'll be almost ready to do your own Matlab programs!
In this series of articles, we are going to develop several Matlab GUI (or graphical user interfaces). We explain callback-functions and relevant instructions to activate any action of the elements in the GUI...
This section includes several examples of generic programming. These programs perform a variety of common, practical tasks. Remarks or comments (preceded with a '%') are included in the examples to help Matlab learners understand how each program works...