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MATLAB
Tutorial
This is a
group of easy stepbystep
Matlab tutorials. See the descriptions and go to the topic of your
interest. After these 'inanutshell'
lessons,
you'll be almost ready to do your own Matlab programs!
Tutorial
Lesson 1: Using
MATLAB (a minimum
session)
You'll log on or invoke
MATLAB, do a few trivial
calculations and log
off.

Tutorial
Lesson 2: Vector
Algebra (algebra
with many numbers at once!). You'll learn to create
arrays and vectors,
and how to perform algebra
and trigonometric operations on them. This is called 'Vector Algebra'...
Tutorial
Lesson 3: Matlab
Plots (creating and
printing plots). You'll learn to make simple MATLAB
plots and print them out...

Tutorial Lesson 4: Matlab
Code (creating,
saving, and
executing a Script File). You'll learn
to create Script files
(MATLAB code)
and execute them.
Tutorial
Lesson 5: Matlab
Programs
(create and execute Function Files). You'll learn to write and execute
Matlab programs. Also, you'll learn
the difference
between a script
file and a function
file...
Working
with Polynomials
Polynomials
are used so commonly in algebra, geometry and math in general that
Matlab has
special
commands to deal with them. The polynomial 2^{4}
+ 3x^{3}
− 10x^{2} − 11x + 22 is represented by...
Polynomial Regression
More examples on curve fitting using polyfit and polyval...
Cell
Arrays
These objects are able to
store variables of
different size or
type (very much like structures
in other programming languages). It is
the most
versatile data object...
One
script after another 
Exponential Decay
A quantity is said to be subject to exponential decay if it decreases
at a rate proportional to its value. Halflife is the period of time...
Merge
Text Files
Ways to merge text files in Matlab. This is very
useful if
we want to work with available data that was generated by
other programs...
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