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Online Training Understanding of MATLAB
MATLAB is considered to be a common programming language used for analyzing large amount of data. This training is a basic understanding of getting started with using MATLAB technical computing environment. This course is planned for beginning users and those who want to understand what is MATLAB basically meant for. No prior programming experience or knowledge of MATLAB is required, and the course is structured in a way that we move from one topic to another through hands-on examples and exercises. MATLAB competency is developed in a natural way, with an emphasis on practical application. Themes of data analysis, visualization, modeling, and programming are explored throughout the course.Topics that you are going to learn through this MATLAB beginners training include;1.Introduction2.Matlab Variables3.Graph plot4. Array operation and linear equation5.Control Flow6.Scripts7.Matlab Function8.Debugging matlab function9.OptimizationIn this training you will learn about;1. More graph plotting2. File System3. Data structure4. Probability and Statistics5. Symbolic expression and Algebraic equation6. Basic design in simulink7. Debugging and Speed tricks
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