Matlab Training - Fundamentals

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Matlab Training - Fundamentals in Geneva, Zurich, Huston, San-Antonio, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Diego, New York, Washington, Chicago, San Francisco and anywhere in Switzerland, USA, Great Britain and Germany.


375.-/d
ID : 227

Goal : This training provides a comprehensive introduction to the MATLAB technical computing environment. The course is intended for beginning users and those looking for a review. No prior programming experience or knowledge of MATLAB is assumed.

Audience : B.Tech, M.Tech, PHD Researchers, Other Professional Researchers

Prerequisites : Undergraduate level in mathematics or equivalent (familiar with complex/imaginary numbers)

Goals :
  • Introduction
  • How to cite MATLAB in your scientific publications/papers
  • Control MATLAB user interface using MS-DOS prompt
  • Discover and customize MATLAB GUI
  • How to use integrated help commands
  • Discover MATLAB system commands
  • Manage Toolboxes and working paths
  • Manage variables and clipboard
  • Manage workspaces and use commands diary
  • Format number and style output format
  • Arithmetic operations on scalars,Operators of comparison
  • Real numbers manipulations
  • Arithmetic operations on complex numbers
  • Rounding results
  • Set (vectors) operations
  • Arithmetic operations on vectors
  • Arithmetic operations on matrices
  • Manipulating tables (structured arrays)
  • Creating a multidimensional array
  • Important elementary mathematical functions

Pedagogical method : A certificate will be awarded to each participant who has attended at least 80% of the training.

Suggested duration (days) : 4

Daily price : 375 CHF
Price per day per trainee without course material, without certificate, without evaluation, without training room or computer

Book
  • Title : MATLAB
  • Author(s) : Vincent Isoz
  • Pages : 1337
  • ISBN :

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