Sample program: sometimes there are problems that MATLAB cannot solve in one line, a collection of statements to solve such a problem is called a program.
How to start: from MATLAB desktop select: File → New → M-file, or click the new file button on the desktop toolbar.
How a program works: MATLAB is called an interpreter as opposed to compiler. This means that each statement is translated into a language that computer understands and then immediately carried out.
Introduction to Programs
Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.
Educator.com recommends MATLAB and Simulink to use with our MATLAB course. MATLAB - Solve numerical problems quickly, so you can focus on coursework and projects rather than programming. Simulink - Model, simulate, and analyze dynamic systems. Target hardware support - Run Simulink models on Arduino, LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT, Raspberry Pi, and other hardware. 10 add-on products for math, statistics, and optimization; controls; signal and image processing; and test and measurement. The package includes a software activation key with instructions to download and install Student Version from www.mathworks.com