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Essentials of MATLAB

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MATLAB, a popular software in all disciplines - including electronics, electrical and mechanical engineering. This course will show you step-by-step how to use the power of Matlab! In this course you will learn How to solve technical problems using Matlab, Formulate programs and simulations, GUI and standalone software development, 2d-3d graphics and animations and much more. No prior programming experience or knowledge of MATLAB is required to learn this course!

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  1. Chapter 1

  2. Chapter 2

  3. Chapter 3

    • 3.1 - Programming part 1
    • 3.2 - Programming part 2
    • Quiz 3
  4. Chapter 4

    • 4.1 - MATLAB Graphics (2D-3D) Part 1
    • 4.2 - MATLAB Graphics (2D-3D) Part 2
    • Quiz 4
  5. Chapter 5

    • 5- Errors, Pitfalls & Debugging M-Files
    • Quiz 5
  6. Chapter 6

    • 6- Data Import-Export
    • Quiz 6
  7. Chapter 7

    • 7.1 - GUI (Graphical User Interface) part 1
    • 7.3 - GUI (Graphical User Interface) part 3
    • 7.2 - GUI (Graphical User Interface) part 2
  8. Chapter 8

    • 8- Simulink
  9. Chapter 9

    • 9- Performance Optimization
  10. Chapter 10

    • 10- Deployment
  • About this Training

    In this course you will Get started with MATLAB. You will learn How to solve technical problems using Matlab, Formulate programs and simulations, GUI and standalone software development, 2d-3d graphics and animations, How to interface with other entities. No prior programming experience or knowledge of MATLAB is required to learn this course!

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    3-D Surface Analysis - In this project The Gaussian function is plotted as 3-D surface, lots of graphics options are available to rotate in any view and to customize the view. This data can be saved in Excel file also.

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Multiple gtexts

asked by AadarshRajesh

Try figure properties.

gtext function works on the bases of figure handles.

answered by , 7 months ago. [ 29th - Jan, 2018 ]

color detection

asked by Anumayank.

Yes!
Visit Matlab central file exchange. There look for my (Suraj Kamya) author name and you will get the full code.

answered by , 11 months ago. [ 6th - Oct, 2017 ]

Is it possible to directly call a function from another directory?

asked by TVENKATESH

You can add the path of the function to this directory or also can specify path while calling function.

answered by , [ Jan, 2017 ]

thank you sir

answered by TVENKATESH, [ Jan, 2017 ]

Function arguments

asked by GauravBhandari

Both functions are same as in both case the variable provided by you are formal arguments.

answered by , [ Sep, 2016 ]

Unary Plus & Unary Minus

asked by NAVNEETKISHAN

Yes unary operators (+, -) are different from arithmetic (+,-). As the name indicates unary requires only one operand whereas arithmetic operators are binary or requires two operands at minimum.

In general unary + have no use in arithmetic or as NOP. They are used to define the sign of the operand.

answered by , [ Aug, 2016 ]

Thanks for clarifying my doubt but can you please elaborate it with any example.

answered by NAVNEETKISHAN, [ Aug, 2016 ]

Sir, Please explain these terms

asked by biplabRoy

markerfacecolor is used to change the color of line's pointer in stem plots and ylim function is equivalent to axis(xmin, xmax, ymin, ymax). To set the scales of y-axis.
For more details refer to Ch-04 again...

answered by , [ Aug, 2015 ]

thank you sir

answered by biplabRoy, [ Aug, 2015 ]

Regarding video content

asked by NAGENDRAPAVANADDALA

Please refer to Lecture 1.2

answered by , [ Jul, 2015 ]

Question related to plots

asked by biplabRoy

Yes! it will give you error. Please explore carefully the code file you have generated so, in that you need to redefine the input arguments as code generated is a skeleton code.

answered by , [ Jul, 2015 ]

You can use image as background simply by
hold on
For more insight refer to GUI section.

answered by , [ Jul, 2015 ]

Quiz 5, Question 5

asked by YashKothari

Yes! by the logic you are explaining it should be false.

But the right answer is true, because its possible to call the function from outside its parent directory, but to do so you need the file to be added in path.

answered by , [ Jul, 2015 ]

which brackets to use

asked by GauthamSurya

when using Matlab functions like length(), plot() etc we use parenthesis().
When we are dealing with array or more than one variable(s) then we use box bracket. []

eg. plot(x,y) ------>plot[x,y] will give error

ASSUMING 'd' is a multi dimensional array eg: 3x4
then

[row,column] = size(d)

(Note: size is an inbuilt MATLAB function and returns number of rows and columns of an array. Therefore in our example, row will get 3 and column will get 4)

Hope I'm able to clarify upto a certain extent!

answered by YashKothari, [ Jul, 2015 ]

size is outputting 2 arguments and they are getting stored in row and column

answered by YashKothari, [ Jul, 2015 ]

yes thanks yash kothari..

answered by GauthamSurya, [ Jul, 2015 ]

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