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Matlab
Help  Quick Orientation to this programming software
This
section is basic Matlab help. It's an introduction to this powerful
software tool so that you can learn about vector or matrix
basics,
and also can get a list of the most used commands. You can
also
visit our Sitemap
(Table of Contents).

Below you
can find the first steps necessary to work with vectors and matrices...
A
Guide to
Matlab
The following information acts as a roadmap
or a guide to MATLAB,
and
it's a good way to start learning its environment. These descriptions
take you to further information...

Matlab
Training (selfpaced)
What
is MATLAB? The word MATLAB stands for MATrixLABoratory. This is
where
you're going to start your
selfpaced MATLAB training! This virtual lab
is a program for highperformance numerical operations and
visualization...
Matlab
Help
In
this section we talk about some basic features and commands.
This
is a kind of Matlab
quick help. To begin with, we look at the general
structure of the environment. Typing 'help function' (in the
Matlab command window)...
General
MATLAB
commands
These are Matlab commands
to be used for online
help, directory
information, workspace
information, general
information and Matlab termination. These functions can be
used within scripts or in the command window...
More
MATLAB
Commands...
On this page we present the use of some basic MATLAB commands
and functions. With Matlab, you can perform simple operations, as if
you were working with a calculator.
You can download
a very
helpful list of commands...
Vector
Basics
The numbers of the array
should be separated by spaces
(like shown) or
commas.
If you're working with complex
numbers, you must avoid spaces
and work only with commas...
The
Magic Square
This image is
filled with mathematical symbolism, and if you look carefully, you will
see a matrix in the upper right corner. This matrix is known as a magic
square and was believed by many in Durer’s time to have
real mystical
properties...
Matrices
Arrays
of numbers can also compose matrices.
To create a matrix,
spaces
or
commas
separate the elements in columns,
semicolons
separate rows...
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