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  • If you have trouble installing MATLAB, go to the University of Arizona MATLAB Portal and click ‘Need Installation Help’ to get support. What is MATLAB and Simulink MATLAB, the language of technical computing, is a programming environment for algorithm development, data analysis, visualization, and numeric computation.
  • Please note that Matlab uses radian units by default. To switch to degrees, just add the letter d at the end of the above functions: cosd, sind, tand. Exponentials and square root. Other main mathematical functions have a pretty standard notation on Matlab.

MATLAB ® combines a desktop environment tuned for iterative analysis and design processes with a programming language that expresses matrix and array mathematics directly. It includes the Live Editor for creating scripts that combine code, output, and formatted text in an executable notebook.

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In MATLAB environment, every variable is an array or matrix.

You can assign variables in a simple way. For example,

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It creates a 1-by-1 matrix named x and stores the value 3 in its element. Let us check another example,

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Please note that −

  • Once a variable is entered into the system, you can refer to it later.

  • Variables must have values before they are used.

  • When an expression returns a result that is not assigned to any variable, the system assigns it to a variable named ans, which can be used later.

For example,

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You can use this variable ans

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Multiple Assignments

You can have multiple assignments on the same line. For example,

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I have forgotten the Variables!

The who command displays all the variable names you have used.

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The whos command displays little more about the variables −

  • Variables currently in memory
  • Type of each variables
  • Memory allocated to each variable
  • Whether they are complex variables or not

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The clear command deletes all (or the specified) variable(s) from the memory.

Long Assignments

Long assignments can be extended to another line by using an ellipses (..). For example,

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The format Command

By default, MATLAB displays numbers with four decimal place values. This is known as short format.

However, if you want more precision, you need to use the format command.

The format long command displays 16 digits after decimal.

For example −

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The format bank command rounds numbers to two decimal places. For example,

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MATLAB displays large numbers using exponential notation.

The format short e command allows displaying in exponential form with four decimal places plus the exponent.

For example,

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The format long e command allows displaying in exponential form with four decimal places plus the exponent. For example,

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The format rat command gives the closest rational expression resulting from a calculation. For example,

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Creating Vectors

A vector is a one-dimensional array of numbers. MATLAB allows creating two types of vectors −

  • Row vectors
  • Column vectors

Row vectors are created by enclosing the set of elements in square brackets, using space or comma to delimit the elements.

For example,

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Column vectors are created by enclosing the set of elements in square brackets, using semicolon(;) to delimit the elements.

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Creating Matrices

A matrix is a two-dimensional array of numbers.

In MATLAB, a matrix is created by entering each row as a sequence of space or comma separated elements, and end of a row is demarcated by a semicolon. For example, let us create a 3-by-3 matrix as −

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Content on these pages is derived from participant presentations, discussions, and breakout groups at theTeaching Computation with MATLAB workshops.
Computation is the use of computers to perform calculations, model data, make predictions, and test hypotheses. Computational skills are necessary to employ quantitative methods in complex scientific contexts and with large data sets. With today's unprecedented data availability there are numerous new science and engineering opportunities if one has the necessary computational skills. Developing these skills requires students to be comfortable with languages and tools such as MATLAB that enable them to express and explore solutions to scientific problems.

In order to provide students with the computational skills they need to be successful, the teaching of computation must change to reflect the changing landscape of computation. Teaching Computation in the Sciences Using MATLAB provides resources to help educators incorporate computation into their classrooms and engage with a community of educators interested in improving the teaching of these important skills.


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MATLAB is useful tool for teaching computation because it allows for robust data analysis, data visualization and exploration, modeling, and working with real data sets. If the use of MATLAB is scaffolded in a course or curriculum, it is a tool that can help students develop computational skills and build self-efficacy. When combined with collaborative learning techniques and effective assessments, MATLAB can be an effective and powerful tool for teaching computation.

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