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how can i learn matlab ? is there any procedure to learn?
 

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Re: matlab

You may study any book such as MATLAB for beginner, or MATLAB for engineer. Try search at the EDAboard Ebook Download/Upload. MATLAB Help is a great source to learn about it.
 

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Click the Help button, then "Begin Here". The online help is excellent.
 

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Re: matlab

I suggest a mix of the two:learn basics (defining vectors,matrix,transfer function,plots...) from a book and then do a massive use of the excellent online help. Remember that you can always write "help ****" in the command window to know all about **** function (it's really useful")
Greetings
 

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Re: matlab

I think that the best way is learning from MATLAB help files.
And then read other MATLAB book.
Try this link :
www.matworks.com
 

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Re: matlab

Read books uploaded on the EDAboard. You should try on your own and get help when u are not much sure about the expected output / results.

" A Guide To Matlab For Beginners and Experienced Users " is a good book to start with and its uploaded on this forum.
 

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I think matlab is not difficult to learn. Use a tutorial for beginner to learn at first and try some simple examples.
 

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MATLAB is a powerful & quasi-easy tool. The difficult part is the numerous toolboxes...
 

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The best book to start learning matlab is the one by rudrapratap singh...if u r in a college should be available in ur coll library....once u r done wid it u can turn to various toolboxes according to your need...in that context matlab help is very good
 

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