Mode of Training:
The name MATLAB stands for Matrix Laboratory. It allows individuals to solve several technical computing problems. This interactive system takes a fraction of time to write a program in a scalar non-interactive language such as C or FORTRAN.
In university settings, it is the usual instructional tool for introductory and advanced courses in mathematics, engineering, and science. In the industry, it is the tool for high-productivity research, development, and study.
You get to acquire in-depth knowledge and information on MATLAB and the tools associated with it. Our professionals make it certain to help you gain an in-depth understanding of the system.
- Basic Knowledge on Electronics, Digital, Analog.
Module 1: Introduction to MATLAB
- Brief history and contemporary status of MATLAB.
- Use of MATLAB for engineers.
Module 2: Explaining the MATLAB GUI interface
- Layout of MATLAB GUI interface.
- Customizing you own layout.
Module 3: Usage of MATLAB Help/ Docs/ Basics
- Using help and doc commands.
- Using online documentation.
- Important web links and forums to reach for help.
Module 4: Variables and constants
- Using MATLAB as a calculator.
- Operator precedence.
- Assigning and overwriting variables.
- Naming a variable (rules and good practices).
- Predefined variables or MATLAB constants.
- Reassigning MATLAB constants.
- Keeping track of your work session.
- Command history.
- Integers (controlling the floating points).
- Relational and logical operators.
Module 5: Functions (built in)
- Introduction to concept of libraries and built in functions.
- Trigonometric functions.
- Elementary functions (floor; round etc.).
- Viewing the code of the elementary functions.
Module 6: Introduction to Matrices in MATLAB
- Creating Matrices
- Array indexing (accessing and manipulating the individual values).
- Adding and deleting rows and columns.
- Concatenation of matrices.
- Using Sub matrices.
- Matrix operations (addition; subtraction; multiplication; division).
- Built-in functions for analysing Matrices.
Module 7: Scripts and functions
- Making folders
- Creating and executing script files
- Creating and executing function files
- Function files with multiple inputs and multiple outputs
- Function files withModular programming.
Module 8: Conditional statements and Loops
- If statements (if; if else etc.).
- Switch case.
- For; While loops.
- Nested loops and conditional statements Return; break and continue keywords.
Module 9: Debugging
- Importance and introduction of debugging.
- Types of break points.
- Working with break points.
- Examining values during debugging.
- Correcting and ending debugging.
Module 10: Plotting in MATLAB
- Creating and annotating simple plots from vectors.
- Adding titles; axis labels and annotations (from GUI as well as using commands).
- Specifying line styles and colours.
- Types of plots (using log axes; histograms).
- Representing multiple datasets in single plots.
Module 11: Project