Tuesday, February 23, 2016, 11:00AM - 12:00PM
Department of Geological Sciences
Earth Sciences and Map Library room 165G, Benson Earth Sciences Building
The Earth Sciences and Map Library is holding an introductory MATLAB session for students interested in learning the basics of this technical computing tool and how it can support their work. The session will be held in the Earth Sciences and Map Library and is aimed at upper-level undergrads and grad students who are newcomers to MATLAB.
In this workshop, we will cover the basics of getting started programming in MATLAB with a focus on scientific data analysis. After this one-hour clinic, participants will be able to create scripts to import and process data in MATLAB, perform mathematic operations, and create matrices and arrays. No background in MATLAB or programming is required. Please bring your own device with MATLAB installed on it. You can install MATLAB for free from OIT.
Free and open to all students.