MathWorks Math Modeling (M3) Challenge invites you to attend the MATLAB Onramp Summer Sessions. You will walk through the essentials of MATLAB in a two-hour introductory tutorial that can be completed independently, but the sessions offer interactive MATLAB training and guidance. This free course is open to teachers and students, and especially focused on the sixth form level.
Participants can sign in or create a new free MathWorks account here: https://www.mathworks.com/login.
Then access MATLAB Onramp via your account.
Interactive sessions via JOIN links below. (All times are in BST – British Summer Time).
|Date||Time||Onramp Lesson: Link||Calendar invite with join information|
|Monday 2nd August||12:00 p.m. BST||Course OverviewCommandsMATLAB Desktop & EditorVectors & MatricesIndexing into & Modifying Arrays||Add to calendar/Join|
|Tuesday 3rd August||12:00 p.m. BST||Array CalculationsCalling FunctionsObtaining HelpPlotting DataReview Problems||Add to calendar/Join|
|Wednesday 4th August||12:00 p.m. BST||Importing DataLogical ArraysProgrammingFinal ProjectConclusion||Add to calendar/Join|
Send your completion certificate by August 10 (or ask questions) to [email protected] to be entered into a prize drawing for M3 Challenge t-shirts.
MATLAB® is a programming language that allows you to analyze data, develop algorithms, and create models in an easy-to-use desktop environment. Learn the basics of MATLAB through this two-hour introductory tutorial on commonly used features and workflows. Learn how to use MATLAB for math modeling in M3 Challenge.
Key topics include:
- Navigating MATLAB desktop and Editor
- Working with variables in MATLAB
- Array Calculations- Indexing into & modifying arrays
- Using MATLAB functions
- Visualizing variables using MATLAB’s plotting functions
- Importing data from different files into MATLAB
- Creating informative data visualizations
- Automating analysis with scripts and programming constructs
- Bring together concepts that you have learned with a project