MATLAB is standard industry software for numerical computing. It is widely used in applied mathematics and engineering, and a large number of plugins are available for areas like image processing.
MATLAB is a commercial, high performance language and software, designed specifically for technical data analysis. With strong computational, graphical and interactive utilities, MATLAB makes it easy to implement visualization and customization of data and applications.
A large variety of inbuilt functionalities offer specific solutions for diverse areas including statistical analysis, signal & image processing, machine learning, automation, and more. MATLAB also offers compatibility with numerous other programming languages and hardware.
It is the ultimate tool for research and engineering applications, for programmers and non-programmers alike.
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Duration: 3-6 hours
Format: 1-2 days
Frequency: Every two months
Notes: You will need a laptop with MATLAB access (see the installation page).
If you use MATLAB, you might be interested in joining our MATLAB @ Unimelb Facebook group!
Alicia Takbash (@Alicia_Tak), MATLAB Trainer.
Alicia Takbash is a PhD Candidate in her second year at the Department of Infrastructure Engineering,
Discipline of Ocean Engineering, where she uses MATLAB to apply extreme value analyses to a big satellite data set. She learnt MATLAB by coming along to Research Platform Services for an introductory workshop. She now provides MATLAB workshops and meetups for novice programmers and more advanced MATLAB users.