Topics Coverage Summary: variables, types, assignment, order of operations, vector indexing, matrix indexing, RGB color scheme and RGB image matrices, scripts, functions, scope, conditional statements, logical expressions, shortcutting, logical matrix indexing, for loops, while loops, sparse matrices
Number of Questions/Slides Available: 78
Materials Author: Cynthia Lee, Stanford University
This course and some of its peer instruction materials were featured on Computing Education Blog: Making a Media Computation class in MATLAB at UCSD.
Sample Peer Instruction Questions (click to enlarge):
Intro. MATLAB Peer Instruction Lecture Slides by Dr. Cynthia Lee, UCSD is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
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Materials are divided into lectures that were 50 minutes long. This gives you an idea how much material, at most, you are likely to be able to cover in one class period. However, please note that in many lectures, significant time was spent on administrative tasks, or reviewing homework or labs, or doing demonstrations relating to homework and lab, etc. So you will often need to add material in order to fill a lecture.