File Handling Tutorial Data has become a paramount necessity of our day to day life. There are various ways in which we can store and access this data using different files. Thus, file handling

Introduction MATLAB can perform string operation as easily as numerical operation. In this tutorial, we are going to discuss how we use strings and we manipulate according to our use and needs. Furthermore, this

Histogram and Random Number Generation Random Number Generation Random numbers are used to develop a simulation of a complex problem. They are used to generate noise for testing or simulating a signal. Random numbers

Probability Distributions Tutorial The distributions assign probability to the event that a random variable has a specific, discrete value, or falls within a specified range of continuous values. Cumulative Distribution Function & Probability Distribution

Basic Statistics Tutorial Mean Calculates the Average value of the array Syntax: M = mean(A) M = mean(A,dimension) Example: Output: Explanation: The matrix would look like M = 1 3 5 2 4

Interpolation Interpolation is the process of creating new data points when some points are already given. Based on the position of these already existing points, we can find the location of a new point.

Curve Fitting Often, we need to find out the best line of fit that passes through a given set of points. Furthermore, we want to generate a curve that best represents a data. Using

MATLAB Symbolic Tools Introduction Till now, we have seen that in MATLAB all the operations are on the arrays i.e. constants directly. However, there are many complicated mathematical operations, those can be not directly

Vectorization: The process of revising loop-based, scalar-oriented code to use MATLAB matrix and vector operations is called vectorization. Moreover, vector operations in Matlab allow you to apply a “single” command to an entire array. In

Vectors and Matrix Algebra in MATLAB Variables containing numerical values can be either represented as a scalar or as vectors. Thus whenever it is a single value, it is known as a scalar, and