Introduction and Background:
MATLAB is the most popular software for numerical computation in the fields of mathematics, control systems, statistics, signal processing and other science fields in general. However, there are some free alternatives available for scientific research community and Scilab is at the top of that list. Scilab is an open source, cross–platform numerical computational software and also a high–level, numerically oriented programming language. For MATLAB user, it also has a built–in MATLAB translator which can help them in smooth transition from MATLAB to Scilab. Scilab is fully compatible with Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows platforms. This course however, only uses Scilab in Windows 10 environment.
Who should take this course and why:
This course is designed for beginners and I am confident that you will become an intermediate level expert in the use of Scilab. This course will be a pre–requisite for my future advanced courses on Scilab. Therefore, it is a good opportunity for my students to get familiar with the software if you are really planning to use this software for future research or educational career.
Why this is a Beginner to Intermediate Course:
I wanted to separate this course from my advanced course because I don t want to waste time on little things during my next advanced course. If you are looking for an advanced course, this is not for you, I would be putting one in about six months time.
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Specification: Scilab: The First Course [Beginners to Intermediate]
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