MATLAB in Physics is a four lecture series in MATLAB that is offered to first year physics undergraduate students.
This lecture investigates the underlying linear algebra that forms the basis of MATLAB.
Aly Kassam is the author of this lecture, it is being submitted under Matt McDonnell's name solely to fit it in with the rest of the lectures.
The aim of this lecture series is to introduce students to computational methods in MATLAB to solve problems arising in physics that cannot be solved analytically. No prior knowledge of MATLAB is required. Themes of data analysis, visualization, modelling and programming are explored throughout these lectures.
For additional resources on how MATLAB and Symbolic Math Toolbox can help with Teaching Physics see
http://www.mathworks.com/discovery/teaching-physics.html
Updates
29 May 2009
Updated copyright lines from The MathWorks Ltd to The MathWorks, Inc.