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From: "Ian Cowley" <null@null.null>
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Subject: Re: How to study matlab? How to begin?
Date: Mon, 14 Oct 2002 10:06:25 +0100
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"Wds" <wds76218@sohu.com> wrote in message
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> My dear freinds:
> I am a postgraduate,and I am a fresher in matlab,now I must use Matlab in
my
> thesis,so How to study matlab? How to begin?


Following the "Getting Started with MATLAB" manual that comes with your
product is a good bet.
I found that  helped me greatly last week when I started learning.

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Ian Cowley
ian at iancowley dot co dot uk
Cambridge, UK