Experiments with MATLAB is an electronic book with chapters that supplement high school and early college courses in mathematics and technical computing, including calculus and matrix theory. The expected background includes algebra, trigonometry, and some familiarity with computers.
This app includes 20 interactive applications from the book which help readers explore a wide range of mathematical concepts through interesting applications.
The entire textbook and additional supporting code is available for free download:
Cleve Moler (2020). Experiments with MATLAB (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/37977-experiments-with-matlab), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
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An Excellent resource. I'm hoping someone can explain why Chapter 17 in the book, where the logic behind the orbits simulation is described, includes the Gravitational Constant in the calculations, but the constatnt doesn't appear in the code (orbits.m)? Perhaps he is using "Natural Units" where G=1, but that is only my speculation.
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fibonacci(72)=806515533049393. For n>72 round-off values are shown: fibonacci(73)=1.30496954492866e+015. Both obtained by 'format long g'. Cheers
It may be missing surfer.m in the Chapter.7?
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(correcting my previous)
orbits.m calls upon zoomer and tracer but does so through callbacks specified as strings, but those kinds of callbacks are executed from the base workspace and do not know about functions whose source is given in the same file. The fix is to switch to function handles. Change lines 214 to 219 to become
'position',[.34 .02 .06 .04],'callback', @(src,event) tracer(), 'value',0);
'position',[.42 .02 .06 .04],'callback', @(src,event) zoomer(1/sqrt(2)))
'position',[.50 .02 .06 .04],'callback', @(src,event) zoomer(sqrt(2)))
orbits uses zoomer.m and tracer.m which appear to be missing. I think I found zoomer on an older version of this toolbox on pudn but I cannot seem to find tracer anywhere.
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