MatLab woes

I thought I was done with MatLab after ENGR 10, but I found out that was nothing more than wishful thinking. In ME-17, we started with Excel, which was simple enough. There wasn’t much coding behind it, rather, we just learned how to use the different functions that already existed in Excel.

With MatLab, however, we had to code some stuff. Most of it consists of reading data from an imported text file, and then writing code to create a chart with that data, and then being able to print out that table along with averages, etc.

It’s gotten pretty complicated now, however, and we have to be able to call functions and stuff as well. I don’t really understand it. Here’s to hoping that it becomes a bit more clear in the future.

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