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ecolechio
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MATLAB books

I am teaching myself to use MATLAB for in vivo intrinsic and voltage-sensitive dyes optical imaging. I don't have any prior programming experience. The MATLAB users' manual that came with the student version was not very helpful to me, so I downloaded a textbook from my library's website and am working through it on my own. If you learned MATLAB in a class or from a book/users' guide, can you make a recommendation about which one(s) you have found to be the most helpful?

Jitendra Sinha
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Dear Ecolechio,

Dear Ecolechio,
I am also interested in learning MatLab and planning to learn C language very soon. I dont know much about programming languages but want to learn. I f I will get anything related that may be of your help will let you know.
May I request you to send me a copy of the textbook that you are haing?
Regards,
Jiten

Shampa
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I suggest you to go through

I suggest you to go through these links which may be of some help to you.
http://www.cyclismo.org/tutorial/matlab/
http://www.mathworks.com/academia/student_center/tutorials/launchpad.html
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ecolechio
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The one I have been working

The one I have been working through is An Introduction to Programming & Numerical Methods in MATLAB, by S.R. Otto & J.P. Denier (London: Springer-Verlag, Ltd., 2005). It is 100% more useful than the MATLAB users' manual!