We use GNU Octave because the following reasons:
To begin tackling this lesson, you will need to:
- Understand the concepts of files and directories, and the concept of a “working directory”.
- Know how to start up GNU Octave, and access the command window (which generally has a
- Know how to create, edit and save text files.
- Have Computer/Laptop with Octave already installed
|Setup||Dowload files used on the lesson.|
|00:00||1. Analyzing Patient Data||How can I process and visualize my data?|
|00:30||2. Writing Octave Scripts (m-files)||How can I save and re-use my programs?|
|01:00||3. Repeating With Loops||How can I repeat the same operations on multiple values?|
|01:30||4. Making Choices||How can programs do different things for different data values?|
|02:00||5. Creating Functions||How can I teach Octave how to do new things?|
|02:30||6. Defensive Programming||How can I make sure my programs are correct?|
The actual schedule may vary slightly depending on the topics and exercises chosen by the instructor.