How do I learn how to use MATLAB?

You can learn to use MATLAB 2013 in Lynda.com or from Mathworks’ website. Up and Running with MATLAB is a tutorial that covers all the basics of MATLAB. It is a good idea to take this course if you are new to MATLAB or programming in general. Lynda.com always has more courses being added, so more tutorials may be added later on.

How do I get MATLAB on my personal computer?

Most lab computers on campus have MATLAB pre-installed. You can find a lab or an empty computer that is available for Bucknell University members to use.

However, if you want to get it on your own computer, please see this article that explains how to install MATLAB for your machine.

How do I get MATLAB on a university-owned computer?

If you have a University-owned computer (your work computer), you can install MATLAB from Software Center if you’re on Windows, or Self-Service if you’re on a Mac (found under applications).

For additional information or assistance, please contact the Tech Desk at 570.577.7777 or techdesk@bucknell.edu.

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