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Introduction to MATLAB (R) for Biologists

by Cerian Ruth Webb, Mirela Domijan

Part of the Learning Materials in Biosciences Series

Introduction to MATLAB (R) for Biologists Synopsis

This textbook takes you from the very first time you open MATLAB (R) through to a position where you can comfortably integrate this computer language into your research or studies. The book will familiarise you with the MATLAB interface, show you how to use the programs built-in functions and carefully guide you towards creating your own functions and scripts so that you can use MATLAB as a sophisticated tool to support your own research. A central aim of this book is to provide you with the core knowledge and skills required to become a confident MATLAB user so that you can find and make use of the many specialist functions and toolboxes that have been developed to support a wide range of biological applications. Examples presented within the book are selected to be relevant to biological scientists and they illustrate some of the many ways the program can be incorporated into, and used to enhance, your own research and studies. The textbook is a must-have for students and researchers in the biological sciences. It will also appeal to readers of all backgrounds who are looking for an introduction to MATLAB which is suitable for those with little or no experience of programming.

Book Information

ISBN: 9783030213367
Publication date: 14th August 2019
Author: Cerian Ruth Webb, Mirela Domijan
Publisher: Springer Nature Switzerland AG
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 175 pages
Categories: Medical research, Biology, life sciences, Teaching of a specific subject, Life sciences: general issues, Study & learning skills: general, Life sciences: general issues,

About Cerian Ruth Webb, Mirela Domijan

Cerian R. Webb: Cerian Webb graduated with a degree in pure Mathematics from the University of York, followed by an MSc in Mathematical Biology from the University of Dundee. She completed her PhD at the Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge, modelling crop growth and disease dynamics. Cerian lectures on undergraduate courses in Mathematical Biology at the University of Cambridge and is a lecturer on the Wellcome Genome Campus Advanced Course 'Mathematical Models for Infectious Disease Dynamics'. She regularly delivers a course on MATLAB for biologists through the University of Cambridge School of Biological Sciences Bioinformatics Training Facility. Cerian ...

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