Doug Hull, MathWorks
(Originally posted on Doug's MATLAB Video Tutorials blog.)
This is one in a series of videos covering MATLAB basics. It is meant for the new MATLAB user. This video covers how to use row and column notation to be able to pull a subset of data from a larger matrix. This is a basic skill that is required for anyone that is going to use MATLAB. This particular type of indexing is less intuitive than the mat(row,col) indexing, it deals with using a single value as an index into a matrix like mat(ind) and mat([0 1 0 0 1]). These are also very important techniques for indexing into MATLAB.
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Recorded: 6 Sep 2007
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