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À propos du cours

This course teaches computer programming to those with little to no previous experience. It uses the programming system and language called MATLAB to do so because it is easy to learn, versatile and very useful for engineers and other professionals. MATLAB is a special-purpose language that is an excellent choice for writing moderate-size programs that solve problems involving the manipulation of numbers. The design of the language makes it possible to write a powerful program in a few lines. The problems may be relatively complex, while the MATLAB programs that solve them are relatively simple: relative, that is, to the equivalent program written in a general-purpose language, such as C++ or Java. As a result, MATLAB is being used in a wide variety of domains from the natural sciences, through all disciplines of engineering, to finance, and beyond, and it is heavily used in industry. Hence, a solid background in MATLAB is an indispensable skill in today’s job market. Nevertheless, this course is not a MATLAB tutorial. It is an introductory programming course that uses MATLAB to illustrate general concepts in computer science and programming. Students who successfully complete this course will become familiar with general concepts in computer science, gain an understanding of the general concepts of programming, and obtain a solid foundation in the use of MATLAB. Students taking the course will get a MATLAB Online license free of charge for the duration of the course. The students are encouraged to consult the eBook that this course is based on. More information about these resources can be found on the Resources menu on the right....

Meilleurs avis

5 juin 2020

Instructor of this course Mike Fitzpatrick is a very good teacher who encourage students to do something new and interesting.\n\nI really enjoyed learning this course and learned new skills in MATLAB.

23 juin 2020

I would like to thank vanderbilt university for providing such a wonderful course and i am much impressed by the use of the basic matrices in each and every programming purpose.thank you again!!!!:)))

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6 juil. 2020

Average, and somewhere i think course of speed is fast


27 mai 2020

more basic for last few assignments should be thought


3 mai 2020

solutions should visible before solving the problem

par Prashanna B

30 mai 2020

Too complicated assignments not taught in course

par Kishore S

13 avr. 2020

if there is more examples then that will be good

par Amrit T

23 avr. 2020

Awesome learning Matlab with this instructor.

par Shubham A

25 juil. 2020

Assignment Questions were not well explained

par Tanay V

20 juin 2020

Coursera App is not that much user friendly

par Robertus A K P

20 mars 2017

Very helpful but sometimes it is too slow

par -{RT}- D

21 nov. 2021

very useful course MATLAB basic things

par adnan m

26 mai 2018


par F3-27 H C

20 oct. 2019

I learned a lot from this course.

par Jackie W

15 août 2020

too difficult assignments

par Vishnupriya.P

28 mai 2020

it is very useful course

par Wang T (

10 mai 2020

too easy compared to cs50


16 déc. 2020

its very easy to learn

par Samuel E E V

14 nov. 2021

pudo ser mejor

par Jiacheng Z

29 nov. 2018

Too easy!!!!

par Eslam M S A H

31 août 2020

Good course

par shivam k

8 juin 2021


par Dhanyashree

25 mai 2020


par Haidy i

24 sept. 2021



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par Ruchi

14 juin 2020


par Zachariah H

14 oct. 2021

I was following quite well up until week 5 when all of a sudden the material got extremely dry. I understand that we need to learn the basics, but my goodness at least offer students some type of meat and potatoes to what they're learning and WHY. We began to learn how to create and print format strings, with the assumption that we even knew what or how to type out a program string in the first place.

I think that this course would have been more enjoyable with some real world applications instead of printing out a bunch of letters and numbers included in "zombie matrices" with no real value to the user or the programmer. Tangible data might actually get students excited.