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I've been programming in MatLab since 1997. In fact, these days, besides some scripting languages and the occasional Excel, I only program in MatLab. Very familiar with the mapping and statistics toolboxes among others. If you are looking for someone to help you where others have failed, or if you just want the best, then I'm definitely your tutor. Key focus must be on the student overcoming any mental barriers he/she may have to understanding the subjects. I teach concepts first and test taking second. If you know the concepts, the test results follow, but test taking strategies are also [more]

For 5 semesters I was a Teaching Assistant for Cornell's Introduction to MATLAB course, which I took myself as a freshman. That course taught applications ranging from introductory topics (scripts, functions, conditional statements, for/while loops, vector/matrix operations) to more advanced material (image/video/sound processing, text file processing, recursion, sorting and searching algorithms, object oriented programming). As a TA I regularly interacted with students during computer lab sessions and during office hours to provide individual assistance. I later took advanced courses on MATL [more]

I have used MATLAB for about 10 years. I started to use MATLAB in my undergraduate studies for solving differential equations. I also used MATLAB/Simulink in graduate school for modeling dynamic systems. Outside of school, I have used MATLAB at my job for analyzing large data sets and have taught colleagues how to use its basic functions as well. Hello! I'm glad that you're considering me to help you learn. Here's a little bit of information about me that will hopefully help you in your decision making: As a proud 2011 graduate of Purdue University in Aerospace Engineering and a 2015 Pen [more]

I use MATLAB at work. I use MATLAB to simulate thermal control systems. I have a PhD degree in mechanical engineering from Carnegie Mellon University. I have taught stress analysis, vibration, calculus, and nonlinear dynamical systems. I have tutoring experience, as well. The student I taught improved from a C in math and physics to an A in advanced AP physics and math. The student had good scores in math and physics in SAT, and was admitted as a direct dental student. ... [more]

I have been working with Matlab since 2005. I used it to do the statistics for my dissertation and simulate various models. I tutored students in Matlab programming. I am a college professor. I am passionate about learning and teaching. I have been teaching full time since 2012, but I have been teaching professionally for over a decade. I can help young adults with science & math, SHSAT, college students with statistics and psychology courses, and graduate students with methodology and research projects. I am comfortable working with students of all ages. I want to make the materials vivid, c [more]

I've been using Matlab for over eight years since I started my master's degree in financial math at University of Chicago. Since then, I've done numerous projects in Matlab both academically and professionally while working as a Desk Quant at Hedge Funds. In many ways, properly using and understanding Matlab parallels my knowledge of linear algebra. Once one understands how to set up a problem using vectors and matrices, Matlab makes it easy to "take it from there". Private Math, Physics, Statistics Tutoring on ALL LEVELS! Promise to show ?beyond the cookbook? solutions for any problem --- [more]

I currently programming in MATLAB everyday. I use it for data analysis, image processing, and mathematical modeling (such as Markov chain models). I'm currently a PhD student in the department of Biomedical Engineering at Yale. My project focuses around creating mathematical models to better understand how a human heart works. I have achieved high honors in my required classes. I tutored math and science throughout high school and college. My areas of expertise are science, math, and computer programming. One of my strengths is breaking down complex concepts into simple digestible lessons. [more]

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