From the series: Technical Computing with MATLAB
Jiro Doke, MathWorks
(Originally posted on Doug's MATLAB Video Tutorials blog.)
This video covers designing for variability.
Recorded: 7 Aug 2008
Part 1: Overview of Problem and Results This video introduces the MATLAB work flow and presents a case study that will be solved using MATLAB. The case study is about designing an engine cooling fan.
Part 2: Importing from Excel and the MATLAB Desktop This video shows how to bring data in from Excel without programming, we then automate the process of bringing in this file again. The workspace browser, current directory browser and import wizard are used.
Part 3: Plot Tools for Customizing Plots This video shows how to use plot tools to customize graphics.
Part 4: Automating Plots with Code Generation This video shows how to automate plotting by generating the m-code that will recreate the plot from the last step. This code is then customized for this application.
Part 5: Recap and Design of Experiments (DOE) This video recaps the project so far and discusses Design of Experiments (DOE).
Part 6: Making Scripts from Command History and Cell Mode This video covers making scripts from your command history and cell mode.
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