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## octave tutorial

**From**: |
Brian Blais |

**Subject**: |
octave tutorial |

**Date**: |
Tue, 26 Apr 2005 09:17:42 -0400 |

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Hello,
While we're on the topic of teaching using Octave, I am going to be
using octave this fall semester for teaching an intro to programming
course. I have written a lab manual of sorts, which you can have a look
at. http://web.bryant.edu/~bblais/octave
I took an approach which I haven't seen for octave or matlab before.
Rather than jump into matrices immediately, I treat the language as any
other, introducing the language structures first, and then vectors and
matrices later. It's still a bit rough, and kind of drops off at the
end, but it is a work in progress and may be useful to someone out there.
Any comments?
Brian Blais
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**octave tutorial**,
*Brian Blais* **<=**