MATLAB@Work 001: Making your figures work for you

Dec 7, 2016, 4:30 pmDec 6, 2016, 6:00 pm
Guyot Hall 155
Event Description
With the year end come deadlines, reports, and professional meetings. In this session, we will discuss how to make telling - and pretty - scientific graphs using MATLAB. Beginners are welcome, as are students and practitioners wishing to touch up figures to make them presentation-quality. Experienced users will work in pairs with less seasoned participants. After a short introduction on best practices, we will get to work on your own projects. Bring your laptops, bring your data, bring your figures, and we will workshop them! Professor Simons is a veteran MATLAB user with twenty years of experience of data analysis and visualization in the sciences. The MATLAB Users Group provides opportunities for campus MATLAB users to learn more about using MATLAB, help each other, and learn more about research and teaching being done at Princeton using MATLAB. There will be more informal meet-ups and tutorial sessions in the future. To be added to the group's mailing list or to help with future events, send e-mail to