My software notes

October 12, 2007

learning matlab

Filed under: softwares and scripts — kpwu @ 8:04 am

Recently, Rutgers has bought Matlab one year on-site license for all faculty and staff. It’s nice that I can start learning this powerful tool, though I know how to do such similar things by Gnuplot.

Here are two examples plots I made by Matlab after practicing few hours to know the language. Top plot is the Karplus equation for JHNHA scalar coupling constant and the bottom one is a theoretical R2 values of a fully random-coil like 140-aa protein (see my old post).


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