As one of the most popular software environments for scientific computing and data visualization, MATLAB from MathWorks is a natural choice for applications in experimental and computational physics. As a high-level programming language, it is user-friendly even for absolute beginners in programming. The need for MATLAB in experimental data analysis is mostly in the representation of data, error analysis, and graphical interpretation of the results. On the other hand, the possibility for symbolic math notation and a vast number of prebuilt packages for optimized computations make MATLAB an appropriate choice for modeling physical systems and simulating their behavior.
Since there are many research branches of modern physics that cannot be imagined without the accompanying simulations and numerical methods, many undergraduate and graduate schools include courses in MATLAB for physics. The following list of topics is a good sample for curriculum of such a course, covering both the computational physics knowledge and MATLAB programming skills:
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