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Unformatted text preview: BME 113 L Lab 0 Getting familiar with Matlab Name: EID: Submission Date: Lab Session: e.g. Monday afternoon Tip 0: for the lab 0, please paste your codes directly to the report corresponding questions, but for later labs which have higher expectations of your coding proficiency, you need to provide your .m files separately. Tip 1: for questions asking you to compute something, please show us some steps which you think are necessary instead of just giving the final values. Tip 2: if the question asks you to plot or makes some pictures, you need to plot and EXPLAIN shortly about your results. **The following paragraph is from an example report to show how to make a rigorous argument with figures. You must explain/mention each figure in your report. The data given for analysis in this lab is mostly categorical (gender, race, ethnicity, program, and undergraduate major). Some ordinal data is available (learning styles), but there is only one continuous variable (age). Because major)....
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