Boot Camp in Quantitative Methods
Co-Directors: Mike Springer and Rick Born
(michael_springer[at]hms.harvard.edu, 432-7391; rborn[at]hms.harvard.edu, 432-1307)
Dates: Fri., May 25 9am to 5pm
Tues., May 29 9am to 5pm
Wed., May 30 noon to 5pm
Mon., June 4 9am to 5pm
Tues., June 5 noon to 5pm
Location: TMEC, Rm. 227
Teaching Fellows: Paul Cowgill (email@example.com), Renan Escalante Chong (firstname.lastname@example.org), Yao Zhizhong (email@example.com), Kishore Mosaliganti (Kishore_Mosaliganti@hms.harvard.edu), Keisuke Ishihara (firstname.lastname@example.org), Martin Wuehr (email@example.com), Yonatan Savir (Yonatan_Savir@hms.harvard.edu), Jeremy Purvis (Jeremy_Purvis@hms.harvard.edu), Miriam Ginzberg (firstname.lastname@example.org), Bo Hua (email@example.com), Alejandro Granados Castro (Alejandro_GranadosCastro@hms.harvard.edu), Jue Wang (firstname.lastname@example.org), Rob Yang (email@example.com)
PREREQUISITE: Must be able to turn on a computer and use a keyboard and mouse.
NOTE: You will need to bring to the first class a laptop computer with MATLAB installed. The exact version doesn't matter as long as it is 2010b or later. MATLAB can be downloaded for free via either 1) an eCommons account on the HMS Wiki, or 2) an FAS account here.
MATLAB Programming Style Guidelines: Richard Johnson's guide on how to name variables, organize files and lay out your code so that it can be easily understood, debugged and modified by you and others.