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For this course you can use your GT login for the ECE Windows workstations
(e.g., the machines in Klaus and Van Leer). This account requires the
AD domain when you log in.
Please read the information below before going to lab on the first day.
Help on Computer Accounts: Please consult the
ece-help page for information,
or write to firstname.lastname@example.org for
Matlab Path Initialization: You will
be using a program called MATLAB to do
most of the labs. The MATLAB
script or function files that you create should be saved in your user file
space which is located on drive Z. In order to run these files you must
first do one of two things:
- You may enter the
or addpath Z:<subdir>
is some directory path. This commands puts the directory listed on Matlab’s
search path so that you can run the files in it from any directory. Without
this, you would first need to change to the directory containing the file in
order to run it (see the next option).
- You can change to
the directory containing your files when you first start MATLAB with
You may want to do both.
Saving Files: You should save files in
your own file space on the Windows machines. Your personal file space
is located on drive Z. Files in this directory can be accessed off-campus
using SFTP. Please refer to the ece-help page
to see how this can be done.
Printing Text and Graphics: You will
need to be sure to print to the appropriate printer. Please note that
there is a printing
quota per semester. After your quota is used up you will have to save
your files and print them elsewhere. We recommend
that you print out labs
assignments and lecture notes in the Rich Building instead of the lab since they will use up your print quota quickly.
Text: text may be printed from the MATLAB
editor, or Windows notepad.
Graphics: Your MATLAB plots may be printed
by selecting the print option from the graphics window file menu or by typing
print at the MATLAB prompt to print
the current figure. You may also save your graphic to a file using the
print command; to do this see the help for print.
Computer Problems: Computer problems
should be directed to email@example.com.
The ECE2025 TAs are only in lab for questions about the lab.