During our early summer vacation my family and I will spend a few days near Landau in der Pfalz, where I grew up many years ago. The place is a beautiful town located in the Rhine Rift, east of the Pfälzerwald (Palatinate Forest). Here is a MATLAB script to visualize part of the Rhine Rift, similar to the one used to display the digital elevation model of the Kenya Rift, whose exploration I have devoted most of my career to.
In a series of blog posts, I will tell you a little about how I teach computational geosciences with MATLAB. After the introduction to MATLAB on the first day, I teach univariate statistics in the morning of the second day of the five-day course. Continue reading “Teaching Computational Geosciences with MATLAB, Part 4: Univariate Stats”