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In summary, "Getting Started with Matlab" by Rudra Pratap is the best tutorial book for beginners, "Matlab for Dummies" by Jim Sizemore and "Matlab for Engineers" by Holly Moore are free options, "Advanced Matlab for Scientists and Engineers" by Antonio Márquez is recommended for advanced users, "Machine Learning with Matlab" by Giuseppe Ciaburro and Benjamin Planche is a good option for machine learning, and "Matlab for Scientists and Engineers" by Stephen J. Chapman is a quick and easy tutorial book suitable for all levels of users.

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yes, just enter: " helpwin" in the command line, the online help is enough!

The best Matlab tutorial book for beginners is "Getting Started with Matlab" by Rudra Pratap. It provides a comprehensive introduction to Matlab and its various features, making it easy for beginners to learn and understand the software.

Yes, there are several free Matlab tutorial books available online. Some popular options include "Matlab for Dummies" by Jim Sizemore and "Matlab for Engineers" by Holly Moore. These books offer a good introduction to Matlab and can be accessed for free.

"Advanced Matlab for Scientists and Engineers" by Antonio Márquez is considered to be one of the best tutorial books for advanced users. It covers advanced topics such as image processing, signal analysis, and optimization techniques in Matlab.

"Machine Learning with Matlab" by Giuseppe Ciaburro and Benjamin Planche is a highly recommended tutorial book for machine learning in Matlab. It covers various machine learning algorithms and techniques with practical examples and exercises.

If you are looking for a quick and easy tutorial book for Matlab, "Matlab for Scientists and Engineers" by Stephen J. Chapman is a good option. It provides a concise yet comprehensive overview of Matlab's features and is suitable for beginners as well as experienced users.

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