I'll be honest with you, I have no idea what I'm doing here but I'm not asking for answers and instead I'm willing to struggle for them. I'm a civil engineering senior with a minor in applied mathematics. I've taken a basic computer science course my freshmen year but it wasn't very informative (consisted mostly of vocab and lectures and not very much practice) and I've forgotten everything since.
For my last math class I've been given a problem where I've been asked to plot a bivariate normal distribution, with a standard deviation of 1, a mean of 0, and four different correlation coefficients of 0.9, -0.9, 0, and 0.5. Each of these is to be plotted on its own graph, and then four scatter plots should be plotted for each of these graphs using a random sample from a random number generator.
What I really need is a hand on getting this started in matlab. I know this might sound like a lot and again I'm not trying to get you to do my project for me, but I don't think rusty is a strong enough adjective to describe my matlab skills.