Useful learning resources
140 0
andyfierman 3 months ago
For newcomers to electronics. <span class="colour" style="color: rgb(85, 85, 85);">You can use the simulation features of EasyEDA to play with simple circuits and learn about electronics without having to buy or blow up stuff.</span><br> <br> **Basic:** []( [](<br> <br> A bit more formal but very good quality learning resources: Socratic Electronics [](<br> <br> Lessons In Electric Circuits [](<br> <br> An interactive circuit simulation tool for basic electronic circuits []( Actually there is some more advanced stuff there and it allows the user to create and export their own circuits but it is most useful to help visualise what is happening around a basic circuit. []( This site is especially helpful if you use it in conjunction with the simulation functions of EasyEDA. **More advanced stuff: ** [](<br> <br> **Mathematical tools** Electronics generally involves quite a lot of maths, from basic arithmetical calculations to advanced calculus. The Mastering Electronics Design site in particular makes occasional use of MathCad and Microsoft Mathematics. Neither of these programs will run on Linux or OS X. A suggested free and cross platform Mathcad-like alternative is: []( which also has a cloud version. It is not as extensive as Mathcad but it is very like Mathcad to use and should handle the Mathcad calculations used on the Mastering Electronics Design site. A more powerful, free and open source (FOSS) tool is: []( which also has a cloud version at: [](<br> <br> <br> <br>
Login or Register to add a comment
如果需要转移工程请在个人中心 - 工程 - 工程高级设置 - 下载工程,下载后在 打开保存即可。
有问题联系QQ 3001956291 不再提醒
svg-battery svg-battery-wifi svg-books svg-more svg-paste svg-pencil svg-plant svg-ruler svg-share svg-user svg-logo-cn svg-double-arrow
We use cookies to offer you a better experience. Detailed information on the use of cookies on this website is provided in our Privacy Policy. By using this site, you consent to the use of our cookies.