Hi, I attach the link to my ongoing Octave Tutorial playlist in YouTube:
If you find it useful please suscribe to the channel. You can also suggest topics for future videos, and I will try to cover them. In this playlist I try to cover different basic concepts for people who are new to Octave. In the future I will create more advanced playlists on using Octave for problems related to Quantum Chemistry, Spectroscopy and some other scientific stuff.
Thank you very much!