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how to plot all the results of for loop in one figure on same axis?

Just move the figure(); command to before the for loop.

how to plot all the results of for loop in one figure on same axis?

Just move the figure(); command to before the for loop.

2 years ago | 0

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How to flip my image

The are a few problems with your code. First, if you want the image, you dont want to transpose. That will flip and rotate, As...

How to flip my image

The are a few problems with your code. First, if you want the image, you dont want to transpose. That will flip and rotate, As...

2 years ago | 0

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How to split an array into smaller unequal-sized arrays dependend on array-column values

Histcounts can be used to pin the data the way you want. [~,~,BIN] = histcounts(mainArray(:,1), 0:10:500) subArray1 = mainArr...

How to split an array into smaller unequal-sized arrays dependend on array-column values

Histcounts can be used to pin the data the way you want. [~,~,BIN] = histcounts(mainArray(:,1), 0:10:500) subArray1 = mainArr...

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if statement inside for loop location issues

This is exactly the situation where you want to use logical indexing. https://blogs.mathworks.com/loren/2013/02/20/logical-inde...

if statement inside for loop location issues

This is exactly the situation where you want to use logical indexing. https://blogs.mathworks.com/loren/2013/02/20/logical-inde...

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Plotting orientation in 3-D plot using quaternion

Check out this link which explains the quaternion mah required. https://gamedev.stackexchange.com/questions/28395/rotating-vect...

Plotting orientation in 3-D plot using quaternion

Check out this link which explains the quaternion mah required. https://gamedev.stackexchange.com/questions/28395/rotating-vect...

2 years ago | 0

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How can i read multiple values in a string?

I believe a regular expression along these lines is what you are looking for. data = regexp('1º:" H:2T:16799C:7| H:2T:16803C:15...

How can i read multiple values in a string?

I believe a regular expression along these lines is what you are looking for. data = regexp('1º:" H:2T:16799C:7| H:2T:16803C:15...

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Surface fitting for 3D point cloud acquired by photogrammetry

Take a look at griddata and scatteredInterpolant griddata Interpolates scattered data - generally to produce gridded data Vq =...

Surface fitting for 3D point cloud acquired by photogrammetry

Take a look at griddata and scatteredInterpolant griddata Interpolates scattered data - generally to produce gridded data Vq =...

2 years ago | 2

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Can this be written in a much better way for fast computations?

The code below will do what you are asking without needing a loop. coast=magic(14400); di_max=100; mx=14400; my=14400; [i...

Can this be written in a much better way for fast computations?

The code below will do what you are asking without needing a loop. coast=magic(14400); di_max=100; mx=14400; my=14400; [i...

2 years ago | 1

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How to assign numbers

Something like this? table = randi([0 10],10,10); tableMax = max(max(table)); table(table==0) = tableMax+1; % Or Just table...

How to assign numbers

Something like this? table = randi([0 10],10,10); tableMax = max(max(table)); table(table==0) = tableMax+1; % Or Just table...

2 years ago | 0

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How can i do object oriented programming in Simulink?

It sounds like a simple masked subsystem may suit your needs. Its not object oriented programming but you can use it to define ...

How can i do object oriented programming in Simulink?

It sounds like a simple masked subsystem may suit your needs. Its not object oriented programming but you can use it to define ...

2 years ago | 0

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How could I extract the first two columns, and leave the next two and then so on from a matrix

% Set up example data set A = eye(100); A(1,:) = 1:100; numCols = size(A,2); % Answer B = A(:,sort([1:4:numCols 2:4:numCo...

How could I extract the first two columns, and leave the next two and then so on from a matrix

% Set up example data set A = eye(100); A(1,:) = 1:100; numCols = size(A,2); % Answer B = A(:,sort([1:4:numCols 2:4:numCo...

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A simple matrix question

A = [1 2 3 4 5]; B = fliplr(A) % Flip matrix in left/right direction A = [1; 2; 3; 4; 5]; B = flipud(A) ...

A simple matrix question

A = [1 2 3 4 5]; B = fliplr(A) % Flip matrix in left/right direction A = [1; 2; 3; 4; 5]; B = flipud(A) ...

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how can i convert the ip address into decimal

ipFields = uint8(str2double(split('192.192.192.2', '.')))'; typecast(fliplr(ipFields), 'uint32') % Explanation dec2hex(192)...

how can i convert the ip address into decimal

ipFields = uint8(str2double(split('192.192.192.2', '.')))'; typecast(fliplr(ipFields), 'uint32') % Explanation dec2hex(192)...

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unique set from file

c = {'!' 'a:' 'l' 't' '@' [] [] '?' 'a:' 'l' 't' '@' 's' 't' '/' 'a' 'b' 'a' 'n' 'd' 'A~'}; for rowIdx = 1:size(c,1) ...

unique set from file

c = {'!' 'a:' 'l' 't' '@' [] [] '?' 'a:' 'l' 't' '@' 's' 't' '/' 'a' 'b' 'a' 'n' 'd' 'A~'}; for rowIdx = 1:size(c,1) ...

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How to divide a structure into sub-structures based on a condition

I think this is what you are looking for. You will end up with two struture arrays both smaller than the original structure arr...

How to divide a structure into sub-structures based on a condition

I think this is what you are looking for. You will end up with two struture arrays both smaller than the original structure arr...

2 years ago | 0

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What are the toolboxes on my license

Just type "ver" to find out what toolboxes you have ver This question has a pretty thorough description of product activation ...

What are the toolboxes on my license

Just type "ver" to find out what toolboxes you have ver This question has a pretty thorough description of product activation ...

2 years ago | 0

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Issue with loading datetime from table

There appears to be two issues with your code. The first is that datetime doesn't take a cell array of numbers so you need to c...

Issue with loading datetime from table

There appears to be two issues with your code. The first is that datetime doesn't take a cell array of numbers so you need to c...

2 years ago | 0

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How do I apply unique names to structs created in a for loop?

Does this help at all? I'm not completely sure I understand the nuances of your question, but If I had a folder structure like ...

How do I apply unique names to structs created in a for loop?

Does this help at all? I'm not completely sure I understand the nuances of your question, but If I had a folder structure like ...

2 years ago | 0

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Finding a max in a column and making all other elements equal to zero

a= [ 1 3 3; 3 1 2; 2 1 1 ] numRows = size(a,1); maxvals = max(a) a(a~=repmat(max(a),numRows,1)) = 0 numNonZeroInCol = sum(...

Finding a max in a column and making all other elements equal to zero

a= [ 1 3 3; 3 1 2; 2 1 1 ] numRows = size(a,1); maxvals = max(a) a(a~=repmat(max(a),numRows,1)) = 0 numNonZeroInCol = sum(...

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Undefined function or variable 'gurobi_write'. in MATLAB R2019a?

I don't know anything about Gurobi, but I do know that in the past, some programs that tie into Matlab need to be installed afte...

Undefined function or variable 'gurobi_write'. in MATLAB R2019a?

I don't know anything about Gurobi, but I do know that in the past, some programs that tie into Matlab need to be installed afte...

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How to select images from nested folder?

Something like this should work. You will possibly need to add code to appropriately sort your list of images. I've marked whe...

How to select images from nested folder?

Something like this should work. You will possibly need to add code to appropriately sort your list of images. I've marked whe...

2 years ago | 1

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Change the certain element after comparison of two arrays

B = A == 0;

Change the certain element after comparison of two arrays

B = A == 0;

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How do I add an additional column to a cell array based on existing values in another column?

Obviously replace myCellArray with whatever your array is called. isTwo = cellfun(@(x) x == 2, myCellArray(:,2)); myCellArray(...

How do I add an additional column to a cell array based on existing values in another column?

Obviously replace myCellArray with whatever your array is called. isTwo = cellfun(@(x) x == 2, myCellArray(:,2)); myCellArray(...

2 years ago | 0

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Remove rows based on length of column value

I think this code will do what you want. It will make a vector with the same number of rows as A, with each element being the nu...

Remove rows based on length of column value

I think this code will do what you want. It will make a vector with the same number of rows as A, with each element being the nu...

2 years ago | 1

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How to plot IMU data (XYZ_AER)?

A quiver plot might help you. it essentially lets you draw vectors in 3D space. https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/quiv...

How to plot IMU data (XYZ_AER)?

A quiver plot might help you. it essentially lets you draw vectors in 3D space. https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/quiv...

2 years ago | 0

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path(pathdef) does not reset the matlab path

I know the question, "How do I restore the Matlab path to it's state at program start up," has been asked a million times and fo...

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Translating points and finding correct normal vector

Sounds like what you really want to do is "shrink" your perimiter. Is that accurate? If so, projecting points back along these...

Translating points and finding correct normal vector

Sounds like what you really want to do is "shrink" your perimiter. Is that accurate? If so, projecting points back along these...

2 years ago | 0

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How can I easily give all of my simulink random number generators different but controlable seeds?

Simulink random number blocks, as one would expect, output the exact same stream of numbers given the same seed. This becomes p...

2 years ago | 1 answer | 0