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Iterating over Columns/Rows (no index)

If the array is a row vector, then it works a = [1 2 3] for i = a disp(i) end

Iterating over Columns/Rows (no index)

If the array is a row vector, then it works a = [1 2 3] for i = a disp(i) end

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how ca I install MATLAB on windows 7, 32 bit ?

Did you check this? Most likely you will need to use an old version of matlab.

how ca I install MATLAB on windows 7, 32 bit ?

Did you check this? Most likely you will need to use an old version of matlab.

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I am facing the issue "Error: State: failed due to an unexpected error (MATLAB:undefinedVarOrClass)" while using Polyspace R2019A

You are using Polyspace to analyze your code? Can you code run inside matlab successfully first? Seems like there might be unde...

I am facing the issue "Error: State: failed due to an unexpected error (MATLAB:undefinedVarOrClass)" while using Polyspace R2019A

You are using Polyspace to analyze your code? Can you code run inside matlab successfully first? Seems like there might be unde...

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How to transfer Big Data from Python Dict to Matlab

In python, can you save your Big Data into a CSV file or json file? matlab can read CSV file and json file.

How to transfer Big Data from Python Dict to Matlab

In python, can you save your Big Data into a CSV file or json file? matlab can read CSV file and json file.

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How to Convert Matlab for-loop in Python

Your code looks like mixture of matlab and python already. math.sin is python, not matlab. Try this: import math # Not sure yo...

How to Convert Matlab for-loop in Python

Your code looks like mixture of matlab and python already. math.sin is python, not matlab. Try this: import math # Not sure yo...

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error in calling python function from matlab

I am confused here. This doesn't look like valid python3 statements. import /home/pi/Desktop/plus; plus.add(150, 110) Do you ...

error in calling python function from matlab

I am confused here. This doesn't look like valid python3 statements. import /home/pi/Desktop/plus; plus.add(150, 110) Do you ...

2 months ago | 0

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Real-time communication between python and Simulink.

Interesting. It is an old question but users are still interested in this. How about this approach? Go through a server. On the...

Real-time communication between python and Simulink.

Interesting. It is an old question but users are still interested in this. How about this approach? Go through a server. On the...

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euler's method

What is siny? Is it sin(y)? Also you dy is a constant in the loop, only depends on y(2) and y(1). Maybe it should depend on y(i...

euler's method

What is siny? Is it sin(y)? Also you dy is a constant in the loop, only depends on y(2) and y(1). Maybe it should depend on y(i...

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Driving data from GUI application to the matlab script

Why don't you create your matlab script as a function and then take y as an input argument? function foo(y): % whatever yo...

Driving data from GUI application to the matlab script

Why don't you create your matlab script as a function and then take y as an input argument? function foo(y): % whatever yo...

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How to code to form such type of figure? what is the name of such type of graph?

It is called circular plot. matlab polarplot can do similar thing: x = linspace(0, 100) y = x plot(x, y) % a normal plot pol...

How to code to form such type of figure? what is the name of such type of graph?

It is called circular plot. matlab polarplot can do similar thing: x = linspace(0, 100) y = x plot(x, y) % a normal plot pol...

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Too many output arguments while launching workers with parfeval

According to the help of parfeval, the second input argument is NUMOUT. You gave 2?

Too many output arguments while launching workers with parfeval

According to the help of parfeval, the second input argument is NUMOUT. You gave 2?

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fprintf for cell array data

Try to convert your cell data into char first. char(the_cell_you_want_to_print)

fprintf for cell array data

Try to convert your cell data into char first. char(the_cell_you_want_to_print)

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Why do I get license manager error - 39?

Seems like your license doesn't include Simulink support? Simulink is an extra component on top of matlab.

Why do I get license manager error - 39?

Seems like your license doesn't include Simulink support? Simulink is an extra component on top of matlab.

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How to display an image within the figure in App Designer?

Try this in your callback: [file, path] = uigetfile({'*.png'; '*.jpg'}, 'Select file'); app.Image.Imag...

How to display an image within the figure in App Designer?

Try this in your callback: [file, path] = uigetfile({'*.png'; '*.jpg'}, 'Select file'); app.Image.Imag...

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How do i install MATLAB in 20.04

It might have trouble to popup window for input information. Try the silent mode?

How do i install MATLAB in 20.04

It might have trouble to popup window for input information. Try the silent mode?

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Using a string in an if statement to print data from excel.

yes is a string if strcmpi(view_data, 'yes')

Using a string in an if statement to print data from excel.

yes is a string if strcmpi(view_data, 'yes')

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find local minima within a time window of interest

You first need to figure out idx range of X for 250-350. Called them idx_start and idx_end. Then just min(Y(idx_start:idx_end)...

find local minima within a time window of interest

You first need to figure out idx range of X for 250-350. Called them idx_start and idx_end. Then just min(Y(idx_start:idx_end)...

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Convert to binary and save to database

Are you talking about image formats here? For binary, do you mean bitmap?

Convert to binary and save to database

Are you talking about image formats here? For binary, do you mean bitmap?

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For/if loop for adding up only odd numbers

You mean this? for n = 1:100 if mod(n,2) == 1 c = (1/(n^2)); sum(c); end end Refer to this for how to compute...

For/if loop for adding up only odd numbers

You mean this? for n = 1:100 if mod(n,2) == 1 c = (1/(n^2)); sum(c); end end Refer to this for how to compute...

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Import MATLAB package located in different directory

I think it is similar to this answer. Basically you need to set the env var PYTHONPATH to include the location of that python pa...

Import MATLAB package located in different directory

I think it is similar to this answer. Basically you need to set the env var PYTHONPATH to include the location of that python pa...

3 months ago | 0

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How to read the .out file

readmatrix can handle it. m = readmatrix('your_file')

How to read the .out file

readmatrix can handle it. m = readmatrix('your_file')

3 months ago | 0

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How to read only numerical values of serial output data in MATLAB?

Your data file looks like a configuration file with key/value pair separated by ':'. One way to parse the data is to do this for...

How to read only numerical values of serial output data in MATLAB?

Your data file looks like a configuration file with key/value pair separated by ':'. One way to parse the data is to do this for...

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Draw surface of a football (American)

Hint: your assignment states z should be -Pi/2 < z < Pi/2. But your r range is (-1, 1), which corresponds to z range 0<z< Pi I...

Draw surface of a football (American)

Hint: your assignment states z should be -Pi/2 < z < Pi/2. But your r range is (-1, 1), which corresponds to z range 0<z< Pi I...

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How to call python script contains "pytorch" module normally

Append the path to torch to an env var called PYTHONPATH. Do this from matlab command line window: setenv('PYTHONPATH', [getenv...

How to call python script contains "pytorch" module normally

Append the path to torch to an env var called PYTHONPATH. Do this from matlab command line window: setenv('PYTHONPATH', [getenv...

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What Mistake I am making in the code

Maybe this: sortbyrandomswaps([5 4 3 2 1]); function out = sortbyrandomswaps(n) while ~ all(diff(n)>=0) idx1 = ran...

What Mistake I am making in the code

Maybe this: sortbyrandomswaps([5 4 3 2 1]); function out = sortbyrandomswaps(n) while ~ all(diff(n)>=0) idx1 = ran...

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Using cellfun to extract numbers from strings in a cell array

How about this: Cel = {'1-2-3-4-5-6' '5-6-7-8' [] []} ; xx = cellfun(@(x) foo(x), Cel, 'Un', 0); function ret = foo(x...

Using cellfun to extract numbers from strings in a cell array

How about this: Cel = {'1-2-3-4-5-6' '5-6-7-8' [] []} ; xx = cellfun(@(x) foo(x), Cel, 'Un', 0); function ret = foo(x...

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not a binary MAT-file

Use matfile to read the file? On linux, try this from a terminal hexdump -c your_matfile.mat | more 3. On Windows, try this f...

not a binary MAT-file

Use matfile to read the file? On linux, try this from a terminal hexdump -c your_matfile.mat | more 3. On Windows, try this f...

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Not enough input arguments

Maybe you need to pass PHI and VARIOUS into you equ function as well?

Not enough input arguments

Maybe you need to pass PHI and VARIOUS into you equ function as well?

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How to plot a Structure with Time?

Add a title to your plot title(VarName.signals.title)

How to plot a Structure with Time?

Add a title to your plot title(VarName.signals.title)

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How to convert time in milliseconds to hour, minutes format?

What is time_seconds you passed to seconds? It needs to be a double. s = seconds(1000); s.Format = 'hh:mm'

How to convert time in milliseconds to hour, minutes format?

What is time_seconds you passed to seconds? It needs to be a double. s = seconds(1000); s.Format = 'hh:mm'

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