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How to add a folder permanently to matlab path?

You can put the addpath statement to startup.m Heres how to create startup.m <http://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/startu...

How to add a folder permanently to matlab path?

You can put the addpath statement to startup.m Heres how to create startup.m <http://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/startu...

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combine each entry of a cell array and a double array

A= {'A1' 'A2' 'A3'} B= {'B1' 'B2' } for ii= 1:length(A) for jj=1:length(B) out{ii,jj}=[A{1,ii} B{1,jj}]...

combine each entry of a cell array and a double array

A= {'A1' 'A2' 'A3'} B= {'B1' 'B2' } for ii= 1:length(A) for jj=1:length(B) out{ii,jj}=[A{1,ii} B{1,jj}]...

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help with conversions (in/cm/ft)

If you have the Aerospace toolbox.. try convlength <http://www.mathworks.com/help/aerotbx/ug/convlength.html> ...

help with conversions (in/cm/ft)

If you have the Aerospace toolbox.. try convlength <http://www.mathworks.com/help/aerotbx/ug/convlength.html> ...

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How “size(x,3)>1” works on an image?

size(x,3) - if it is greater than 1 than it is a color RGB image. try size(x) and see - if you get two dimensions its graysca...

How “size(x,3)>1” works on an image?

size(x,3) - if it is greater than 1 than it is a color RGB image. try size(x) and see - if you get two dimensions its graysca...

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How to superimpose one surface onto another?

Z=randn(11,11); Z1=randn(11,11)+2; X=[1:11]; Y=[1:11]; surf(X,Y,Z) hold on surf(X,Y,Z1) hold off Two s...

How to superimpose one surface onto another?

Z=randn(11,11); Z1=randn(11,11)+2; X=[1:11]; Y=[1:11]; surf(X,Y,Z) hold on surf(X,Y,Z1) hold off Two s...

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Negitive number from a hex value

2147483647 is Maximum integer value in matlab you can get that by typing intmax so the answer you are getting is not v...

Negitive number from a hex value

2147483647 is Maximum integer value in matlab you can get that by typing intmax so the answer you are getting is not v...

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How can i avoid Matlab from creating new Matlab folders everytime i start it?

It might be defined so i the matlabrc.m file by the system administrator. if you are the admin then you can change the settin...

How can i avoid Matlab from creating new Matlab folders everytime i start it?

It might be defined so i the matlabrc.m file by the system administrator. if you are the admin then you can change the settin...

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how to display output of all iteration of for loop in a matrix or even a array

a=[1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0] count=1; for i=1:2:7 b(count,:)=a(1,i:i+3); count=count+1; end b

how to display output of all iteration of for loop in a matrix or even a array

a=[1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0] count=1; for i=1:2:7 b(count,:)=a(1,i:i+3); count=count+1; end b

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How to find minimum and maximum values?

you can use min() & max() functions min (matrix) %returns the minimum max (matrix) %returns the maximum

How to find minimum and maximum values?

you can use min() & max() functions min (matrix) %returns the minimum max (matrix) %returns the maximum

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How do you open .csv files?

Just try fname='data.csv' fd = fopen(fname); if (fd == -1) msg = sprintf('File %s not opened\n',fname); ...

How do you open .csv files?

Just try fname='data.csv' fd = fopen(fname); if (fd == -1) msg = sprintf('File %s not opened\n',fname); ...

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legend entries ignored after using "hold" to create plots

You could concatenate multiple legend statements for the two data sets Eg.: x = 1900:10:1990; x=x' y1 = 10:10:10...

legend entries ignored after using "hold" to create plots

You could concatenate multiple legend statements for the two data sets Eg.: x = 1900:10:1990; x=x' y1 = 10:10:10...

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Placing nested function in another .m-file.

Yes you can do that. <http://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/matlab_prog/nested-functions.html?s_tid=doc_12b> Provides some goo...

Placing nested function in another .m-file.

Yes you can do that. <http://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/matlab_prog/nested-functions.html?s_tid=doc_12b> Provides some goo...

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Problem with symsum using infinity as the upper limit of the variable.

instead of a' try vpa(a') You might not get all the value but close..

Problem with symsum using infinity as the upper limit of the variable.

instead of a' try vpa(a') You might not get all the value but close..

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Matlab function for defining the size of a matrix

B=zeros(size(A,1),2) % if you know A B=zeros(size(D)) % if you know D B=zeros(size(A,1),size(D,2)) % just to make i...

Matlab function for defining the size of a matrix

B=zeros(size(A,1),2) % if you know A B=zeros(size(D)) % if you know D B=zeros(size(A,1),size(D,2)) % just to make i...

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How do i calculate velocity of cars in a video?

Look at this paper might help- <http://www.academia.edu/1002902/Vehicle_speed_detection_in_video_image_sequences_using_CVS_metho...

How do i calculate velocity of cars in a video?

Look at this paper might help- <http://www.academia.edu/1002902/Vehicle_speed_detection_in_video_image_sequences_using_CVS_metho...

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how long will my Matlab & Simulink Student version r2013a last

Look here at the student version FAQ <http://www.mathworks.com/academia/student_version/faq/> Q. For how long is my Student V...

how long will my Matlab & Simulink Student version r2013a last

Look here at the student version FAQ <http://www.mathworks.com/academia/student_version/faq/> Q. For how long is my Student V...

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How to Load STL map file in a figure

This can run on the Mupad <http://www.mathworks.com/help/symbolic/mupad_ref/plot-surfacestl.html> There is also a function ...

How to Load STL map file in a figure

This can run on the Mupad <http://www.mathworks.com/help/symbolic/mupad_ref/plot-surfacestl.html> There is also a function ...

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always stuck at job test validate--cluster profile manager

Hmmm.. I haven't tried it on R2013b but it works well for me on R2013a and LTS 12.04 <</matlabcentral/answers/uploaded_files/...

always stuck at job test validate--cluster profile manager

Hmmm.. I haven't tried it on R2013b but it works well for me on R2013a and LTS 12.04 <</matlabcentral/answers/uploaded_files/...

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How to write a code to build a D flip flop?

You could use the D flip flop in simulink directly. <http://www.mathworks.com/help/simulink/ref_extras/dflipflop.html>

How to write a code to build a D flip flop?

You could use the D flip flop in simulink directly. <http://www.mathworks.com/help/simulink/ref_extras/dflipflop.html>

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calculate surface area between two curves

This might help: <http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/15653-evaluating-the-area-between-two-curves>

calculate surface area between two curves

This might help: <http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/15653-evaluating-the-area-between-two-curves>

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Artifical Bee Colony Algorithm

You can find one here: <http://mf.erciyes.edu.tr/abc/software.htm> or an implementation here: <http://www.mathworks.com/matla...

Artifical Bee Colony Algorithm

You can find one here: <http://mf.erciyes.edu.tr/abc/software.htm> or an implementation here: <http://www.mathworks.com/matla...

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Is it possible to have MATLAB installed on two computers?

Depends on the license. How many seeds of the license does the researcher have? For. Eg. I have multiple versions of MALTA...

Is it possible to have MATLAB installed on two computers?

Depends on the license. How many seeds of the license does the researcher have? For. Eg. I have multiple versions of MALTA...

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calculating rmse between observations and estimates of different size

Your data sets (data and estimate) have different sizes. Do you have NaN's in your estimates or are you taking multiple estimate...

calculating rmse between observations and estimates of different size

Your data sets (data and estimate) have different sizes. Do you have NaN's in your estimates or are you taking multiple estimate...

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Can Mathlab solve this

Yes, look in the symbolic math toolbox <http://www.mathworks.com/help/symbolic/solve.html> Go to the bottom of the page for e...

Can Mathlab solve this

Yes, look in the symbolic math toolbox <http://www.mathworks.com/help/symbolic/solve.html> Go to the bottom of the page for e...

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Skull Removal of brain using matlab

Muhammad, I use a program known as AFNI for such skull stripping. AFNI has been developed by the National Institute of Healt...

Skull Removal of brain using matlab

Muhammad, I use a program known as AFNI for such skull stripping. AFNI has been developed by the National Institute of Healt...

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How can I avoid error in mnrfit line 164?

I'm assuming mnrfit does not like 'NaN' values as its input. works fine with x = 0.14 0.66 ...

How can I avoid error in mnrfit line 164?

I'm assuming mnrfit does not like 'NaN' values as its input. works fine with x = 0.14 0.66 ...

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Matlab Mac OS 10.6.8

You can try the solutions mentioned in this post. It fixed the issue for me <http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/...

Matlab Mac OS 10.6.8

You can try the solutions mentioned in this post. It fixed the issue for me <http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/...

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How can I generalize this for loop?

a=1:9 % input for ii=1:9 t(ii)=sum(a(1:ii))/sum(a); end t

How can I generalize this for loop?

a=1:9 % input for ii=1:9 t(ii)=sum(a(1:ii))/sum(a); end t

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