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EEGlab not filtering data

Unfortunately, a common workflow in the analysis of EEG data involves visual inspection and manual rejection of artifacts. Autom...

EEGlab not filtering data

Unfortunately, a common workflow in the analysis of EEG data involves visual inspection and manual rejection of artifacts. Autom...

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why is my semilogy not showing anything

It does plot something; you can check this if you provide a marker and exaggerate its size: semilogy(f, Zin_real, 'ko', 'Ma...

why is my semilogy not showing anything

It does plot something; you can check this if you provide a marker and exaggerate its size: semilogy(f, Zin_real, 'ko', 'Ma...

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How do you get variables to open in Editor?

On the upper right-hand side of the Variables editor (on Windows), click the small arrow and click: Dock Variables. Or Ctrl+Maj+...

How do you get variables to open in Editor?

On the upper right-hand side of the Variables editor (on Windows), click the small arrow and click: Dock Variables. Or Ctrl+Maj+...

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For loop store variable with different dimension

A cell should work fine: C = cell(2,1); C{1} = [1 2 3]; C{2} = [1 2 3 4];

For loop store variable with different dimension

A cell should work fine: C = cell(2,1); C{1} = [1 2 3]; C{2} = [1 2 3 4];

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How to seperate weekdays and weekends from an hourly data?

Here's what I do (byHourTable is a timetable object with a column called Timestamps): %get day names [~, dayNames] = wee...

How to seperate weekdays and weekends from an hourly data?

Here's what I do (byHourTable is a timetable object with a column called Timestamps): %get day names [~, dayNames] = wee...

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How to measure the length of the particular region?

It depends on your goal. If you want the number of pixels, the size of your image in the workspace (with the size function) shou...

How to measure the length of the particular region?

It depends on your goal. If you want the number of pixels, the size of your image in the workspace (with the size function) shou...

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Use Matlab program without the software of Matlab

Yes, you can compile a standalone application if you have Matlab compiler. See the documentation.

Use Matlab program without the software of Matlab

Yes, you can compile a standalone application if you have Matlab compiler. See the documentation.

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Rearranging values in a matrix

Suppose your initial matrix is called oldMat: reshape(oldMat', [5, 4])'

Rearranging values in a matrix

Suppose your initial matrix is called oldMat: reshape(oldMat', [5, 4])'

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How can i add the two numbers specified in field A and B if num.A=2 and num.B=4

It's not different from two seperate numeric variables: num.C = num.A + num.B

How can i add the two numbers specified in field A and B if num.A=2 and num.B=4

It's not different from two seperate numeric variables: num.C = num.A + num.B

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storing values from a for loop

Is this what you had in mind?: myValues = -2:0.5:2; myX = zeros(length(myValues),1); for i = 1:length(myValues) my...

storing values from a for loop

Is this what you had in mind?: myValues = -2:0.5:2; myX = zeros(length(myValues),1); for i = 1:length(myValues) my...

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How to save all runs in the while loop

Try this: allScores = zeros(99,1); n = 1; score = 0; while n < 100 x = randi(2); if (x == 1) ...

How to save all runs in the while loop

Try this: allScores = zeros(99,1); n = 1; score = 0; while n < 100 x = randi(2); if (x == 1) ...

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delete row from cell array under specific conditions

Here's a quick made up example (if you can convert your cell to a table with cell2table); of course, it would have been easier i...

delete row from cell array under specific conditions

Here's a quick made up example (if you can convert your cell to a table with cell2table); of course, it would have been easier i...

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Not displaying a 3 element vector as a result of my function? Any advice?

Just concatenate your 3 output variables a the end of the function: out = [x y z]; and change the first line to: function out...

Not displaying a 3 element vector as a result of my function? Any advice?

Just concatenate your 3 output variables a the end of the function: out = [x y z]; and change the first line to: function out...

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How can I add elements to pre-allocated array?

Try this: Data = zeros(100,1); i = 1; while i < length(Data) var1 = randperm(10); currentIdx = (0:9)+i...

How can I add elements to pre-allocated array?

Try this: Data = zeros(100,1); i = 1; while i < length(Data) var1 = randperm(10); currentIdx = (0:9)+i...

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How can I plot the mean and standar deviation of two variables?

You could start like this: meanVal = [.6, .6]; sdVal = [.4, 0.4]; errorbar(meanVal, sdVal, 'o'); set(gca, 'XLim', ...

How can I plot the mean and standar deviation of two variables?

You could start like this: meanVal = [.6, .6]; sdVal = [.4, 0.4]; errorbar(meanVal, sdVal, 'o'); set(gca, 'XLim', ...

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How to find minimal distance between elements?

This will get you started: dumVect = [1 3 5 30]'; [minVal, idxMin] = min(diff(dumVect)) If you work with more dimensi...

How to find minimal distance between elements?

This will get you started: dumVect = [1 3 5 30]'; [minVal, idxMin] = min(diff(dumVect)) If you work with more dimensi...

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rotate and set alignment of image with respect to another image

Maybe this is what you are after: <https://fr.mathworks.com/help/releases/R2017b/images/example-performing-image-registration.h...

rotate and set alignment of image with respect to another image

Maybe this is what you are after: <https://fr.mathworks.com/help/releases/R2017b/images/example-performing-image-registration.h...

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Error using daq.Session/startBackground Too many output arguments?

startForeground takes output arguments; not startBackground.

Error using daq.Session/startBackground Too many output arguments?

startForeground takes output arguments; not startBackground.

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Using the compiler on 64 bit win10 can I generate a unix executable?

Cross-compilation is not possible: you need to compile your app on a computer running exactly the same OS as the target machine....

Using the compiler on 64 bit win10 can I generate a unix executable?

Cross-compilation is not possible: you need to compile your app on a computer running exactly the same OS as the target machine....

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labMonitor

Says which computers are used in our lab, if sb is running an experiment, detects motion, gets temperature and humidity

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How do I call a saved file in Raspberry pi into my simulink stand alone code running in the Raspberry pi?

I use the To File block to save the output of my standalone model running on my RPi 3, and it works seamlessly. To open a .mat f...

How do I call a saved file in Raspberry pi into my simulink stand alone code running in the Raspberry pi?

I use the To File block to save the output of my standalone model running on my RPi 3, and it works seamlessly. To open a .mat f...

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How to stop a simulink model on a standalone raspberry pi?

In a terminal window, type top to see the running processes and look at the PID column for the number corresponding to your stan...

How to stop a simulink model on a standalone raspberry pi?

In a terminal window, type top to see the running processes and look at the PID column for the number corresponding to your stan...

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Comparison waves of EEG

If I understand your question correctly, you might want to have a look at the function alignsignals and finddelay from the Signa...

Comparison waves of EEG

If I understand your question correctly, you might want to have a look at the function alignsignals and finddelay from the Signa...

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Automatically Refresh a plot in GUIDE

axes(h), where h is the handle for the axes you want, before the plot command, should do the trick.

Automatically Refresh a plot in GUIDE

axes(h), where h is the handle for the axes you want, before the plot command, should do the trick.

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pearson and Spearman correlation and the corresponding 95% and 99% confidence level in Matlab

Use de corrcoef function. In your case, it would be: [R,P,RLO,RUP]= corrcoef(a, b, 'alpha', 0.05) Where RLO and RUP give...

pearson and Spearman correlation and the corresponding 95% and 99% confidence level in Matlab

Use de corrcoef function. In your case, it would be: [R,P,RLO,RUP]= corrcoef(a, b, 'alpha', 0.05) Where RLO and RUP give...

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how to extract the feature of eeg signals using matlab?

The easiest way to start would probably be to use EEGLAB, which is a freely available toolbox for EEG analysis: <https://sccn.uc...

how to extract the feature of eeg signals using matlab?

The easiest way to start would probably be to use EEGLAB, which is a freely available toolbox for EEG analysis: <https://sccn.uc...

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Merge two vectors into matrix

Something like this? vector1 = rand(1024,1); vector2 = rand(1, 1024); newVector = [vector1 vector2'];

Merge two vectors into matrix

Something like this? vector1 = rand(1024,1); vector2 = rand(1, 1024); newVector = [vector1 vector2'];

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how to check if my data has unit scale(mean=0,variance =1)

I may be missing something, but it sounds like your answer is contained within your question. If you want to check that your fe...

how to check if my data has unit scale(mean=0,variance =1)

I may be missing something, but it sounds like your answer is contained within your question. If you want to check that your fe...

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What version of Matlab has the "polyfix" function?

Polyfix is a user-contributed function available from the File Exchange.

What version of Matlab has the "polyfix" function?

Polyfix is a user-contributed function available from the File Exchange.

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