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How to use num2str inside text with latex interpreter?

I think you need square brackets like this to assemble all the characters into a single string text(4,5,['$L_{',num2str(i),'}$'...

How to use num2str inside text with latex interpreter?

I think you need square brackets like this to assemble all the characters into a single string text(4,5,['$L_{',num2str(i),'}$'...

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ttest2 doubt in the results between 2 different groups

The implication of the t-test result is that the difference (even though it looks big to you) could well have arisen by chance e...

ttest2 doubt in the results between 2 different groups

The implication of the t-test result is that the difference (even though it looks big to you) could well have arisen by chance e...

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Alternative to Eval for small number of variables

Put your workspace variables in a struct and then use var_names to access the fields of that struct, something like this: wrkst...

Alternative to Eval for small number of variables

Put your workspace variables in a struct and then use var_names to access the fields of that struct, something like this: wrkst...

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if I set model as 'linear' in 'anovan', is 'anovan' equivalent to applying respectively 'anova1' to the factors?

no, those are not equivalent, as you should be able to verify by applying them both to the same dataset. With its default 'linea...

if I set model as 'linear' in 'anovan', is 'anovan' equivalent to applying respectively 'anova1' to the factors?

no, those are not equivalent, as you should be able to verify by applying them both to the same dataset. With its default 'linea...

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Plot a cumulative distribution with a symmetric logarithmic scale centred at 50%

Not sure if I really understand what you want but maybe something like this: z_app = norminv(cdf_app); % find the normal Z sco...

Plot a cumulative distribution with a symmetric logarithmic scale centred at 50%

Not sure if I really understand what you want but maybe something like this: z_app = norminv(cdf_app); % find the normal Z sco...

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Error when using: parmHat = wblfit(x)

The problem is that your x vector has some nan's in it, and wblfit can't handle those. Try y = x(~isnan(x)); parmHat = wblfit...

Error when using: parmHat = wblfit(x)

The problem is that your x vector has some nan's in it, and wblfit can't handle those. Try y = x(~isnan(x)); parmHat = wblfit...

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How do we modify the tails of norrmal/any kind of distribution by keeping other portion is same?

As Paul says, the details are important because there are infinitely many ways to do what you are asking. One way to think abou...

How do we modify the tails of norrmal/any kind of distribution by keeping other portion is same?

As Paul says, the details are important because there are infinitely many ways to do what you are asking. One way to think abou...

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How to avoid duplicating code in the constructor and a reset method of a class with class inheritance.

This is presumably an issue only because you sometimes create objects of the type MySuperClass--not just descendant MyClass obje...

How to avoid duplicating code in the constructor and a reset method of a class with class inheritance.

This is presumably an issue only because you sometimes create objects of the type MySuperClass--not just descendant MyClass obje...

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Estimate ksdensity values for large number of data points, e.g. 100000 values

It is a common mistake to think that PDF values should be less than 1. Actually, PDFs are defined in such a way that the area un...

Estimate ksdensity values for large number of data points, e.g. 100000 values

It is a common mistake to think that PDF values should be less than 1. Actually, PDFs are defined in such a way that the area un...

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Generation of large data sets (10^4) for log Pearson type III distribution and finding its paramters

If the distribution you have in mind is the same one described here then this is a good problem for Cupid (see especially the fi...

Generation of large data sets (10^4) for log Pearson type III distribution and finding its paramters

If the distribution you have in mind is the same one described here then this is a good problem for Cupid (see especially the fi...

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Fundamental proof of signal averaging noise reduction

Your code doesn't really measure noise reduction in the right way. Noise reduction refers to variability across many repeated m...

Fundamental proof of signal averaging noise reduction

Your code doesn't really measure noise reduction in the right way. Noise reduction refers to variability across many repeated m...

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How to compute the slop of bootstrap population with its confidence interval?

It sounds like this is what you are after, although I'm not sure why you want to do it: m = bootstrp(100,@mySlope,A); LowerCI ...

How to compute the slop of bootstrap population with its confidence interval?

It sounds like this is what you are after, although I'm not sure why you want to do it: m = bootstrp(100,@mySlope,A); LowerCI ...

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Conditional fixed effects for glme

I think this is the key sentence from the example page: "Specify the dummy variable encoding as 'effects', so the dummy variable...

Conditional fixed effects for glme

I think this is the key sentence from the example page: "Specify the dummy variable encoding as 'effects', so the dummy variable...

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Each PARFOR Worker Writes to the Same File

Maybe have each worker write to its own output file and then assemble those after? This answer shows how to get the id for each...

Each PARFOR Worker Writes to the Same File

Maybe have each worker write to its own output file and then assemble those after? This answer shows how to get the id for each...

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Fitting bimodal wind data using Weibull mixture in matlab

Your sample graph is not a probability distribution, Weibull or otherwise. For a probability distribution, the vertical axis al...

Fitting bimodal wind data using Weibull mixture in matlab

Your sample graph is not a probability distribution, Weibull or otherwise. For a probability distribution, the vertical axis al...

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immediate refresh function for cd?

When I run this code in a script: cd(my_folder_name) % what goes here? pause(15) the current folder window doesn't update un...

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Statistical distribution comparison for two datasets

You could use manova if you just wanted to compare the centroids of the multivariate distributions, but it sounds like you want ...

Statistical distribution comparison for two datasets

You could use manova if you just wanted to compare the centroids of the multivariate distributions, but it sounds like you want ...

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How to robustly set class object properties in the class constructor when using name-value approach without handling them one-by-one?

One option might be something like this: % How to make... fnames = fieldnames(namedArgs); for ifield=1:length(fnames) s ...

How to robustly set class object properties in the class constructor when using name-value approach without handling them one-by-one?

One option might be something like this: % How to make... fnames = fieldnames(namedArgs); for ifield=1:length(fnames) s ...

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How can i use a "list of variablennames" to calculate something?

One convenient option if you really want to do something like this is to use a structure to hold all of the variables that you w...

How can i use a "list of variablennames" to calculate something?

One convenient option if you really want to do something like this is to use a structure to hold all of the variables that you w...

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how to delete outliers data for 15 person Separately?

I think I see the issue now. Maybe this is better: DATA1=[]; SUBJECT = []; for i = 1:15 data1 = load(strcat(strcat('park...

how to delete outliers data for 15 person Separately?

I think I see the issue now. Maybe this is better: DATA1=[]; SUBJECT = []; for i = 1:15 data1 = load(strcat(strcat('park...

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How do I Plot a Regression Line (not simple regression) on gscatter?

Something like this should work, after your gscatter: lowX = 0; % set low & hi X to span the x-axis range that you want the l...

How do I Plot a Regression Line (not simple regression) on gscatter?

Something like this should work, after your gscatter: lowX = 0; % set low & hi X to span the x-axis range that you want the l...

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What is the orthodox precedure of evaluating/determining the type of a distribution? And How to fit it into a normal distribution with skewness and kurtosis?

Unfortunately, trial-and-error with fitting different distributions is the only way to find out what distribution provides the b...

What is the orthodox precedure of evaluating/determining the type of a distribution? And How to fit it into a normal distribution with skewness and kurtosis?

Unfortunately, trial-and-error with fitting different distributions is the only way to find out what distribution provides the b...

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How to replace the missing value using the correlation between x and y?

Omar, if I understand what you are trying to do, I would suggest: Form a reduced dataset where you drop all rows with NANs. Th...

How to replace the missing value using the correlation between x and y?

Omar, if I understand what you are trying to do, I would suggest: Form a reduced dataset where you drop all rows with NANs. Th...

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How to find the row wise p values corresponding to each coefficient of linear regression?

For Type I (i.e., sequential), you have to fit a series of three models, and you need to compute the improvement of each model o...

How to find the row wise p values corresponding to each coefficient of linear regression?

For Type I (i.e., sequential), you have to fit a series of three models, and you need to compute the improvement of each model o...

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Generate all possible group scores based on combinations of individuals

Morgan, my point was that "all possible ways" is just too many in this case. By my calculations, if your computer could process...

Generate all possible group scores based on combinations of individuals

Morgan, my point was that "all possible ways" is just too many in this case. By my calculations, if your computer could process...

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Parameter estimation of a mixture of a Normal and a Uniform distribution

Not sure how to modify your code, but you can do the estimation with Cupid like this: % Parameters stipulated to be known: Kno...

Parameter estimation of a mixture of a Normal and a Uniform distribution

Not sure how to modify your code, but you can do the estimation with Cupid like this: % Parameters stipulated to be known: Kno...

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how do I input a one-way anova function?

scores = []; % list the 37 scores inside the brackets, all of group 1 first, then group 2, etc group = {'a' 'a' 'a' } % list ...

how do I input a one-way anova function?

scores = []; % list the 37 scores inside the brackets, all of group 1 first, then group 2, etc group = {'a' 'a' 'a' } % list ...

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Within a script, can I close or redirect a Windows File Explorer window opened with 'winopen'?

I have a script that processes iteratively through a number of directories, spending a few hours per directory. It would be very...

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Problem when using fitrm() function for ANOVA and getting an incomplete output

I can't check it at the moment, but I think maybe your last line should be ranovatbl = ranova(rm,'WithinModel','Phases')

Problem when using fitrm() function for ANOVA and getting an incomplete output

I can't check it at the moment, but I think maybe your last line should be ranovatbl = ranova(rm,'WithinModel','Phases')

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Comparing Means from Probability Distributions using aoctool and multcompare

Maybe I am missing something but from your description it sounds like you could compare the mean log(x) values of the different ...

Comparing Means from Probability Distributions using aoctool and multcompare

Maybe I am missing something but from your description it sounds like you could compare the mean log(x) values of the different ...

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