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GUI refuses to close after starting a loop within it, only closes when I attempt to close MATLAB entirely

At quick glance, it appears that when you press the on/off button the app enters a while-loop and there is no exit to the loop s...

GUI refuses to close after starting a loop within it, only closes when I attempt to close MATLAB entirely

At quick glance, it appears that when you press the on/off button the app enters a while-loop and there is no exit to the loop s...

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Summation of colonns from an imported table

You should organize your data within a timetable and use the retime function. TT2 = retime(TT1,newTimeStep,method) TT2 = retim...

Summation of colonns from an imported table

You should organize your data within a timetable and use the retime function. TT2 = retime(TT1,newTimeStep,method) TT2 = retim...

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How to I do sum my result value to a new result value, progressively? In a for loop

It sounds like you're describing a cumulative sum which does not need to be done within a loop. t = [100;100;100;100] ts = ...

How to I do sum my result value to a new result value, progressively? In a for loop

It sounds like you're describing a cumulative sum which does not need to be done within a loop. t = [100;100;100;100] ts = ...

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Loren's blog on datastore. How should I use counterSize and done?

> I am trying to use datastore in Matlab v2018b but it does not have 'partialread'. partialreadFcn is a function defined in Lor...

Loren's blog on datastore. How should I use counterSize and done?

> I am trying to use datastore in Matlab v2018b but it does not have 'partialread'. partialreadFcn is a function defined in Lor...

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Can Any one help me, how to import this function in matlab?

This uses a vector of inputs. f = @(x)(prod([x(1),x(2),x(3),x(5),x(3)-1])+x(4)) ./ (1 + x(2)^2 + x(3)^3); k = 5; % dem...

Can Any one help me, how to import this function in matlab?

This uses a vector of inputs. f = @(x)(prod([x(1),x(2),x(3),x(5),x(3)-1])+x(4)) ./ (1 + x(2)^2 + x(3)^3); k = 5; % dem...

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Define condition for both imaginary and real parts of numbers

x = pi + i if real(x)~=0 && imag(x)~=0 disp("YES") end

Define condition for both imaginary and real parts of numbers

x = pi + i if real(x)~=0 && imag(x)~=0 disp("YES") end

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Row and column of numbers in matrix

[rowNum, colNum] = find(matrix == value) Or, if you're working with floating point decimals, [~, minIdx] = min(abs(matrix - v...

Row and column of numbers in matrix

[rowNum, colNum] = find(matrix == value) Or, if you're working with floating point decimals, [~, minIdx] = min(abs(matrix - v...

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How to get the confidence interval for bootstrap?

Why are you sorting s in s=sort(s)? There's no need to manually eliminate the NaN values and there's no need to use a loop. ...

How to get the confidence interval for bootstrap?

Why are you sorting s in s=sort(s)? There's no need to manually eliminate the NaN values and there's no need to use a loop. ...

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How can I skip the first to lines from a text file and proceed to read the file with header lines in between the values?

You could use readtable and then eliminate the columns and rows associated with the header lines. T = readtable('https://www.m...

How can I skip the first to lines from a text file and proceed to read the file with header lines in between the values?

You could use readtable and then eliminate the columns and rows associated with the header lines. T = readtable('https://www.m...

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How to make a bar graph out of the first and second column of a matrix?

sleeprxn2= [ 0 0.6229 1.0000 0.3404 1.0000 0.2744 ] [groups, gro...

How to make a bar graph out of the first and second column of a matrix?

sleeprxn2= [ 0 0.6229 1.0000 0.3404 1.0000 0.2744 ] [groups, gro...

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How do I rotate the view of a cylinder created using surf plot?

Use makehgtform to translate and rotate the object. [X,Y,Z]=cylinder([0 3],1000); M=makehgtform('translate',___,'xrotate',___,...

How do I rotate the view of a cylinder created using surf plot?

Use makehgtform to translate and rotate the object. [X,Y,Z]=cylinder([0 3],1000); M=makehgtform('translate',___,'xrotate',___,...

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I want to obtain the values of streamlines and put it into legend.

Your contour lines are all black so a legend of black lines would not be helpful to map the contour values to the plot. I recomm...

I want to obtain the values of streamlines and put it into legend.

Your contour lines are all black so a legend of black lines would not be helpful to map the contour values to the plot. I recomm...

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Will polyfit work with datetime vectors

I'm also looking for a solution to this and specifically am interested in the y-intercept of a simple linear fit so I can plot t...

Will polyfit work with datetime vectors

I'm also looking for a solution to this and specifically am interested in the y-intercept of a simple linear fit so I can plot t...

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remove the zeros in the Matrix

Here's how to remove rows or columns that contain only 0s data = [0 0 0 0; 0 4 5 2; 0 2 5 4; 0 2 4 1] rowsAll0 = all(data==0...

remove the zeros in the Matrix

Here's how to remove rows or columns that contain only 0s data = [0 0 0 0; 0 4 5 2; 0 2 5 4; 0 2 4 1] rowsAll0 = all(data==0...

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Adjust legend position outside the figure layout

Since you're using tiledLayout the best option is to specify the layout as shows in this example. lh =legend(__); lh.Layout.Ti...

Adjust legend position outside the figure layout

Since you're using tiledLayout the best option is to specify the layout as shows in this example. lh =legend(__); lh.Layout.Ti...

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Is there a better way to initialize the DataTipTemplate field in primitive objects?

I've had this problem with patch objects in the past and I solved it by doing something similar to what you suggested, making a ...

Is there a better way to initialize the DataTipTemplate field in primitive objects?

I've had this problem with patch objects in the past and I solved it by doing something similar to what you suggested, making a ...

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Divide date ticks into hours

Use xtickformat | ytickformat | ztickformat which sets the TickLabelFormat of the axes (Matlab R2016b or later) datetick(tick...

Divide date ticks into hours

Use xtickformat | ytickformat | ztickformat which sets the TickLabelFormat of the axes (Matlab R2016b or later) datetick(tick...

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How do I round this datetime to the nearest 0.1 second?

dt = datetime(' 01-Oct-2020 04:49:10.350','Format', 'dd-MMM-uuuu HH:mm:ss.SSS') dtRound = dateshift(dt,'start','minute') + seco...

How do I round this datetime to the nearest 0.1 second?

dt = datetime(' 01-Oct-2020 04:49:10.350','Format', 'dd-MMM-uuuu HH:mm:ss.SSS') dtRound = dateshift(dt,'start','minute') + seco...

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Do not plot the shape in the middle and polar transformation

This demo uses a cleaned up version of your code and then does the following, Computes center of noisy circle Shifts noisy ci...

Do not plot the shape in the middle and polar transformation

This demo uses a cleaned up version of your code and then does the following, Computes center of noisy circle Shifts noisy ci...

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Finding the full width half maximum (FWHM) of a rounded part of peak instead of sharp peaks

This uses rmoutliers to remove the spike and then computes the FWHM of the resultant curve. You can play around with rmoutliers ...

Finding the full width half maximum (FWHM) of a rounded part of peak instead of sharp peaks

This uses rmoutliers to remove the spike and then computes the FWHM of the resultant curve. You can play around with rmoutliers ...

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ttest and confidence interval

I assume you're intentionally avoiding the std() function. However, your calculation of standard deviation is incorrect. s=sq...

ttest and confidence interval

I assume you're intentionally avoiding the std() function. However, your calculation of standard deviation is incorrect. s=sq...

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Difference between two statements

Good question. See this discussion and if you have any other questions or comments, let's continue the disucssion.

Difference between two statements

Good question. See this discussion and if you have any other questions or comments, let's continue the disucssion.

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the function should find the min value in each row, when I run the code it doesnt print the correct answer. Anyone know whats wrong?

The function returns "A" which is the entire matrix. If you want it to return the minimum value, it should return "min". Howev...

the function should find the min value in each row, when I run the code it doesnt print the correct answer. Anyone know whats wrong?

The function returns "A" which is the entire matrix. If you want it to return the minimum value, it should return "min". Howev...

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How to keep menu open when selecting option

I have also found this default beahvior frustrating but I do not know a way to keep the menu open after making a selection. I s...

How to keep menu open when selecting option

I have also found this default beahvior frustrating but I do not know a way to keep the menu open after making a selection. I s...

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How can I create another window from menubar in appdesigner ?

I suggest calling an input dialog window from the menu item's callback function. See inputdlg.

How can I create another window from menubar in appdesigner ?

I suggest calling an input dialog window from the menu item's callback function. See inputdlg.

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Name Contour levels outside plot

The following demo produces a contourf plot extracts the coordinates of the contour lines determines which lines intersect w...

Name Contour levels outside plot

The following demo produces a contourf plot extracts the coordinates of the contour lines determines which lines intersect w...

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Removing "head" entry from doubly linked list

To achieve a circular list where the first and last nodes are circularly connected, follow these 2 steps. Step 1: Modify the c...

Removing "head" entry from doubly linked list

To achieve a circular list where the first and last nodes are circularly connected, follow these 2 steps. Step 1: Modify the c...

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How I can use K-fold cross validation for training selection sequentially not randomly?

I suggest identifying each group with a grouping variable. groupID is the grouping variable. % Set these values n = 540; ...

How I can use K-fold cross validation for training selection sequentially not randomly?

I suggest identifying each group with a grouping variable. groupID is the grouping variable. % Set these values n = 540; ...

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How to highlight a point?

There are 3 steps to this process. Get the current point of the cursor Find the closest point to the cursor when the cursor i...

How to highlight a point?

There are 3 steps to this process. Get the current point of the cursor Find the closest point to the cursor when the cursor i...

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Is it possible to only allow brush to select data from certain lines in a plot?

Set HandleVisibility to off (or callback) for the graphics objects you'd like to hide from the brush tool. Note that this will...

Is it possible to only allow brush to select data from certain lines in a plot?

Set HandleVisibility to off (or callback) for the graphics objects you'd like to hide from the brush tool. Note that this will...

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