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H2 and CO2 thermodynamics

Tool for effective thermodynamic calculations. Includes high-accuracy thermodynamic models for H2 and CO2.

8 days ago | 9 downloads |

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test_derivatives

Tool to verify that analytical derivatives are correct

22 days ago | 5 downloads |

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Fsolve don't work good with trigonometric

Your function has several different zeros. Which one fsolve finds will depend on the starting point. I ran: f = 100; while no...

Fsolve don't work good with trigonometric

Your function has several different zeros. Which one fsolve finds will depend on the starting point. I ran: f = 100; while no...

27 days ago | 0

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polyfix(x,y,n,xfix,yfix,xder,dydx)

Fit polynomial p to data, but match exactly at one or more points

29 days ago | 51 downloads |

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Help text does not work for user-defined functions

I just installed R2019b and the help function does not work. Example: I created the addme function from the Add Help for Your P...

1 month ago | 0 answers | 0

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Is there a way to avoid repeating time-consuming calculations from odefun in the events function?

The right-hand side in my ODE is quite time-consuming. In the course of calculating dy/dt I calculate a variable u that I also u...

4 months ago | 2 answers | 0

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nistdata(species,T,p)

Create tables of thermophysical properties for gases

5 months ago | 9 downloads |

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First order ODE parameter fit to dataset

The challenge is how to use your table of temperatures in your updateStates function. At a given time t, you must interpolate y...

First order ODE parameter fit to dataset

The challenge is how to use your table of temperatures in your updateStates function. At a given time t, you must interpolate y...

5 months ago | 0

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How to calculate a curve for different variables?

Here is one way to do it. I have reduced the number of elements in your Time and V vectors in order to make a nicer surface plo...

How to calculate a curve for different variables?

Here is one way to do it. I have reduced the number of elements in your Time and V vectors in order to make a nicer surface plo...

6 months ago | 0

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datetime default stetings 12/24

Use HH instead of hh for the hours: >> datetime.setDefaultFormats('default','hh:mm:ss yyyy-MM-dd') >> t = datetime(2019,8,10,...

datetime default stetings 12/24

Use HH instead of hh for the hours: >> datetime.setDefaultFormats('default','hh:mm:ss yyyy-MM-dd') >> t = datetime(2019,8,10,...

6 months ago | 4

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How to read a file containing non numerical characters and commas?

The 22 lines of text are easily dealt with using the 'HeaderLines' option. Next you must convert your strings to doubles. Below...

How to read a file containing non numerical characters and commas?

The 22 lines of text are easily dealt with using the 'HeaderLines' option. Next you must convert your strings to doubles. Below...

7 months ago | 0

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Cell Array Dynamic Size

If you are happy with storing the data as a matrix for each sheet : filename = 'Q.xlsx'; n_sheets = 2; DP = cell(1,n_sheets);...

Cell Array Dynamic Size

If you are happy with storing the data as a matrix for each sheet : filename = 'Q.xlsx'; n_sheets = 2; DP = cell(1,n_sheets);...

7 months ago | 0

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Fill the matrix - 1

Input is a column vector and n. n columns will be added to the left of the input column. The first value of the row is the s...

8 months ago

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I have IgorTime data in which time:units = "seconds since 1904-01-01". I would like to convert this seconds to datevc.

First: Are you sure your T vector is in seconds? If so, your time list covers about 48 milliseconds around 01-Jan-1904 11:41:29....

I have IgorTime data in which time:units = "seconds since 1904-01-01". I would like to convert this seconds to datevc.

First: Are you sure your T vector is in seconds? If so, your time list covers about 48 milliseconds around 01-Jan-1904 11:41:29....

8 months ago | 1

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Find the Final State of an Abelian Sandpile

Let us define an <http://nautil.us/issue/23/dominoes/the-amazing-autotuning-sandpile Abelian sand pile> as a matrix that is only...

8 months ago

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Data Regularization

Provided is an m-by-n integer data matrix A whose elements are drawn arbitrarily from a set *S* = [1,2,3,...,S] for any large in...

8 months ago

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Divide elements by sum of elements

In this problem, I ask you to write a function which will divide the elements of each column by the sum of the elements of the s...

8 months ago

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How to add headers to Excel.

filename = 'testdata.xlsx'; header = {'name', 'Age'}; A = [12.7;5.02;-98;63.9;0;-.2;56]; B= [12.7;5.02;-98;63.9;0;-.2;56]; c...

How to add headers to Excel.

filename = 'testdata.xlsx'; header = {'name', 'Age'}; A = [12.7;5.02;-98;63.9;0;-.2;56]; B= [12.7;5.02;-98;63.9;0;-.2;56]; c...

8 months ago | 1

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Plot multivariable function,can't get the plot right ?

The main problem with your plot is simply that the large values of f for y > 0.5 dwarf the variations at lower values. Changing...

Plot multivariable function,can't get the plot right ?

The main problem with your plot is simply that the large values of f for y > 0.5 dwarf the variations at lower values. Changing...

9 months ago | 1

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Matrix divison or calculating slope

There is a syntax error with your use of parentheses. Also, the slope for the last row is not defined. This should work: nro...

Matrix divison or calculating slope

There is a syntax error with your use of parentheses. Also, the slope for the last row is not defined. This should work: nro...

9 months ago | 0

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fitting a curve (3D) to pointcloud data

Assuming that the points are listed in sequence along your curve, you can express x, y, and z as functions of the (approximate) ...

fitting a curve (3D) to pointcloud data

Assuming that the points are listed in sequence along your curve, you can express x, y, and z as functions of the (approximate) ...

9 months ago | 1

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Word Search Words Overlapping

I was fascinated by your problem, so I wrote my own version. This gave me some insights: I recommend that you first create an ...

Word Search Words Overlapping

I was fascinated by your problem, so I wrote my own version. This gave me some insights: I recommend that you first create an ...

11 months ago | 0

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How to find same element in txt file (in a coloumn) and find the amount for averaging the value of another coloumn ?

There may be more elegant ways to read the file, but I often prefer to use textscan to read a text file into a cell array of str...

How to find same element in txt file (in a coloumn) and find the amount for averaging the value of another coloumn ?

There may be more elegant ways to read the file, but I often prefer to use textscan to read a text file into a cell array of str...

11 months ago | 1

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Degrees-Minutes-Seconds Separation

It simplifies things if you use a doubke quote (") instead of two single qotes ('') to denote seconds. I enclose the modified ...

Degrees-Minutes-Seconds Separation

It simplifies things if you use a doubke quote (") instead of two single qotes ('') to denote seconds. I enclose the modified ...

11 months ago | 0

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reading a txt file with rows of different length

fid = fopen(filename); lines = textscan(fid,'%s','delimiter','\n'); fclose(fid); lines = lines{1}; % The points data are in ...

reading a txt file with rows of different length

fid = fopen(filename); lines = textscan(fid,'%s','delimiter','\n'); fclose(fid); lines = lines{1}; % The points data are in ...

12 months ago | 2

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Reading data row by row into matlab.

I often find it useful to read the file into a cell array of strings using textscan. Then I can easily experiment with how to b...

Reading data row by row into matlab.

I often find it useful to read the file into a cell array of strings using textscan. Then I can easily experiment with how to b...

12 months ago | 0

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Reading CSV files in a sequence based on numeric value in file name

d = dir('*.csv'); filenames = {}; index = 0; k = 0; for i = 1:length(d) % Using regexp with lookaround on the file name t...

Reading CSV files in a sequence based on numeric value in file name

d = dir('*.csv'); filenames = {}; index = 0; k = 0; for i = 1:length(d) % Using regexp with lookaround on the file name t...

12 months ago | 0

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How to index a random matrix with set conditions?

For a list of the negative values: negM = M(M<0) For the indices of the negative values: [i,j] = find(M<0) To display only t...

How to index a random matrix with set conditions?

For a list of the negative values: negM = M(M<0) For the indices of the negative values: [i,j] = find(M<0) To display only t...

1 year ago | 1

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How to identify points that are located in a polygon when this polygon passes through the meridian?

It seems that you are using the mapping toolbox, Then you can use ingeoquad: ingeoquad([35,45],[0,10],[30 40], [355 5]) Your ...

How to identify points that are located in a polygon when this polygon passes through the meridian?

It seems that you are using the mapping toolbox, Then you can use ingeoquad: ingeoquad([35,45],[0,10],[30 40], [355 5]) Your ...

1 year ago | 2

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remotest(points,boundary)

Finds the position within or on a boundary that is farthest from any member of a set of points.

1 year ago | 1 download |