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objects of one class into another class

If you have these two classes: classdef clwinding properties d w end methods function...

objects of one class into another class

If you have these two classes: classdef clwinding properties d w end methods function...

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objects of one class into another class

If you define for example your class like this, you can multiply two object values: classdef BasicClass properties V...

objects of one class into another class

If you define for example your class like this, you can multiply two object values: classdef BasicClass properties V...

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How to delete/copy (store) rows of a struct?

You can delete the last 13 rows with: struc.data=[1:45]'; struc.data(end-12:end)=[];

How to delete/copy (store) rows of a struct?

You can delete the last 13 rows with: struc.data=[1:45]'; struc.data(end-12:end)=[];

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how to solve a 5th degree equation and write a loop function with it

use the functions syms and solve: syms x solve(x==a*b*(1-x)^5)

how to solve a 5th degree equation and write a loop function with it

use the functions syms and solve: syms x solve(x==a*b*(1-x)^5)

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Create results .txt files with loop

you can create txt files with: FP=fopen(sprintf('test%g.txt',1),'wt'); fprintf(FP,num2str(data)); fclose(FP);

Create results .txt files with loop

you can create txt files with: FP=fopen(sprintf('test%g.txt',1),'wt'); fprintf(FP,num2str(data)); fclose(FP);

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How can I make a scatter plot with different markers ?

maybe somthing like this: symbol_list=['*';'+';'o';'<']; for i=1:4 scatter(x(:,i),y(:,i),symbol_list(i)) hold on en...

How can I make a scatter plot with different markers ?

maybe somthing like this: symbol_list=['*';'+';'o';'<']; for i=1:4 scatter(x(:,i),y(:,i),symbol_list(i)) hold on en...

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Create row with text from loop for a table

you can create table headers with: a=table(); for i=1:10; a.(sprintf('bar %g',i))=i; end

Create row with text from loop for a table

you can create table headers with: a=table(); for i=1:10; a.(sprintf('bar %g',i))=i; end

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Continuous Spectrogram from multiple wav files.

Something like this: data_tot=[]; >> for i=1:numel(files) data=audioread(files(i)); data_tot=[data_tot ; data]; end...

Continuous Spectrogram from multiple wav files.

Something like this: data_tot=[]; >> for i=1:numel(files) data=audioread(files(i)); data_tot=[data_tot ; data]; end...

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how to identify leap years

There is a leap year every four years, so you can use this: if mod(year,4)==0 'leap year' else 'not a leap year' en...

how to identify leap years

There is a leap year every four years, so you can use this: if mod(year,4)==0 'leap year' else 'not a leap year' en...

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Creating a data matrix that self generates.

somthing like this: count=0; m=zeros(100,1); rand_int=datasample(1:100,1); m(rand_int)=1; old_matrix=reshape(m,[10 10]); f...

Creating a data matrix that self generates.

somthing like this: count=0; m=zeros(100,1); rand_int=datasample(1:100,1); m(rand_int)=1; old_matrix=reshape(m,[10 10]); f...

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how can i solve this error?

You should use this: x=1:0.1:6; for i=1:numel(x) h(i,:)=z2+(x(i)-ls)*z4; end or even without ':' x=1:0.1:6; for i=1:numel...

how can i solve this error?

You should use this: x=1:0.1:6; for i=1:numel(x) h(i,:)=z2+(x(i)-ls)*z4; end or even without ':' x=1:0.1:6; for i=1:numel...

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print the element of a matrix

a=-Inf; for i=1:numel(matrix(:,1)) if matrix(i,1)>a; a=matrix(i,1); end end disp(a)

print the element of a matrix

a=-Inf; for i=1:numel(matrix(:,1)) if matrix(i,1)>a; a=matrix(i,1); end end disp(a)

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print the element of a matrix

You can use: a=max(matrix(1,:)); disp(a) to disp the max value from the first row, or b=max(matrix(:,1)); disp(b) to ge...

print the element of a matrix

You can use: a=max(matrix(1,:)); disp(a) to disp the max value from the first row, or b=max(matrix(:,1)); disp(b) to ge...

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How to join two points, on a 'map', created with the command 'ginput'?

You can use this code, which contains the function ginput_norm: https://nl.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/75469-ginput...

How to join two points, on a 'map', created with the command 'ginput'?

You can use this code, which contains the function ginput_norm: https://nl.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/75469-ginput...

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ginput with normalized coordinates of the figure window.

Graphical input from mouse.

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replace updated data with previous data in Matlab while Matlab and excel are linked.

Make a while loop in which matlab reads the data from the excel file every minute or every hour. You can generate a script that ...

replace updated data with previous data in Matlab while Matlab and excel are linked.

Make a while loop in which matlab reads the data from the excel file every minute or every hour. You can generate a script that ...

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Reading and Replace lines in input data for many lines

What about creating a new txt file in every loop and overwriting the existing file2.txt instead of replacing lines?

Reading and Replace lines in input data for many lines

What about creating a new txt file in every loop and overwriting the existing file2.txt instead of replacing lines?

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What is z1 appearing when solving this nonlinear system for x y and z?

You can try to use the function vpasolve instead of solve

What is z1 appearing when solving this nonlinear system for x y and z?

You can try to use the function vpasolve instead of solve

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Legend with different text color and Latex Interpreter

I dont think it is possible to change the color with the latex interpreter. It can be used to make text bold for example and ins...

Legend with different text color and Latex Interpreter

I dont think it is possible to change the color with the latex interpreter. It can be used to make text bold for example and ins...

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How can I create a point shapefile from a csv (or matrix) with lat/long columns?

Im not sure what you want, but maybe this can help: for i=1:1780 T.(sprintf('var%g',i))=sprintf('var%g',i); end This cre...

How can I create a point shapefile from a csv (or matrix) with lat/long columns?

Im not sure what you want, but maybe this can help: for i=1:1780 T.(sprintf('var%g',i))=sprintf('var%g',i); end This cre...

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plot fails with -Inf

you can use Px(isinf(abs(Px)))=0; to set all -Inf values to 0

plot fails with -Inf

you can use Px(isinf(abs(Px)))=0; to set all -Inf values to 0

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How do I display the output of my stats_

Im not sure what you mean. With the command 'gcf' you get all the stats of the figure. The stats of the maskImage are in your ...

How do I display the output of my stats_

Im not sure what you mean. With the command 'gcf' you get all the stats of the figure. The stats of the maskImage are in your ...

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How can I perform region growing with two seed points?

Can you upload an image, and give examples of the values: I,x,y,x2,y2,reg_maxdist1,reg_maxdist2, then we can run the code and ch...

How can I perform region growing with two seed points?

Can you upload an image, and give examples of the values: I,x,y,x2,y2,reg_maxdist1,reg_maxdist2, then we can run the code and ch...

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Creating a run log/count with a for loop within a table.

I think this is what you are looking for: switch_list=zeros(length(data),1); switch_list(2:end)=data(2:end,2)-data(1:end-1,2);...

Creating a run log/count with a for loop within a table.

I think this is what you are looking for: switch_list=zeros(length(data),1); switch_list(2:end)=data(2:end,2)-data(1:end-1,2);...

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How to extract values from an array?

val1 contains the numbers x(1), x(2) x(3) and x(4). val2 contains the numbers between x(1) and x(4) with steps on 1, but x(4) is...

How to extract values from an array?

val1 contains the numbers x(1), x(2) x(3) and x(4). val2 contains the numbers between x(1) and x(4) with steps on 1, but x(4) is...

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How do I find a center of rotation having a set of 3D points ?

If each point represent the same amount of mass, the center of rotation is just the average position of all poisitions, when eac...

How do I find a center of rotation having a set of 3D points ?

If each point represent the same amount of mass, the center of rotation is just the average position of all poisitions, when eac...

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how can i split a 400*400 matrix into smaller one

what about this: num_list=0:40:400; data=[]; Image=zeros(400); for a=1:numel(num_list)-1 for b=1:numel(num_list)-1 ...

how can i split a 400*400 matrix into smaller one

what about this: num_list=0:40:400; data=[]; Image=zeros(400); for a=1:numel(num_list)-1 for b=1:numel(num_list)-1 ...

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save data to a new row in a table for each iteration of a for loop

something like this might be useful for you: data=[]; for i=1:0.1:10 data(:,end+1)=[i^2;i^3];%just example of data end

save data to a new row in a table for each iteration of a for loop

something like this might be useful for you: data=[]; for i=1:0.1:10 data(:,end+1)=[i^2;i^3];%just example of data end

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It's posible to make figure always maximized and block minimized option?

You can do this with position function of a handle: h=figure(); h.Position=[1,41,1536,749] % depends on your screen size, 1 41...

It's posible to make figure always maximized and block minimized option?

You can do this with position function of a handle: h=figure(); h.Position=[1,41,1536,749] % depends on your screen size, 1 41...

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How not to delete one element of a figure when using cla?

Maybe you can delete one of the 'Children' of the figure. type: h.Children and check if there is any data that can be delete...

How not to delete one element of a figure when using cla?

Maybe you can delete one of the 'Children' of the figure. type: h.Children and check if there is any data that can be delete...

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