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For with a 0.1 step

Indices must be integers greater than 0, or logicals. Try this: i=1:0.1:10; for k = 1:numel(i) theta=0; betha=1/...

For with a 0.1 step

Indices must be integers greater than 0, or logicals. Try this: i=1:0.1:10; for k = 1:numel(i) theta=0; betha=1/...

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Tangents to the curves

At what point do you want to plot the tangent? The usual approach is to use the gradient function to find the slope, then use...

Tangents to the curves

At what point do you want to plot the tangent? The usual approach is to use the gradient function to find the slope, then use...

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How to connect the multi scatter?

I am not certain what reault you want. Try this: p=1:10; pone=randi(10,1,numel(p)); ptwo=randi(10,1,numel(p)); plot(p,po...

How to connect the multi scatter?

I am not certain what reault you want. Try this: p=1:10; pone=randi(10,1,numel(p)); ptwo=randi(10,1,numel(p)); plot(p,po...

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Jarque-Bera test!

Guessing here, since we don’t know what ‘x’ is. It appears that ‘x’ may be complex. If so, your best approach is likely to u...

Jarque-Bera test!

Guessing here, since we don’t know what ‘x’ is. It appears that ‘x’ may be complex. If so, your best approach is likely to u...

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Undefined operator '-' for input arguments of type 'table'.

One option is to use the table2array (link) function to extract your table data to an array kstest can use.

Undefined operator '-' for input arguments of type 'table'.

One option is to use the table2array (link) function to extract your table data to an array kstest can use.

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polyfit equation in scatter in matlab

Try this: text(min(xlim)+0.1*max(xlim), max(ylim)-0.1*max(ylim), sprintf('y = %.3f*x + %.3f', p)) % Top Left Corner Exper...

polyfit equation in scatter in matlab

Try this: text(min(xlim)+0.1*max(xlim), max(ylim)-0.1*max(ylim), sprintf('y = %.3f*x + %.3f', p)) % Top Left Corner Exper...

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Matlab as LaTeX interpreter?

To a limited extent at least, yes. See the text (link) documentation section on Interpreter (link).

Matlab as LaTeX interpreter?

To a limited extent at least, yes. See the text (link) documentation section on Interpreter (link).

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How to fix error using fread

Be sure you are using 'ubit1' and not 'ubitl'. It is not at all uncommon for people to use the lower-case ‘l’ instead of the ...

How to fix error using fread

Be sure you are using 'ubit1' and not 'ubitl'. It is not at all uncommon for people to use the lower-case ‘l’ instead of the ...

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How to find a double integral

It is best to vectorize your function using element-wise operations, then create it as a function of the two variables, then use...

How to find a double integral

It is best to vectorize your function using element-wise operations, then create it as a function of the two variables, then use...

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Creating a piecewise sine function having different frequency components

Try this: Fs = 1000; t = linspace(0, 1, 1E+3)/Fs; % Time Vector (1 sec) f = 100:100:3...

Creating a piecewise sine function having different frequency components

Try this: Fs = 1000; t = linspace(0, 1, 1E+3)/Fs; % Time Vector (1 sec) f = 100:100:3...

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interp2 changes the value of pixels also

‘In my image the value of pixels are only 0, 1 , 2 , 3 but when I read the image I get after interp2 some values such as 2.67 ap...

interp2 changes the value of pixels also

‘In my image the value of pixels are only 0, 1 , 2 , 3 but when I read the image I get after interp2 some values such as 2.67 ap...

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solving nonlinear equation by fsolve

You need to return ‘SI_sol’ from ‘singhandyu’, so declare it as: function [SI_sol] =singhandyu(P,Q,P5,lambda,Ts,fc) Also, 0 i...

solving nonlinear equation by fsolve

You need to return ‘SI_sol’ from ‘singhandyu’, so declare it as: function [SI_sol] =singhandyu(P,Q,P5,lambda,Ts,fc) Also, 0 i...

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Substitute multiple values to array of expressions

The ‘x’ values are not ‘x1’, ‘x2’, ..., but ‘x(1)’, ‘x(2)’, ... Try this instead: q = subs(xs(1),{x(1),x(2),x(3),x(4)},{[0,...

Substitute multiple values to array of expressions

The ‘x’ values are not ‘x1’, ‘x2’, ..., but ‘x(1)’, ‘x(2)’, ... Try this instead: q = subs(xs(1),{x(1),x(2),x(3),x(4)},{[0,...

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Ode45 problem with equations

If your ‘f1’ function executes, then at least it is working. I get the impression that it is ‘stiff’, particularly because of...

Ode45 problem with equations

If your ‘f1’ function executes, then at least it is working. I get the impression that it is ‘stiff’, particularly because of...

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how to display final partial fraction

I am not certain what result you want. Use the poly (link) function to get polynomials from ‘R’, ‘P’ and ‘K’: nx=[1 -2 -5 6...

how to display final partial fraction

I am not certain what result you want. Use the poly (link) function to get polynomials from ‘R’, ‘P’ and ‘K’: nx=[1 -2 -5 6...

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I want to know how to plot the intersection of a 3D picture with a plane.

I am not certain what you want. Try these: x=-10:0.1:10; y=x; [x,y]=meshgrid(x,y); z=1-5*x.^2+3*y.^2+7*x.*y+4*x-9*y; ...

I want to know how to plot the intersection of a 3D picture with a plane.

I am not certain what you want. Try these: x=-10:0.1:10; y=x; [x,y]=meshgrid(x,y); z=1-5*x.^2+3*y.^2+7*x.*y+4*x-9*y; ...

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setting tolerance in lsqcurvefit

Bad fits with the nonlinear parameter estimation routines are most likely the result of either the model not correctly describin...

setting tolerance in lsqcurvefit

Bad fits with the nonlinear parameter estimation routines are most likely the result of either the model not correctly describin...

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Mean of Matrix Rows

The row means would be calculated as the mean of dimension 2. Try this: A = rand(5); Anew = A - mean(A,2); Check = mean(A...

Mean of Matrix Rows

The row means would be calculated as the mean of dimension 2. Try this: A = rand(5); Anew = A - mean(A,2); Check = mean(A...

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difference between commands of CTFT and DTFT

If I understand your Question correctly, the Symbolic Math Toolbox fourier function computes the analytic Fourier transform of a...

difference between commands of CTFT and DTFT

If I understand your Question correctly, the Symbolic Math Toolbox fourier function computes the analytic Fourier transform of a...

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How do I change the parameters and then evaluate the function again

First, you do not need the ’Pfunction’ function, since it simply returns ‘f’ as a function. Just use ’f’ directly. After tha...

How do I change the parameters and then evaluate the function again

First, you do not need the ’Pfunction’ function, since it simply returns ‘f’ as a function. Just use ’f’ directly. After tha...

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Patch Multiple Specified Colors

The simplest way is probably to define a colormap for the figure. Try this: X = [0 0; 0 0; 4 4]; Y = [0 4; 3 7; 0 4]; C =...

Patch Multiple Specified Colors

The simplest way is probably to define a colormap for the figure. Try this: X = [0 0; 0 0; 4 4]; Y = [0 4; 3 7; 0 4]; C =...

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multiplying cell array with a matrix

You may want to do element-wise (array) multiplication rather than matrix multiplication. Try this: @(x)x.*matrix Note the...

multiplying cell array with a matrix

You may want to do element-wise (array) multiplication rather than matrix multiplication. Try this: @(x)x.*matrix Note the...

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Matlab documentation in printed format

Downloading and printing the PDF Documentation (link) is likely the best you can hope for.

Matlab documentation in printed format

Downloading and printing the PDF Documentation (link) is likely the best you can hope for.

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plot3 error bars

The errorbar function is only defined for 2D plots. Here’s one approach to plotting errorbars with plot3: x = rand(10,1); ...

plot3 error bars

The errorbar function is only defined for 2D plots. Here’s one approach to plotting errorbars with plot3: x = rand(10,1); ...

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what is the solution of this error?

This assignment: t(1,:) = 20; creates a (1x1) value for ‘t’, so in this assignment: t(j+1) = 60*t(j,2)-59*t(j,1)+300; ‘t(j...

what is the solution of this error?

This assignment: t(1,:) = 20; creates a (1x1) value for ‘t’, so in this assignment: t(j+1) = 60*t(j,2)-59*t(j,1)+300; ‘t(j...

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How do I restore MATLAB to original settings?

If you have R2018a or later, you might be able to do that using the information in the documentation section on Access and Modif...

How do I restore MATLAB to original settings?

If you have R2018a or later, you might be able to do that using the information in the documentation section on Access and Modif...

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'Bandpass Butter filter' bode plot seems to not take into account the lower cutoff frequency

The bode function needs to know that you are plotting a discrete filter, because the filter coefficients are different than for ...

'Bandpass Butter filter' bode plot seems to not take into account the lower cutoff frequency

The bode function needs to know that you are plotting a discrete filter, because the filter coefficients are different than for ...

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VAN DER PAUW equation

Convert your equation to an anonymous funciton, then use the fzero function: vdp = @(R) exp(-pi*100./R)+exp(-pi*79./R)-1; R...

VAN DER PAUW equation

Convert your equation to an anonymous funciton, then use the fzero function: vdp = @(R) exp(-pi*100./R)+exp(-pi*79./R)-1; R...

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How can I make the range for the code below from 1 to 1000 to 0.1 to 5 ?!

First, you do not need the loop, since randi can produce everything you need in one call: Initial_POP = randi(1000, 50, 2); S...

How can I make the range for the code below from 1 to 1000 to 0.1 to 5 ?!

First, you do not need the loop, since randi can produce everything you need in one call: Initial_POP = randi(1000, 50, 2); S...

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Can anyone suggest how can I draw a tangent from a given point in line and get its intercept value on y axis?I

We do not have your data, however this illustrates the approach: x = linspace(-5, 5); % Create ...

Can anyone suggest how can I draw a tangent from a given point in line and get its intercept value on y axis?I

We do not have your data, however this illustrates the approach: x = linspace(-5, 5); % Create ...

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