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if number is already recorded don't record
If I've not misread the situation, it's just a simple subtraction isn't it? newgrains at timestep10= total number of grains at...

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How to calculate Mean number and Standard Derivation?
You don't say what you need the mean or SD of. But in general, if you want the mean of a vector (a list of numbers), then you ...

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Making a RGB 3D array from multiple 2D colored slices
The problem you have is that when you have a greyscale image, each pixel has one intensity value. When you want RGB, you need a ...

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how to count the number of a specific value in a cell array and how to access the index of each value
Convert from a cell to a vector and it's easy. VtStatus = {1,1,0,1,0,1}; vec=[VtStatus{:}] % Convert to a vector inds=f...

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Error - Index exceeds the number of array elements (1)
On a simple level, that error occurs because you are trying to 'index' a variable that isn't big enough for the index position i...

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Enlarging a subplot via mouse click (multiple times)?
So having failed to get this working for a week or so, I seem to have made it work with the right combination of while switch br...

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Create point cloud map from LiDAR point cloud
It's saying that the fixed point cloud is not valid. This could be because this.Fixed is not a properly initiated Point Cloud ob...

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Enlarging a subplot via mouse click (multiple times)?
I have searched but haven't found an answer that fits my use case. I have a script that imports data from a 96-well plate reader...

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Detecting a Continuing Increase/Decrease, or Stabilizing Trend in Data
I know I'm late to this thread, but this is my solution to this problem. Perhaps not as elegant but easy to understand. I wante...

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