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Find the orientation of the skeletonized image

You can write your own function: use imline to create a line draw a line aligned with horizontal/vertical one calculate the ...

Find the orientation of the skeletonized image

You can write your own function: use imline to create a line draw a line aligned with horizontal/vertical one calculate the ...

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How to calculate a curvature of 3D isosurface?

You can use surfnorm to extract normal vectors from surface Choose close enough vectors to calculate curvature Angle between ...

How to calculate a curvature of 3D isosurface?

You can use surfnorm to extract normal vectors from surface Choose close enough vectors to calculate curvature Angle between ...

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i did some changes in red,green,blue channel of the image .Now when is am using cat function it is giving me full white image.This is not the output i want

You have white image because of format. Try imshow(uint8(new_img)); your code can be shorter (no for loop needed) image=imrea...

i did some changes in red,green,blue channel of the image .Now when is am using cat function it is giving me full white image.This is not the output i want

You have white image because of format. Try imshow(uint8(new_img)); your code can be shorter (no for loop needed) image=imrea...

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How to locate the vortex eyes in a vector field without using the data cursor and find the circulation around the eye.

You want to find velocities inbetween [0,-30.46]. So just select appropriate indices: idx = -30.46 < vy & vy <= 0; vy1 = vy; ...

How to locate the vortex eyes in a vector field without using the data cursor and find the circulation around the eye.

You want to find velocities inbetween [0,-30.46]. So just select appropriate indices: idx = -30.46 < vy & vy <= 0; vy1 = vy; ...

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Solving system of eqution using vectors

You should create a system of equations. You need 4 points and 4 equations syms x0 y0 z0 r0 eq1 = (x0-x(1))^2 + (y0-y(1))^2 + ...

Solving system of eqution using vectors

You should create a system of equations. You need 4 points and 4 equations syms x0 y0 z0 r0 eq1 = (x0-x(1))^2 + (y0-y(1))^2 + ...

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Solve a large composite set of equations numerically

I think there is no exact solution for k. Try something like this: % 1 [X,Y,Z] = ndgrid( linspace(-1e5,1e5,20) ); f = fx*X + ...

Solve a large composite set of equations numerically

I think there is no exact solution for k. Try something like this: % 1 [X,Y,Z] = ndgrid( linspace(-1e5,1e5,20) ); f = fx*X + ...

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How can I join points with line

Try to reshape data a1 = reshape(a,[],2); b1 = reshape(b,[],2); plot(a1,b1) % plot(a1',b1') % another variant

How can I join points with line

Try to reshape data a1 = reshape(a,[],2); b1 = reshape(b,[],2); plot(a1,b1) % plot(a1',b1') % another variant

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solving odes that matrices should be update in every step.

I made some changes in your code. Pay attention to refreshing parameters: function sdot = ODEFUN(t,x) g1 = interp1...

solving odes that matrices should be update in every step.

I made some changes in your code. Pay attention to refreshing parameters: function sdot = ODEFUN(t,x) g1 = interp1...

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calculation the angle betwen X-axis created due coordinate system rotation - after projection the coordinate system on the plane

Here is an idea of how to project axis onto plane: Unit vector (normal) of a plane: Distance to plane: Axis projected onto pl...

calculation the angle betwen X-axis created due coordinate system rotation - after projection the coordinate system on the plane

Here is an idea of how to project axis onto plane: Unit vector (normal) of a plane: Distance to plane: Axis projected onto pl...

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how to generate a circel which filed with regular points?

Here is an idea: Increase radius: Number of points on radius:

how to generate a circel which filed with regular points?

Here is an idea: Increase radius: Number of points on radius:

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Error solving Boundary value Problem using bv4pc function

Try r = 1e-3 I think you forgot about dydr(1) and dydr(3) function dydr = odefun(r,y,phi,chi) dydr=zeros(4,1); % dydr(1) =...

Error solving Boundary value Problem using bv4pc function

Try r = 1e-3 I think you forgot about dydr(1) and dydr(3) function dydr = odefun(r,y,phi,chi) dydr=zeros(4,1); % dydr(1) =...

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Convert patch isosurface to surf

Use griddata and meshgrid

Convert patch isosurface to surf

Use griddata and meshgrid

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ODE15s running slowly for ODE with long expressions

Moreover, whenever I paused the computation to see what was happening, it always paused in files like 'sym', 'char', 'size', 'di...

ODE15s running slowly for ODE with long expressions

Moreover, whenever I paused the computation to see what was happening, it always paused in files like 'sym', 'char', 'size', 'di...

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How to change the position of arrow in quiver from head/tail to middle of the line?

Use scale scale = 0.5; quiver(...,scale)

How to change the position of arrow in quiver from head/tail to middle of the line?

Use scale scale = 0.5; quiver(...,scale)

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Graph of time against angle for multiple values of theta

You'll have only 2 curves: a=1; g=9.81*100; theta = linspace(1,7,20)*pi/16; hold on for h0 = [30 40] tau = ((h0.^(5/2))...

Graph of time against angle for multiple values of theta

You'll have only 2 curves: a=1; g=9.81*100; theta = linspace(1,7,20)*pi/16; hold on for h0 = [30 40] tau = ((h0.^(5/2))...

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how to solve this bvp4c?

I re-wrote the main equations (compare yours and mine) and tried b = 1 Check the attachment

how to solve this bvp4c?

I re-wrote the main equations (compare yours and mine) and tried b = 1 Check the attachment

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Calculate the distance between objects area using matlab.

Use this I1 = edge(I); [m,n] = size(I1); ldist = zeros(1,m); for i = 1:m ind = find(I1(i,:)); % find ind...

Calculate the distance between objects area using matlab.

Use this I1 = edge(I); [m,n] = size(I1); ldist = zeros(1,m); for i = 1:m ind = find(I1(i,:)); % find ind...

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how will i get a mesh in 2d region

I tried to simplify the task (plain rectangle instead of ellipse(cylinder)) Here is what i got clc,clear data = load('simpl...

how will i get a mesh in 2d region

I tried to simplify the task (plain rectangle instead of ellipse(cylinder)) Here is what i got clc,clear data = load('simpl...

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Find path between two points with X and Y coordinates

I reached a succes p = xlsread('coordinates'); x = p(:,1); y = p(:,2); plot(x,y,'.r') hold on for i = 1:length(x)-1 ...

Find path between two points with X and Y coordinates

I reached a succes p = xlsread('coordinates'); x = p(:,1); y = p(:,2); plot(x,y,'.r') hold on for i = 1:length(x)-1 ...

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How to find x range value and calculate average of corresponding peaks in a graph signal?

Try this; index = find(y>100); % find peaks ind = find( diff(x(index)) > 0.01 ); % find ...

How to find x range value and calculate average of corresponding peaks in a graph signal?

Try this; index = find(y>100); % find peaks ind = find( diff(x(index)) > 0.01 ); % find ...

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How to integrate discrete values over a surface

If your mesh if fine enough you can just multiply sides (area of rectangle) For better precision cross product can be used

How to integrate discrete values over a surface

If your mesh if fine enough you can just multiply sides (area of rectangle) For better precision cross product can be used

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when solving Gilmore equation using ode45 , the answer comes as zero and it plots a straight line in the time interval

Here is what i tried. Do you know the result should looks like?

when solving Gilmore equation using ode45 , the answer comes as zero and it plots a straight line in the time interval

Here is what i tried. Do you know the result should looks like?

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Creating a Random Vector with Several Conditions

You can just rotate circle and select points you want. I used Rodriguez formula

Creating a Random Vector with Several Conditions

You can just rotate circle and select points you want. I used Rodriguez formula

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Constraining a 3d plot

use interp3 to make finer mesh cut corners you want visualize using isosurface

Constraining a 3d plot

use interp3 to make finer mesh cut corners you want visualize using isosurface

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Erasing part of contourf diagram (L-shaped diagram using contourf)

try ind = x_points > 2 & y_points < 2; temp(ind) = nan;

Erasing part of contourf diagram (L-shaped diagram using contourf)

try ind = x_points > 2 & y_points < 2; temp(ind) = nan;

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I am new to matab. I tried to solve a non linear equation with newton raphson and modified newton raphson method but got different solution. could you please help me find the error? please note I tried to run the code in two separate files.

Plot each iteration to see what it going on fplot(f,[-5 5]) hold on for i = 1:maxiteration; % computations ... yy =...

I am new to matab. I tried to solve a non linear equation with newton raphson and modified newton raphson method but got different solution. could you please help me find the error? please note I tried to run the code in two separate files.

Plot each iteration to see what it going on fplot(f,[-5 5]) hold on for i = 1:maxiteration; % computations ... yy =...

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solve on vector equation

Try this (solution exists not for any s1 vector) function main nt = 1; ni = 2; s1 = [1 2 2]; s1 = s1/norm(s1); fun...

solve on vector equation

Try this (solution exists not for any s1 vector) function main nt = 1; ni = 2; s1 = [1 2 2]; s1 = s1/norm(s1); fun...

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How to detect these points in red circle from point cloud. The attached data.txt is the point cloud data. Many thanks.

Here is an idea: load data.txt x = data(:,1); y = data(:,2); z = data(:,3); plot3(x,y,z,'.r') axis equal datacursormode...

How to detect these points in red circle from point cloud. The attached data.txt is the point cloud data. Many thanks.

Here is an idea: load data.txt x = data(:,1); y = data(:,2); z = data(:,3); plot3(x,y,z,'.r') axis equal datacursormode...

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Determine cross sectional area from patch data

I think there is no built-in function for your purpose Try to search something like THIS

Determine cross sectional area from patch data

I think there is no built-in function for your purpose Try to search something like THIS

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