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Load .txt file into matrix form

That looks like a good candidate for readmatrix. mtx = readmatrix('X_deg_10.txt'); size(mtx)

Load .txt file into matrix form

That looks like a good candidate for readmatrix. mtx = readmatrix('X_deg_10.txt'); size(mtx)

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what's the index exceed error?

On the second pass through the for k = 1:20 loop, you are trying to access the second row of sig, but it only has one row.

what's the index exceed error?

On the second pass through the for k = 1:20 loop, you are trying to access the second row of sig, but it only has one row.

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How can I import this data with a for loop?

You were very close. x = [3 5 7 9 11 12 14 15 16 17]; for i = 1:numel(x) fn = sprintf('PendulumTestData/TD%d/IK/HR_1.mot'...

How can I import this data with a for loop?

You were very close. x = [3 5 7 9 11 12 14 15 16 17]; for i = 1:numel(x) fn = sprintf('PendulumTestData/TD%d/IK/HR_1.mot'...

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Adding zeros to a column vector to match a larger column vector

new_x= [x; zeros(length(y)-length(x), 1)]; % ^ ^ switch the arguments to zeros % use ...

Adding zeros to a column vector to match a larger column vector

new_x= [x; zeros(length(y)-length(x), 1)]; % ^ ^ switch the arguments to zeros % use ...

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Plots: aligning categorical y-axis labels

% create dummy data y = [1,2,3]; x = [5,10,20]; err = 0.5*ones(size(y)); % draw plot figure(1) yyaxis right errorbar(x,...

Plots: aligning categorical y-axis labels

% create dummy data y = [1,2,3]; x = [5,10,20]; err = 0.5*ones(size(y)); % draw plot figure(1) yyaxis right errorbar(x,...

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Resolution of plot code errors

Why are you trying to do this with symbolic variables? It works using simple numeric variables. x = linspace(-5, 5, 500); y =...

Resolution of plot code errors

Why are you trying to do this with symbolic variables? It works using simple numeric variables. x = linspace(-5, 5, 500); y =...

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Issue with delete(obj)

Here are some modifications that should get you closer to what you wan't. Note the comments I've added in the code to point out...

Issue with delete(obj)

Here are some modifications that should get you closer to what you wan't. Note the comments I've added in the code to point out...

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for loop does not iterate

Array indices in Matlab must be positive integers (or logical). You are trying to us xroots, a vector of complex numbers as the...

for loop does not iterate

Array indices in Matlab must be positive integers (or logical). You are trying to us xroots, a vector of complex numbers as the...

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How to save the result of each loop separately

Perhaps this (using a cell array)? y = [3 4]; for i = 1:length(y) x{i} = zeros(y(i), 2) end

How to save the result of each loop separately

Perhaps this (using a cell array)? y = [3 4]; for i = 1:length(y) x{i} = zeros(y(i), 2) end

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How would I plot this and then achieve minimum and maximum.

x = 0:0.1:15; % y=(x)^3/3-11(x)^2/2+24x << you were missing multiplication operators * % and the powers need to be .^ (element...

How would I plot this and then achieve minimum and maximum.

x = 0:0.1:15; % y=(x)^3/3-11(x)^2/2+24x << you were missing multiplication operators * % and the powers need to be .^ (element...

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Hexadecimal Data Convert to signed int32

The hex2dec function assumes unsigned integer unless you tell it otherwise. You can either typecast the unsigned result to sign...

Hexadecimal Data Convert to signed int32

The hex2dec function assumes unsigned integer unless you tell it otherwise. You can either typecast the unsigned result to sign...

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wildcard in filename for readtable does not work

You must call readtable with a valid filename for an existing file. It will not accept wildcards. You could use uigetfile to o...

wildcard in filename for readtable does not work

You must call readtable with a valid filename for an existing file. It will not accept wildcards. You could use uigetfile to o...

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Indexing with min and numel

vector1 = 1:5 vector2 = 2:7 N = max(numel(vector1), numel(vector2)) [n,I] = min([numel(vector1),numel(vector2)]) I'm not sur...

Indexing with min and numel

vector1 = 1:5 vector2 = 2:7 N = max(numel(vector1), numel(vector2)) [n,I] = min([numel(vector1),numel(vector2)]) I'm not sur...

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Code gets stuck loading when I try to run it.

In your SEGMENT 1 code you have this line where you are updating time (even though the comment says "Height Update"). I don't s...

Code gets stuck loading when I try to run it.

In your SEGMENT 1 code you have this line where you are updating time (even though the comment says "Height Update"). I don't s...

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how to plot signals on the same scale

For the green one, just subtract the first element of the capacity vector from the entire vector in your plot command. For exam...

how to plot signals on the same scale

For the green one, just subtract the first element of the capacity vector from the entire vector in your plot command. For exam...

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how to obtain the data from the middle of the binary file using fread in MATLAB?

The second argument to the fread function is the size of the data to read, not an index, as you appear to be trying to use it. ...

how to obtain the data from the middle of the binary file using fread in MATLAB?

The second argument to the fread function is the size of the data to read, not an index, as you appear to be trying to use it. ...

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how to import file?

You were pretty close. Here is one approach, converting your third columns to arrays instead of extracting them as tables with ...

how to import file?

You were pretty close. Here is one approach, converting your third columns to arrays instead of extracting them as tables with ...

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While loop in function

Perhaps you meant to test the absolute value of epsilon_a? %known veriables syms x f(x) = exp(-x) - x; eqn = f(x) == 0; mat...

While loop in function

Perhaps you meant to test the absolute value of epsilon_a? %known veriables syms x f(x) = exp(-x) - x; eqn = f(x) == 0; mat...

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Determine the relational operator in an expression

If you can rely on x always being on the left in your "test" expressions, you can test for y being on the left in the result ret...

Determine the relational operator in an expression

If you can rely on x always being on the left in your "test" expressions, you can test for y being on the left in the result ret...

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I want to plot parameters and time , with influence three others paramaters , but i dont know how to plot

Note that, in Matlab, functions must be defined at the end of a script. Your code seems to run just fine after reordering it. ...

I want to plot parameters and time , with influence three others paramaters , but i dont know how to plot

Note that, in Matlab, functions must be defined at the end of a script. Your code seems to run just fine after reordering it. ...

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Piecewise function graph help

Use logical indexing: L = 200; d = 10; s = 30; r1_max = 22.36; r2_max = 120.4; r = 0:200; F = zeros(size(r)); idx ...

Piecewise function graph help

Use logical indexing: L = 200; d = 10; s = 30; r1_max = 22.36; r2_max = 120.4; r = 0:200; F = zeros(size(r)); idx ...

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how to zero pad a vector to have the same amount of data as a vector with more data?

Try this: %%% goal: to have the length of 'in' equal the length of 'verb' %%% define inputs [in, fs] = audioread('smash_...

how to zero pad a vector to have the same amount of data as a vector with more data?

Try this: %%% goal: to have the length of 'in' equal the length of 'verb' %%% define inputs [in, fs] = audioread('smash_...

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printing the name of the data containing a certain value in the workspace

a=10; b=20; c=30; d=40; reference=20; names = ["a", "b", "c", "d"]; [max_delta, idx] = max([a b c d] - reference); fp...

printing the name of the data containing a certain value in the workspace

a=10; b=20; c=30; d=40; reference=20; names = ["a", "b", "c", "d"]; [max_delta, idx] = max([a b c d] - reference); fp...

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XTicks change in tiled figure if no breakpoint is set before for loop, even if xticks are used

I can't explain why your approach didn't work, but this seems to work. figure tiledlayout(3, 3); percent = 0:100; ticks = 0:...

XTicks change in tiled figure if no breakpoint is set before for loop, even if xticks are used

I can't explain why your approach didn't work, but this seems to work. figure tiledlayout(3, 3); percent = 0:100; ticks = 0:...

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How do i find x from given y that is closest to my peak or at x=0?

Have you tried interp1?

How do i find x from given y that is closest to my peak or at x=0?

Have you tried interp1?

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Convert z to e^(-sT) in transfer function

If you have the Control System Toolbox you can use the d2c function to convert from the z domain to the s domain. Note that thi...

Convert z to e^(-sT) in transfer function

If you have the Control System Toolbox you can use the d2c function to convert from the z domain to the s domain. Note that thi...

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How to extrapolate the first 5 points

load points.mat plot(points(:,1), points(:,2), '.-'); grid on figure plot(points(:,1), points(:,2), '.-'); grid on xlim([1...

How to extrapolate the first 5 points

load points.mat plot(points(:,1), points(:,2), '.-'); grid on figure plot(points(:,1), points(:,2), '.-'); grid on xlim([1...

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Wrong symbolic solution for trigonometry

It looks like your second solve construct only returns one of the solutions. Someone who knows the symbolic toolbox better than...

Wrong symbolic solution for trigonometry

It looks like your second solve construct only returns one of the solutions. Someone who knows the symbolic toolbox better than...

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Recognize edges in mosaic-like background - draw horizontal lines and save line coordinates

Big caveat: I'm not even close to an image processing expert so there is probably a smarter way to do this. I noticed that the...

Recognize edges in mosaic-like background - draw horizontal lines and save line coordinates

Big caveat: I'm not even close to an image processing expert so there is probably a smarter way to do this. I noticed that the...

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title with confusing words

sett = 'SISTEMI_DA_VALUTARE_SENZA_COMMISSIONI'; title(sett, 'Interpreter', 'none') If you read the documentation you will have...

title with confusing words

sett = 'SISTEMI_DA_VALUTARE_SENZA_COMMISSIONI'; title(sett, 'Interpreter', 'none') If you read the documentation you will have...

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