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Max Alger-Meyer


Last seen: environ un mois ago Active since 2022

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Why the title tab from the editor is missing?
In the second image, in the upper right hand corner there is a downward pointing arrow in a circle. Click on that, and a menu wi...

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call out matlab structure using for loop
You can absolutely use a loop! The trick is to use the 'fieldnames' function as shown below. SampleStruct.e1 = [129 152 1]; Sa...

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Code doesn't terminate in the way that I want
So I'm not totally sure what you're asking the code to do, but using 'return' is going to end your script or function. If you ju...

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How to create a boundary along the edges for 3d plot?
So this is actually a pretty complicated problem. Luckily for you, someone already wrote and posted the code for this exact situ...

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Add first row of matrix A to matrix B
I'm not totally sure what you're asking specifically, so here are answers to all of the different possibilities of things I thin...

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Reshape by rows instead of columns
If I understand you correctly, all you need to do is transpose the reshaped result: vector = 1:16 array1 = reshape(vector,4,4)...

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An easy way for adding on pervious row that expands
First part (note that this follows the algorithm you described but the fourth that you listed for the first part is wrong): x1 ...

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assigning points to clusters using index array
So here is what you asked for using the nnz function: %given quantities points = [1 5; 2 6; 4 8]; clusterIndex = [1; 2; 1]; ...

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How do you remove multiples of certain numbers from a row vector?
The easiest way to do this is with is just adding additional conditions to your first if statement, and deleting the second if s...

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How can I divide a given range of three values into equal subparts like abc=[initial_values, mid_value, last_value] and expand the range into a total of 9 or 12 values?
The simplest way of doing it would be to create a single vector of two combined, linearlly spaced vectors, and then deleting one...

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