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Ploting stack of matrices

If you have x being a 100 x 1 matrix, and y being as 100 x 4 x 4 matrix, then plot(x, reshape(y, size(y,1), [])) This would cr...

Ploting stack of matrices

If you have x being a 100 x 1 matrix, and y being as 100 x 4 x 4 matrix, then plot(x, reshape(y, size(y,1), [])) This would cr...

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ode45 error **help please**

ode45(@ex3_2ndorder, stuff You probably left out the @

ode45 error **help please**

ode45(@ex3_2ndorder, stuff You probably left out the @

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I don't have function "deeplabv3plusLayer" in Matlab 2019a

It was introduced in R2019b

I don't have function "deeplabv3plusLayer" in Matlab 2019a

It was introduced in R2019b

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Where does the getappdata() function save its data?

getappdata returns its output as regular output, same as a+b returns its output. You would want to store the output or use it in...

Where does the getappdata() function save its data?

getappdata returns its output as regular output, same as a+b returns its output. You would want to store the output or use it in...

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What function fits my data...?

There are an infinite number of functions that explain your data perfectly to within rounding error. It would be the infinity of...

What function fits my data...?

There are an infinite number of functions that explain your data perfectly to within rounding error. It would be the infinity of...

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Tilde character underneath a letter in Matlab charts

If you do not need latex then use 'a' followed by U+0330. Unicode can be used for interpreter none or tex

Tilde character underneath a letter in Matlab charts

If you do not need latex then use 'a' followed by U+0330. Unicode can be used for interpreter none or tex

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Create a function that is the sum of an arbitrary number of functions

@(t) sum(cellfun(@(H) H(t), Bi))

Create a function that is the sum of an arbitrary number of functions

@(t) sum(cellfun(@(H) H(t), Bi))

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different version of MATLAB same license server

Yes. Each license server can serve licenses for any older version. Also, each license for a particular version is also valid ...

different version of MATLAB same license server

Yes. Each license server can serve licenses for any older version. Also, each license for a particular version is also valid ...

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implement first kind bessel function

Not exactly. Although -J1 is the derivative of J0, that does not mean that J1 = -besselj(1,x), it means that J1 = besselj(1,x) a...

implement first kind bessel function

Not exactly. Although -J1 is the derivative of J0, that does not mean that J1 = -besselj(1,x), it means that J1 = besselj(1,x) a...

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What is the best syntax to use for dVph/dλ?

No, if you are working numerically use gradient() If you are working symbolically then diff(Vph(lambda), lambda)

What is the best syntax to use for dVph/dλ?

No, if you are working numerically use gradient() If you are working symbolically then diff(Vph(lambda), lambda)

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Exported formulas on excel sheets resulted in text which would not be evaluated automatically

That post does not say that the formulas will be executable once written by xlswrite. None of the table based operations such...

Exported formulas on excel sheets resulted in text which would not be evaluated automatically

That post does not say that the formulas will be executable once written by xlswrite. None of the table based operations such...

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Using broadcasting array variable values as indexes

In that code you cannot eliminate the broadcast variables. If the arrays are large then there could potentially be a fair ove...

Using broadcasting array variable values as indexes

In that code you cannot eliminate the broadcast variables. If the arrays are large then there could potentially be a fair ove...

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Simulink Fixed Point vs Fixed point toolbox

https://www.mathworks.com/help/simulink/fixed-point.html Simulation with fixed point requires the Fixed Point Designer Toolbo...

Simulink Fixed Point vs Fixed point toolbox

https://www.mathworks.com/help/simulink/fixed-point.html Simulation with fixed point requires the Fixed Point Designer Toolbo...

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How can I pass variables to eval without error suppression ?

sprintf('%g', a, b); This will not work for non-numeric variables.

How can I pass variables to eval without error suppression ?

sprintf('%g', a, b); This will not work for non-numeric variables.

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directed diffusion routing algorithm using matlab

Okay, go ahead. Let us know if you encounter any error messages you do not understand.

directed diffusion routing algorithm using matlab

Okay, go ahead. Let us know if you encounter any error messages you do not understand.

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How to replace complex numbers in a column vector with 0.000+0.000i ?

Supposing the values are stored in fft_A then fft_A(2:4) = 0; is enough. When you display fft_A afterwards you will see the c...

How to replace complex numbers in a column vector with 0.000+0.000i ?

Supposing the values are stored in fft_A then fft_A(2:4) = 0; is enough. When you display fft_A afterwards you will see the c...

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Why is the length of these two variables are different?

You do not truncate ACCN down to length c. ACCN had been 11 long because of the previous iterations; now only 10 are needed but ...

Why is the length of these two variables are different?

You do not truncate ACCN down to length c. ACCN had been 11 long because of the previous iterations; now only 10 are needed but ...

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How to maintain NaN after calculations in tables?

T.new(rows) = T.height(rows); nanrows = isnan(T.Age); T.new(nanrows) = nan;

How to maintain NaN after calculations in tables?

T.new(rows) = T.height(rows); nanrows = isnan(T.Age); T.new(nanrows) = nan;

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How to pad empty cells with the last number in the row?

FirstN = @(v,N) v(1:N); PadLastN = @(v,N) FirstN([v, repmat(v(end),1,N)],N); WS = cellfun( @(C) PadLastN(C, maxLengthCell), ...

How to pad empty cells with the last number in the row?

FirstN = @(v,N) v(1:N); PadLastN = @(v,N) FirstN([v, repmat(v(end),1,N)],N); WS = cellfun( @(C) PadLastN(C, maxLengthCell), ...

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Finding Complex root for the nonlinear equation with single variable

There is no fzero() command that can work. You have a vector of 3 equations that are inconsistent with each other. And if you we...

Finding Complex root for the nonlinear equation with single variable

There is no fzero() command that can work. You have a vector of 3 equations that are inconsistent with each other. And if you we...

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Adding Hexadecimal numbers?

If there is a possibility that the user might enter hex values with more than 53 significant bits then you should use sscanf wit...

Adding Hexadecimal numbers?

If there is a possibility that the user might enter hex values with more than 53 significant bits then you should use sscanf wit...

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how to sum all pixel within a specific distance from each pixel?

conv2 with a mask that is 1 for each pixel to be considered. The exact pattern will depend on which distance measurement you wan...

how to sum all pixel within a specific distance from each pixel?

conv2 with a mask that is 1 for each pixel to be considered. The exact pattern will depend on which distance measurement you wan...

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Can Matlab distinguish between meaningful and meaningless strings?

The field of study of rigorously distinguishing between "meaningful" sentences and those that are not, is called Logical Positiv...

Can Matlab distinguish between meaningful and meaningless strings?

The field of study of rigorously distinguishing between "meaningful" sentences and those that are not, is called Logical Positiv...

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Could anyone suggest me is there any way of choosing maximum and minimum values together

https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/bounds.html [A_min, A_max] = bounds(A)

Could anyone suggest me is there any way of choosing maximum and minimum values together

https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/bounds.html [A_min, A_max] = bounds(A)

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How can I insert a smaller ones matrix into a larger zeros matrix?

A(starting_row : ending_row, starting_column : ending_column) = constant_to_fill_with * ones(number_of_rows, number_of_columns);...

How can I insert a smaller ones matrix into a larger zeros matrix?

A(starting_row : ending_row, starting_column : ending_column) = constant_to_fill_with * ones(number_of_rows, number_of_columns);...

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How can I fix this code?

fprintf('%-15s%-12s\n', 'PRICE', 'QUANTITY'); fprintf('%-15.2f%-12f', pq1, pq2); This likely to be disconcerting to the users,...

How can I fix this code?

fprintf('%-15s%-12s\n', 'PRICE', 'QUANTITY'); fprintf('%-15.2f%-12f', pq1, pq2); This likely to be disconcerting to the users,...

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How can I save just the values of a structure in a .mat file?

I would like to be sure that I understand what you are asking. You have two structures that happen to have 5 fields each. You w...

How can I save just the values of a structure in a .mat file?

I would like to be sure that I understand what you are asking. You have two structures that happen to have 5 fields each. You w...

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How to turn NaN values in only numerical columns into -999?

fillmissing(T1,'constant',{-999,-999,-999,'NaN'}) Note that this will use the character vector 'NaN' (three characters) in plac...

How to turn NaN values in only numerical columns into -999?

fillmissing(T1,'constant',{-999,-999,-999,'NaN'}) Note that this will use the character vector 'NaN' (three characters) in plac...

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Finding Complex root for the nonlinear equation with single variable

Your function returns three outputs for each input y, and the three outputs each have two complex solutions. There is no single ...

Finding Complex root for the nonlinear equation with single variable

Your function returns three outputs for each input y, and the three outputs each have two complex solutions. There is no single ...

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