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How to get the spectrum plot of a 5G NR signal generated by MATLAB?

@Susan, I downloaded and unzipped the large data file, waveform.mat, using the link you provided. I see that the signal is com...

How to get the spectrum plot of a 5G NR signal generated by MATLAB?

@Susan, I downloaded and unzipped the large data file, waveform.mat, using the link you provided. I see that the signal is com...

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What filtration should be used for a respiratory signal between 5 and 60 breaths per minute?

@Pawel Slazak, %% Load data a=importdata('RAW_signal.txt'); x=a.data(:,1); %x=channel 1 fs=25; ...

What filtration should be used for a respiratory signal between 5 and 60 breaths per minute?

@Pawel Slazak, %% Load data a=importdata('RAW_signal.txt'); x=a.data(:,1); %x=channel 1 fs=25; ...

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What filtration should be used for a respiratory signal between 5 and 60 breaths per minute?

@Pawel Slazak, pease attach the raw data. Please explain what your goal is, because this will determine what approach to take...

What filtration should be used for a respiratory signal between 5 and 60 breaths per minute?

@Pawel Slazak, pease attach the raw data. Please explain what your goal is, because this will determine what approach to take...

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Take X Y Z coordinates and calculate kinetic energy

@Daanish Qureshi, The solution you described sounds good. It is implicit in your proposed solution that the particles do not i...

Take X Y Z coordinates and calculate kinetic energy

@Daanish Qureshi, The solution you described sounds good. It is implicit in your proposed solution that the particles do not i...

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How to shift experimental data (not a function) in a loglog plot?

@Alfredo Scigliani, Multiply all y-values of the trace in quesiton by a constant. This will cause a parallel vertical shift on a...

How to shift experimental data (not a function) in a loglog plot?

@Alfredo Scigliani, Multiply all y-values of the trace in quesiton by a constant. This will cause a parallel vertical shift on a...

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What is the efficient way to loop though a multidimensional array in matlab?

@venu, Be sure to allocate all arrays and vectors before doing the looping. I don't think the order of looping will have a sig...

What is the efficient way to loop though a multidimensional array in matlab?

@venu, Be sure to allocate all arrays and vectors before doing the looping. I don't think the order of looping will have a sig...

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Scatter chart with colours from dark to light along the x-axis and blue to red along the y-axis

@T, b = [0 0 1]; % Blue r = [1 0 0]; % Red %x =[27.5 26.8 68 70.5 43.5 45.2 72]; %y = [7.2 3 7.9 1.7 4.23 1.057 0.89]; x ...

Scatter chart with colours from dark to light along the x-axis and blue to red along the y-axis

@T, b = [0 0 1]; % Blue r = [1 0 0]; % Red %x =[27.5 26.8 68 70.5 43.5 45.2 72]; %y = [7.2 3 7.9 1.7 4.23 1.057 0.89]; x ...

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How to detect stride cycle of EMG with GRF data?

@Mario, You said in your original post that the EMG data was sampled at 2 kHz. You said in your comment: "I understand the Hz ...

How to detect stride cycle of EMG with GRF data?

@Mario, You said in your original post that the EMG data was sampled at 2 kHz. You said in your comment: "I understand the Hz ...

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How to detect stride cycle of EMG with GRF data?

@Mario, [Edit: change sampling frequency from 5000 to 500] You already have the binary vectors for left contact, right contact...

How to detect stride cycle of EMG with GRF data?

@Mario, [Edit: change sampling frequency from 5000 to 500] You already have the binary vectors for left contact, right contact...

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How can I align multiple curves on one plot to a central point?

@OmartheEngineer, It would help if you would attach the actual data as a .mat file or a text file for easy import. Your choce ...

How can I align multiple curves on one plot to a central point?

@OmartheEngineer, It would help if you would attach the actual data as a .mat file or a text file for easy import. Your choce ...

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Plot mean frequency of EMG signals

@Prawee Pongsing, Alty & Georgakis (2011), whom you cite, use their eqn.7 to compute the mean frequency. You do not have to ...

Plot mean frequency of EMG signals

@Prawee Pongsing, Alty & Georgakis (2011), whom you cite, use their eqn.7 to compute the mean frequency. You do not have to ...

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Scale 2D coordinates with respect to the centroid

@Alberto Acri, Let's call the curves "curve a" and "curve b". You want to map Xa1=194.887 to Xb1=222, and Xa2=320.887 to Xb2=2...

Scale 2D coordinates with respect to the centroid

@Alberto Acri, Let's call the curves "curve a" and "curve b". You want to map Xa1=194.887 to Xb1=222, and Xa2=320.887 to Xb2=2...

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How to create a hysteresis loop

@Alethia, [I moved my code to the "Answer" section, which is where I should have posted it initially.] I relaize that you have...

How to create a hysteresis loop

@Alethia, [I moved my code to the "Answer" section, which is where I should have posted it initially.] I relaize that you have...

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1D heat conduction equation with FTCS method

@Mücahid, Since this is a homework problem, I will give some suggestions. The article here has a good description of the FTCS...

1D heat conduction equation with FTCS method

@Mücahid, Since this is a homework problem, I will give some suggestions. The article here has a good description of the FTCS...

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How to find the 5 minimum values in a multidimensional matrix and the indices to which these entries correspond.

@Charles Howman, A=rand(3,4) [r,c]=size(A); k=5; %number of values to find [minval,idx]=mink(reshape(A,[],1),k); minrow=mo...

How to find the 5 minimum values in a multidimensional matrix and the indices to which these entries correspond.

@Charles Howman, A=rand(3,4) [r,c]=size(A); k=5; %number of values to find [minval,idx]=mink(reshape(A,[],1),k); minrow=mo...

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How to solve gimbal lock logically?

@Kang Geonhui, My lecture notes on rotation matrices are attached. Lectures 2 and 3 include discussion of helical angles. The...

How to solve gimbal lock logically?

@Kang Geonhui, My lecture notes on rotation matrices are attached. Lectures 2 and 3 include discussion of helical angles. The...

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How to solve gimbal lock logically?

@Kang Geonhui, Yes, your plot illustrates what happens when you are near "gimbal lock". Interpolation is not a good idea. ...

How to solve gimbal lock logically?

@Kang Geonhui, Yes, your plot illustrates what happens when you are near "gimbal lock". Interpolation is not a good idea. ...

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Find Yaw and Pitch of center point of a line segment with respect to static frame

@VR, It is not possible to "calculate the position and orientation (roll, pitch, yaw) of the center point". A point does not h...

Find Yaw and Pitch of center point of a line segment with respect to static frame

@VR, It is not possible to "calculate the position and orientation (roll, pitch, yaw) of the center point". A point does not h...

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How to write a for loop to generate a new set of initial conditions based on a input value that changes over different time intervals.

@Ron_S, See attached code. I think you will be able to uunderstand what I have done by comparing the code to your version. It...

How to write a for loop to generate a new set of initial conditions based on a input value that changes over different time intervals.

@Ron_S, See attached code. I think you will be able to uunderstand what I have done by comparing the code to your version. It...

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Calculate spectrogram with logarithmic-spaced frequencies

@dormant, I agree that the bottom plot in your example, which should have the frequencies evenly spaced on a log scale, appears ...

Calculate spectrogram with logarithmic-spaced frequencies

@dormant, I agree that the bottom plot in your example, which should have the frequencies evenly spaced on a log scale, appears ...

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rotated plot gone wrong

@Sonia, Change [w,rh]=freqz(h,1,64); to [rh,w]=freqz(h,1,64); Good luck.

rotated plot gone wrong

@Sonia, Change [w,rh]=freqz(h,1,64); to [rh,w]=freqz(h,1,64); Good luck.

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A function related with speed light and time

@Lewis HC, It is nice to see that you have made an attempt before posting your question. @Walter Roberson is exactly right as ...

A function related with speed light and time

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Cross-correlation signal alignment

@Albert Zurita [edit: Add comment about circular correlation; correct typos.] You need to use a circular correlation, because ...

Cross-correlation signal alignment

@Albert Zurita [edit: Add comment about circular correlation; correct typos.] You need to use a circular correlation, because ...

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How to graph cdf?

@Estela, I agree with the comments of @John Morris. The probability that a random number generator for a continuous distributi...

How to graph cdf?

@Estela, I agree with the comments of @John Morris. The probability that a random number generator for a continuous distributi...

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How to find the QRS complex for this ECG signal?

@Susan, Perhaps the comments above constitute an answer to your question. ECGs=load('ECG'); ECG=ECGs.ECG; L = numel(ECG); t...

How to find the QRS complex for this ECG signal?

@Susan, Perhaps the comments above constitute an answer to your question. ECGs=load('ECG'); ECG=ECGs.ECG; L = numel(ECG); t...

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Interpolating Data in 2D Mesh or Surf Plot?

@Sees, [edit: I hit Submit belfore I was done] You say you want to interpolate z values at the points where z=0, and you want...

Interpolating Data in 2D Mesh or Surf Plot?

@Sees, [edit: I hit Submit belfore I was done] You say you want to interpolate z values at the points where z=0, and you want...

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How to use pwelch for PSD?

@Tran, See my recent reply to @vo, here, regarding the use of Welch's method for EEG analysis. You can get identical results ...

How to use pwelch for PSD?

@Tran, See my recent reply to @vo, here, regarding the use of Welch's method for EEG analysis. You can get identical results ...

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PSD with Alpha(8-13HZ)

@vo, [edit: replace 8 with flo and 12 with fhi in the code to compute vector fA.] The data file you gave is a structure. The ...

PSD with Alpha(8-13HZ)

@vo, [edit: replace 8 with flo and 12 with fhi in the code to compute vector fA.] The data file you gave is a structure. The ...

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Least Squares method code

@A, [edit: I adjusted the fprintf() lines to produce better output.] X = [0.8; 1.4; 2.7; 3.8; 4.8; 4.9]; Y = [0.69; 1.0; 2...

Least Squares method code

@A, [edit: I adjusted the fprintf() lines to produce better output.] X = [0.8; 1.4; 2.7; 3.8; 4.8; 4.9]; Y = [0.69; 1.0; 2...

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Get envelope of a cyclic curve

@Nikesh Maharjan, Use convhull() to find the smallest convex shape that wraps around the points. See code below. data=xlsread...

Get envelope of a cyclic curve

@Nikesh Maharjan, Use convhull() to find the smallest convex shape that wraps around the points. See code below. data=xlsread...

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