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How to run matlab code in java / android

The toolbox "Matlab Coder" do might what you are looking for. This allows you to export code for a specific language. Be advised...

How to run matlab code in java / android

The toolbox "Matlab Coder" do might what you are looking for. This allows you to export code for a specific language. Be advised...

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find element in cell

An alternative to KSSVs solution would be this one liner b = a(cellfun(@(x) sum(x==3)>0, a));

find element in cell

An alternative to KSSVs solution would be this one liner b = a(cellfun(@(x) sum(x==3)>0, a));

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How to plot multiple Xaxis Label| Unit in Hour and Time of the day? Both XLabel at the bottom

You could do something like this: ax1 = gca; ax2 = axes('Position',ax1.Position,... 'XAxisLocation','top',... ...

How to plot multiple Xaxis Label| Unit in Hour and Time of the day? Both XLabel at the bottom

You could do something like this: ax1 = gca; ax2 = axes('Position',ax1.Position,... 'XAxisLocation','top',... ...

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Replacing each array element with a series of values

One possible solution would be: 0. having T = [1 4 7]; 1. create a temporary matrix T_temp that looks like (th...

Replacing each array element with a series of values

One possible solution would be: 0. having T = [1 4 7]; 1. create a temporary matrix T_temp that looks like (th...

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access the row and col of a matrix

2 Possibilities Easiest: row column A(2,3) Second possibility (by element count) A(8)

access the row and col of a matrix

2 Possibilities Easiest: row column A(2,3) Second possibility (by element count) A(8)

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Calculate derivative with 3 matrices

What would you do if you only had 1 Dimension? You would do (y2-y1)/(x2-x1) with x2 being the nearest x to x1. Do exactly the...

Calculate derivative with 3 matrices

What would you do if you only had 1 Dimension? You would do (y2-y1)/(x2-x1) with x2 being the nearest x to x1. Do exactly the...

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Plot different curves in cycle for

You where almost correct. Just 2 small corrections: 1) "hold on" You added this line at the end of the script - this wont hel...

Plot different curves in cycle for

You where almost correct. Just 2 small corrections: 1) "hold on" You added this line at the end of the script - this wont hel...

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Applying function only to certain files in directory

The simplest solution is, when you know a priori what your files are called. In that case use wildcards with * listing = dir...

Applying function only to certain files in directory

The simplest solution is, when you know a priori what your files are called. In that case use wildcards with * listing = dir...

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(MATLAB TRICK AND SHORTCUTS): I would like to rename all my variables within a script without do it manually one by one

There is a simple solution for this, although it is ugly. But it takes minimal time to adapt. *Old Function* function [o...

(MATLAB TRICK AND SHORTCUTS): I would like to rename all my variables within a script without do it manually one by one

There is a simple solution for this, although it is ugly. But it takes minimal time to adapt. *Old Function* function [o...

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Minimization problem (FMINCON): I am unable to minimize my function: "Not enough input errors" and others

I think the solution might be in the way you created your function fun. if you check the documentation for fmincon it states ...

Minimization problem (FMINCON): I am unable to minimize my function: "Not enough input errors" and others

I think the solution might be in the way you created your function fun. if you check the documentation for fmincon it states ...

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My 'From Workspace block' does the wrong value after 10 seconds

That is because your variables t only covers the range from 0.0 - 9.8s (checkout t(end)) So after 9.8s your "From Workspace" ...

My 'From Workspace block' does the wrong value after 10 seconds

That is because your variables t only covers the range from 0.0 - 9.8s (checkout t(end)) So after 9.8s your "From Workspace" ...

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How can i get required number of sample from simulink to workspace?

There are multiple possible solutions to your question (with different results), but all of them will fail the "without any dist...

How can i get required number of sample from simulink to workspace?

There are multiple possible solutions to your question (with different results), but all of them will fail the "without any dist...

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How to a GUI directly in Simulink Model?

Not sure what you want to do exactly (or why you want to do that). What version are you using? * If you use one of the new...

How to a GUI directly in Simulink Model?

Not sure what you want to do exactly (or why you want to do that). What version are you using? * If you use one of the new...

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How to edit specific lines of a large text file?

If you already know the line number that you need to edit, I suggest to use one of the following solutions on matlabcentral <ht...

How to edit specific lines of a large text file?

If you already know the line number that you need to edit, I suggest to use one of the following solutions on matlabcentral <ht...

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Why does my data have more than 2 dimensions?

There is multiple options to force your 3d data into a vector Option 1: use dot notation % gets you a column vector a...

Why does my data have more than 2 dimensions?

There is multiple options to force your 3d data into a vector Option 1: use dot notation % gets you a column vector a...

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Explanation for LSB data hiding

you might get an answer if you leave the decimal notation and go to binary. Here is a mini example dec2bin(248) = 11111000 ...

Explanation for LSB data hiding

you might get an answer if you leave the decimal notation and go to binary. Here is a mini example dec2bin(248) = 11111000 ...

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How do you group categorical variables in order to create a boxplot?

I'm not entirely sure what you want to do, but this little example, that I created might help you to get started % create s...

How do you group categorical variables in order to create a boxplot?

I'm not entirely sure what you want to do, but this little example, that I created might help you to get started % create s...

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Cannot make several plots in one graph with the command "hold on"

funny, all the 3 lines stay exactly on each other, that way you dont see the other two lines. So everything is working as it sho...

Cannot make several plots in one graph with the command "hold on"

funny, all the 3 lines stay exactly on each other, that way you dont see the other two lines. So everything is working as it sho...

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linear combination of curves to match a single curve

This can be done nicely in a least squares approach - especially with Matlab mldivide operator. I will give you an example ...

linear combination of curves to match a single curve

This can be done nicely in a least squares approach - especially with Matlab mldivide operator. I will give you an example ...

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Calling user functions recursively

First of all: Listen to John - he is right about this. Try not to use numbered functions and variables (you can read why this is...

Calling user functions recursively

First of all: Listen to John - he is right about this. Try not to use numbered functions and variables (you can read why this is...

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How to use "Variable Names" from "Import Data" UI in the legend of a plot?

Something like this? a = uiimport('test.csv'); plot(rand(10, 6)); legend(a.colheaders);

How to use "Variable Names" from "Import Data" UI in the legend of a plot?

Something like this? a = uiimport('test.csv'); plot(rand(10, 6)); legend(a.colheaders);

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How to use Matlab for latex output?

Here is an answer to a similar question on Matlab Central <https://de.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/161458-how-can-i-ch...

How to use Matlab for latex output?

Here is an answer to a similar question on Matlab Central <https://de.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/161458-how-can-i-ch...

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Is there a way to open *.mat file as a text file

In your *.mat file, there is only data available. So no luck there, BUT you can access your command history (if you have acce...

Is there a way to open *.mat file as a text file

In your *.mat file, there is only data available. So no luck there, BUT you can access your command history (if you have acce...

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Getting the error:Subscript indices must either be real positive integers or logicals.

The problem is, that you try to access the 4.275th (or smth) element of thetav. You can only access Elements 1 to infinity (inde...

Getting the error:Subscript indices must either be real positive integers or logicals.

The problem is, that you try to access the 4.275th (or smth) element of thetav. You can only access Elements 1 to infinity (inde...

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How to generate random data which follows a specific pattern ?

As KSSV said, the random function generates data very nicely. But this distribution might need to be adapted to your needs. T...

How to generate random data which follows a specific pattern ?

As KSSV said, the random function generates data very nicely. But this distribution might need to be adapted to your needs. T...

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Alert sound/mail for warning me if the program runs overtime.

Another option is to use the timer function. But it is kind of tricky and not as nice. clear all; close all; clc % Ini...

Alert sound/mail for warning me if the program runs overtime.

Another option is to use the timer function. But it is kind of tricky and not as nice. clear all; close all; clc % Ini...

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How to Split excel file using matlab

Hi, you should be able to build something like that, using the following commands. 1. reading your data your_data= ...

How to Split excel file using matlab

Hi, you should be able to build something like that, using the following commands. 1. reading your data your_data= ...

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is it possible to write a matlab code that commands outlook to constantly export information?

Hi, I might be able to provide half of the solution. I can show you how to get the active X working with Matlab and Outloo...

is it possible to write a matlab code that commands outlook to constantly export information?

Hi, I might be able to provide half of the solution. I can show you how to get the active X working with Matlab and Outloo...

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Convert base 2 to base 10 using loop

There are two errors in your code 1) Bracket at wrong position (causes your problem to stay at 128 all the time) mult(1,...

Convert base 2 to base 10 using loop

There are two errors in your code 1) Bracket at wrong position (causes your problem to stay at 128 all the time) mult(1,...

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How can i compare these two protein sequences?

I made a MWE and got a solution. When you see what was wrong you will say "oh man".... I used the following as an input. ...

How can i compare these two protein sequences?

I made a MWE and got a solution. When you see what was wrong you will say "oh man".... I used the following as an input. ...

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