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Using Database Toolbox to connect to and query Cosmos DB
In case it helps someone else: I got extensive help from Mathworks on using the MATLAB Interface for Azure Cosmos DB and am now ...

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Using Database Toolbox to connect to and query Cosmos DB
I am new to Matlab's Database Toolbox and have limited experiences with databases in general. There is an Azure Cosmos DB that I...

16 jours ago | 1 answer | 0

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Piecewise differentiation, automatic identification of pieces
I have a time series defined by gradual changes interrupted by large jumps; the time series also contains random noise. It also ...

environ un mois ago | 2 answers | 0

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Error loading .net Assembly from a Matlab exectuable.
Matlab staff should answer this, there are a couple similar questions on Answers

environ 2 mois ago | 0

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Tab disappears in formatted string in multiline text command
I would like to label a plot with a multiline formatted string which includes some tabs, but the tabs disappear on the plot. How...

3 mois ago | 1 answer | 0

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Non-bold font in multiline title (LaTEX)
I would like to have a multi-line title in which the first title line is bold, which is the default, but subsequent title lines ...

6 mois ago | 1 answer | 0

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Why is R2020a slow to return errors?
Here is more info on fixing this problem, including the useful function RemoveDrivesFromHistory.

6 mois ago | 1

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Import datetime in custom date format which includes junk characters
I would like to import a csv file that contains a column of times in the following format, 2020-09-02T16:31:44.427Z I am usin...

7 mois ago | 1 answer | 0

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Why is R2020a slow to return errors?
When I switched to R2020a (Windows), I noticed that a simple error at the command line takes about 20 seconds to resolve, % Sim...

8 mois ago | 2 answers | 0

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Why is the automatic time labeling of my plot in quarters?
It turns out the time variable is a datenum, and when you are plotting them, you can choose the time labelling format using date...

8 mois ago | 0

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Why is the automatic time labeling of my plot in quarters?
I am plotting a timeseries object* and the automatic date labelling of the x-axis is, unfortunately, in financial quarters (Q1-2...

8 mois ago | 1 answer | 0

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Using controlchart with specified time vector
Here is what I have tried. The time labeling on the x-axis is not as nice as plots that use datetime; for my real data, it is la...

8 mois ago | 0

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Using controlchart with specified time vector
I have some measurements consisting of an irregularly-sampled datetime vector and measured values, and I would like to use the c...

8 mois ago | 1 answer | 0

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Fastest recursive search for files
From this answer, I learned that dir can search recursively for files in subdirectories, and it is about 3X faster than what I h...

9 mois ago | 0 answers | 0

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Checking if a nested field exists in a structure
I found a useful function isnestedfield.m in this answer provided by Thorsten, so I will close out this question.

11 mois ago | 0

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Checking if a nested field exists in a structure
I am building a structure whose fields and subfields are nested structures. I would like to cycle through a subfield, determine ...

12 mois ago | 2 answers | 0

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How to fit a common linear trend observed across multiple sensors?
Let's say I have 10 noisy sensors measuring temperature vs time, and I want to fit a linear trend which is common across all 10 ...

12 mois ago | 1 answer | 0

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How to retrieve a table entry using row name?
The function anova returns a 3x5 table and I would like retreive the value from the row named Model and column named pValue. How...

12 mois ago | 1 answer | 0

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Getting a command like gather to run silently
I am using the command gather many times in a loop, and it throws out the following updates each time, Evaluating tall expressi...

environ un an ago | 2 answers | 0

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Do I need anything more than a db file and the Database Toolbox to access a Sybase database?
I have been given two files MyDatabase.db and MyDatabase.log file by a coworker, who said they are a Sybase database. To access ...

environ un an ago | 1 answer | 0

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Divide a 3D shape into equal-volume subregions?
Based on the comments, my original question was too open ended, so I am answering this to bring it to a close. A simple 3D divis...

environ un an ago | 1

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Divide a 3D shape into equal-volume subregions?
I have a 3D shape that can be approximated with Delauny triangularization or a convex hull. I would like to divide the shape int...

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Are these the same: set(0, ... and set(groot, ...
Let's say I always want graphics to appear a certain way, so I put commands to set graphic preferences in my startup.m file. I h...

environ un an ago | 1 answer | 0

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What is the default transfer function for fitnet?
Greg, do you happe to know where in the documentation it says that tansig is the default? I can only find how to list all the ...

environ un an ago | 0

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Matlab equivalent for Octave command bitunpack
I have an Octave program that I would like to turn into Matlab code. The sticking point is the Octave bitunpack command, which r...

environ un an ago | 0 answers | 0

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Is there a function in MATLAB for detecting points inside a polyhedron?
You could use inpolyhedron from the FEX, discussed here.

environ un an ago | 0

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How to get handle to legend in a specific axes?
I would like to find the handle to one legend that appears in a specific subplot, while there are a lot of other plots with lege...

environ un an ago | 1 answer | 0

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How to migrate command history to new computer?
Here is what I figured out from this answer, in case it helps someone. At the Matlab command prompt on old computer #1, enter ...

environ un an ago | 1

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How to migrate command history to new computer?
I have been using Matlab 2019b on one computer, and need to install it on another. Is there any way I can migrate my command his...

environ un an ago | 1 answer | 1

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Setting different properties for some line objects stored in the same handle
Let's say I have a handle h1 that contains several line objects, like so: h1 = plot(1:10, rand(10, 25)); % h1 contains 10 line ...

plus d'un an ago | 2 answers | 1

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