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Giuliano Langella

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CNR - University of Naples Federico II
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Soil Science, Rainfall, spatio-temporal signals, neural networks, geostatistics

 

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27 Sep 2012 Screenshot ImportAsciiRaster Import Arc/Info AsciiRaster Author: Giuliano Langella import, raster, ascii, arc, info, earth sciences 22 0
10 May 2010 Inverse Distance Weighted (IDW) or Simple Moving Average (SMA) INTERPOLATION This function computes at (Xi,Yi) unknown locations the IDW (w<0) or the SMA (w=0) predictions. Author: Giuliano Langella spatial analysis, hydrology, interpolation, inverse distance weig..., simple moving average, gis 43 0
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02 Feb 2010 Save ascii raster Save a MatLab array in a typical ArcInfo ascii raster, with header at top. Author: Giuliano Langella ascii raster export s..., arc, info, gis, ascii, raster 28 3
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29 Jan 2010 ASCII-RASTER header To R spatial reference matrix Conversion of a header variable into the spatial reference matrix used in Mapping Toolbox. Author: Giuliano Langella conversion header asc... 8 0
12 May 2009 Screenshot progress bar This function print on your command window a handmade progress bar. Author: Giuliano Langella progress, bar, loop, for, end, time 4 4
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26 Apr 2010 Save ascii raster Save a MatLab array in a typical ArcInfo ascii raster, with header at top. Author: Giuliano Langella

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10 Mar 2014 Save ascii raster Save a MatLab array in a typical ArcInfo ascii raster, with header at top. Author: Giuliano Langella Lukas

Fine submission, however output files didn't work in Wasp Engineering software because different line ends. To fix I transcribed '\n' to char([13,10]) in the code.

12 Dec 2013 progress bar This function print on your command window a handmade progress bar. Author: Giuliano Langella tasdemir, kasim

Hi,

I use 'dispstat' function just for this purpose. It can update the previous output which is a missing function of default 'disp'. Very simple to use. It can be downloaded from here:

http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/44673

***Sample usage:
dispstat('','init'); % One time only initialization
dispstat(sprintf('Begining the process...'),'keepthis','timestamp');
for i = 97:100
dispstat(sprintf('Progress %d%%',i),'timestamp');
%doing some heavy stuff here
end
dispstat('Finished.','keepprev');

***Output:
11:25:37 Begining the process...
11:25:37 Progress 100%
Finished.

All the best

12 Dec 2013 progress bar This function print on your command window a handmade progress bar. Author: Giuliano Langella tasdemir, kasim

Hi,

I use 'dispstat' function just for this purpose. It can update the previous output which is a missing function of default 'disp'. Very simple to use. It can be downloaded from here: http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/44673-overwritable-message-outputs-to-commandline-window

***Sample usage:
dispstat('','init'); % One time only initialization
dispstat(sprintf('Begining the process...'),'keepthis','timestamp');
for i = 97:100
dispstat(sprintf('Progress %d%%',i),'timestamp');
%doing some heavy stuff here
end
dispstat('Finished.','keepprev');

***Output:
11:25:37 Begining the process...
11:25:37 Progress 100%
Finished.

All the best

18 Jul 2011 Inverse Distance Weighted (IDW) or Simple Moving Average (SMA) INTERPOLATION This function computes at (Xi,Yi) unknown locations the IDW (w<0) or the SMA (w=0) predictions. Author: Giuliano Langella liu

26 Apr 2010 Save ascii raster Save a MatLab array in a typical ArcInfo ascii raster, with header at top. Author: Giuliano Langella Langella, Giuliano

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