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I would like to make multiple copies of a file each of which will have a different name.
source file: A.txt
Asked 3 years ago
I have been able to read the file (not using Uigetfile) but hardcoded in the fopen command. Once i read the file and when using ...
Answered 4 years ago
How can I pad the initial and end data points so that the first and last values are not dropped? Thanks for your input
4 years ago
Thank you both for the calculation method.
4 years ago
I have saved a set of images in a single .mat file and also generate a txt file contains the filenames of the images that have b...
Asked 2 years ago
I have the following for loop:
I have 10 files each of which has 2 columns. The column 1 is the same in each of the files (pixel#). Column 2 is the data for ea...
I have a dataset that has columns A and B separated by tab.
I need to do the following:
1. Read the txt file using Uigetfile.
Asked 4 years ago
I would like to read an image file that is in the buffer (after it has been grabbed). Currently I write the file and then read i...
I would like to save an image together with the histogram plotted on the image.
I would like to create a new dir, and imwrite to it.
here is what I have:
newdir=mkdir('c:\results', date) % this creates a ...
I have a set of data that I generate using repmat
x=5; y=[repmat(x, 1, 5)];fn=fopen('A.txt', 'w');fprintf(fn, '%g\t%g\t%g\t%g\...
I would like to know how to save an image into the buffer tagged with a parameter that I calculate.
Here is what I have as of...
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