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Re: using ls to create an array of strings
use DIR instead of LS: files = dir; %this creates a structured array files.name %names of the files that's it.

4 years ago | 18747 views

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Re: write to netcdf variable with an unlimited dimension
thanks a lot!! that did it :) so for anyone else with the same problem. this Matlab2010 code writes a matrix called 'field' int...

6 years ago | 5908 views

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Re: write to netcdf variable with an unlimited dimension
thanks a lot!! that did it :) so for anyone else with the same problem. this Matlab2010 code writes a matrix called 'field' int...

6 years ago | 5908 views

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write to netcdf variable with an unlimited dimension
dear all, i am having problems writing to a netcdf with an unlimited dimension - a few other users report as well. i'm using Ma...

6 years ago | 5908 views

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isblank.m
Determines if the argument string consists only of blanks.

6 years ago | 0 downloads |

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Re: How to call a shadowed function
hmm...good point. this might be a problem - although luckily in my specific case it wasn't. i'd say in this case i'd need to re...

6 years ago | 9382 views

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Re: How to call a shadowed function
i think i found a very easy way to call a shadowed function: suppose native matlab function ver.m is in directory /home/path1/...

6 years ago | 9382 views

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Re: time series prediction using narx neural network
hi all, i found a solution that works: http://www.mathworks.com/support/solutions/data/1-46HHO6.html bye.

8 years ago | 11317 views

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Re: neural network train error
for anyone else that comes across this - i've found a solution that works! it's on Matlab support page: http://www.mathworks.co...

8 years ago | 2586 views

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neural network train error
hi all, i'm trying to train the following neural narx network: narx_net = newnarxsp({[-1 1],[-1 1]},d1,d2,[10 10 1],{'tansig',...

8 years ago | 2586 views

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Re: (Simple problem) Interpolation 2D
did you try interp2 function? i think it should do the trick. good luck.

8 years ago | 1875 views

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Re: Problem with the solver bvp4c
this usually happens when you initial guess of your solution is not ok. try different functions for your initial guess. you migh...

8 years ago | 2903 views

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Re: Boundary Value problem
hi, dimensions of your fsbc and odefun do not match - and i think in your case they should since you don't calculate any extra...

8 years ago | 776 views

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Re: Solving a boundary value problem
maybe you should substitute a certain matrix multiplication with an element-wise multiplication: have you tried replacing "*" wi...

8 years ago | 1110 views

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time series prediction using narx neural network
hi all, i'm trying to write a narx neural network code for time-series prediction. i followed the Matlab Help closely and wrote ...

8 years ago | 11317 views

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Switch-Case weird behaviour
hi all, could someone please explain to me why MATLAB doesn't evaluate the last "case 1.2" in the code bellow?? thanks a lot! ...

8 years ago | 586 views

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Re: Matlab and Fortran Operator priorities
ups, sorry - i didn't read the whole thing carefully enough. ignore my last comment. it all makes sense now...

8 years ago | 2818 views

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Re: Matlab and Fortran Operator priorities
a quote from f90 manual: "The operators are evaluated in order of ascending precedence, that is, brackets first, then ** followe...

8 years ago | 2818 views

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Re: Matlab and Fortran Operator priorities
a quote from f90 manual: "The operators are evaluated in order of ascending precedence, that is, brackets first, then ** followe...

8 years ago | 2818 views

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Re: Questions in solving boundary value problems
whether bvp4c will find the solution or not, depends - in my experience - on three things a) your BVP system b) your initial gu...

8 years ago | 1155 views

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Matlab and Fortran Operator priorities
i've been comparing 4th order Runge-Kutta method i wrote in F90 and in Matlab R2006 and stumbled upon a bizzare thing: is it pos...

8 years ago | 2818 views