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Oznur Mete


The University of Manchester

17 total contributions since 2008

www.cern.ch/omete
Professional Interests: particle accelerators/physics/detectors

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How can I access the fitted distribution parameters from the HISTFIT function in Statistiics Toolbox ?
Hi, This might be useful for you. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10826894/matlab-histfit-get-pdf-from-data-ksdensity ...

2 years ago | 0

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ReadTextFiles
Reads multiple text files, stores the data in a "structure" called Data.

4 years ago | 11 downloads |

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The function, find_intersection
The function gets the x and y components of two data sets and finds the intersection point.

5 years ago | 3 downloads |

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Read Cursor Data
This function reads data points indicated by the current cursor position and records into an array.

6 years ago | 4 downloads |

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Re: Infinite symbol in mtlab for mac is incomplete in non-.fig images
Hi Lorenzo, Could you please try to export the .fig file into .eps file instead of .png This somehow worked with me even if it ...

6 years ago | 3633 views

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Re: fitting with the custom model without using CurveFittingToolbox
Thanks Steve! Yes, I have just realized that the error's gone when I changed my x-values, due to the reason you explained above...

7 years ago | 9806 views

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Re: cell indexing
I would do: Let's say the certain number is 'a'. And your array is A. Cheers, Oznur

7 years ago | 2441 views

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Re: fitting with the custom model without using CurveFittingToolbox
Typo: The code will be like this surely (with 'options'): Oznur

7 years ago | 9806 views

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fitting with the custom model without using CurveFittingToolbox
Dear All, I am trying to define a custom fit model and fit to the data. Here is the piece of my code: ========================...

7 years ago | 9806 views

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Re: set empty elements to zero??
Hi Michel, Thanks a lot!! Just to report... tgt = dlmread(['datafile.txt']); is doing exactly what I want! Bests, Oznu...

7 years ago | 8244 views

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Re: set empty elements to zero??
Hi Michel, I have a text file as the following example: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 5 6 7 3 7 2 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8...

7 years ago | 8244 views

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set empty elements to zero??
Dear All, I want to read several text files into a structure. Let's say there will be 'n' files with 'x' rows and 'y' columns. ...

7 years ago | 1874 views

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set empty elements to zero??
Dear All, I want to read several text files into a structure. Let's say there will be 'n' files with 'x' rows and 'y' columns. ...

7 years ago | 8244 views

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exract matlab fig as eps
Yellow all, I encounter the following problems about the figures extracted as eps: 1- Latex did not recognize them. 2- The size...

7 years ago | 1229 views

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Re: Loading data in a gui and using it in other callbacks
Hi again, to export data out of a GUI as .mat file, one can try: fid=fopen('datafilename.mat','wt'); fprintf(fid, '%d\n', your...

8 years ago | 1565 views

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Re: Loading data in a gui and using it in other callbacks
Hi Durmus, I had and still have the same problems. The way to share the data between callbacks is either define them as global -...

8 years ago | 1565 views

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Re: curve fitting error
THANKS!!!! I was about to throw my computer out of the window. never thought such a trivial solution.

8 years ago | 8711 views