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Also, from stackoverflow (I don't remember where, but if I find the post, I'll link it): [junk,index] = unique(a,'first'); ...

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Hello, I am trying to add a colorbar to a heat map. I can do this for the most part through the GUI, but I'd like to do this...

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I'm getting the following error when I try to run some function m-files: ??? Undefined function or method '[name of functio...

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I'm calculating the correlation coefficient between two vectors, using corr. It returns NaN, and I'm curious to know why that i...

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I used the cov function in R2009b and in R2010a and it returned different results. I am aware of the fact that there are multip...

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I am trying to create a heat map for some data that does not take on negative values. To make sure there was sufficient contras...

To get a HeatMap in a figure window, I can do hmo.plot; in Matlab2009b, but in 2010b, the same operation returns the e...

I'd like to specify the scale of the colormap used for a heat map. It seems that something like caxis would be appropriate bu...

You could try a parfor loop: <http://www.mathworks.com/help/toolbox/distcomp/brjvpu3-1.html#brjvpwa> and <http://www.mathworks...

Hello, I'm working with Matlab R2009a and the Bioinformatics Toolbox Version 3.3. I was trying to create a heatmap, but Matlab...

Instead of using an array, you could just use two variables for each of your current variables. At the end of one iteration, ...

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Is it possible to utilize parallel computing to evaluate fminunc? If so, does one go about it the same way as for fmincon, fgoa...

In regard to your second question, a = a(:,1:3) redefines a to be all rows of the current matrix, but only columns 1 throu...

Hello, First off, this is related to the question I previously posted: <http://www.mathworks.co.uk/matlabcentral/answers/11020-...

I'm sure there are other more important things, but if strcmpi(m2, 'y')==1 could be replaced by if strcmpi(m2, 'y'...

I'm not clear on your exact problem, but you can check out the function list to see if anything will work: <http://www.mathworks...

Sorry, it seems to be a question of precision. I subtracted the two matrices for comparison, but I missed the factor of 1.0e-15...

csvread might work in this case, if you're working from one worksheet, but only want a specific range of the data. <http://...