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Say I have a vector of data x and a function f(x). Now say I want to evaluate f(x) only for x>2, so I do: ind=x>2; y=f(x(...

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Instead of comparing strings, which is slow and complicated, why not just compare the numbers? If you have an array of numbers ...

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Basic examples of using trapz and quad

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I have several functions and scripts that either: - output cell arrays of vectors OR matrices - operate on cell arrays of ve...

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I am finding that the delaunay() function causes long edges to be formed near to the boundries of my triangulation. These are...

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Thanks for the advice - that settles that matter. Since I can't have a single licence work for multiple accounts, I'll just sti...

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I have two main user accounts on my Windows 7 laptop: a standard user account and an administrator account. I try to avoid usin...

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Thanks for the suggestions. I'll have to work out how to do your suggestion for data that is unknown before the plotting, so I'...

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Is the syntax for this: set(gca,'XTickLabelMode','manual') Because it doesn't seem to have worked. The exponent is still th...

In any ordinary 2D x-y plot, MATLAB will automatically add "x10^n" exponent labels to the axis if the plotted data is large enou...

This is a pretty general request! The best method will depend heavily on what kind of sounds you are analysing, how fast you ne...

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It's usually a good idea to plot your functions to check they "look" right. If all else fails then you can at least estimate th...

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If you have trouble getting the .m files from my previous link, they are now on the File Exchange at the following address: htt...

Stephen is right, using the two-argument input into trapz means you don't have to specify the step length yourself. I had only ...

Further to my previous post I have made some .m files for both the quad and trapz methods, for the functions in your original po...

OK, I have some general observations, hopefully these will help you. (1) The functions you have in your trapz method and those...

OK, I took another look and noticed the following error. The function files are written like this, yes? function y1=funct1(t,a...

I politely suggest you read up about using functions - it's pretty fundamental to using MATLAB. Type "doc function" at the comm...

Yeah, I've just seen a mistake there - that sould be t=[0.1,0.2... etc.] since you always want to use 0 as your lower bound you ...

Your two functions are, written out in full: Since these functions are known and continuous, the best way to get an accurate v...

Having thought about this a little, I think my previous post asked somewhat of a silly question. Since the triangulation is jus...

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Thank you John for your wonderful comments and entertaining my ignorance for so long already. I shall definitely investigate wa...

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Thank you very much for you insightful comments. I had actually wondered about using a "(mean height) * (area)" type method as ...

Hmm, it seems my problem was because dblquad may at times evaluate the function passed to it with vector x and scalar y. This i...

As an example, say I have: z=cos(x)+cos(y) and I want to find the volume under the surface z for -1<x<1 , -1<y<1. With dblqua...

Say I have some smooth, single valued 2D function that goes like y=f(x) or some equivalent 3D function z=f(x,y), but I only know...

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Roger, I haven't read through all the discussion here so I might be jumping the gun a bit with this suggestion but hopefully it...

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Yes, that's it. Thanks, Doug.

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Responded 3 years ago

Quite right, apologies Nasser. Here is an example of the kind of cell array I'm working with. ID={'_string1'; '_string2'; '_st...

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