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Bruno, thanks for all your help. This produces a much nicer surface than what I was obtaining. Now, I am going to study some of ...

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Sorry, I didn't state my problem clearly. You actually answered it with your first response. So there is no other possible way t...

Bruno, I have listed the scattered data below, if this helps you. Thanks. theta phi F(theta,...

First, thanks for the tips on properly formatting the code. That being said, I implemented your air code; however, I wasn't a...

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I have a function parameterized by theta = [0,pi] and phi = [0,2*pi) such that F = f(theta, phi). To get more specific, I ...

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I have a function parameterized by theta = [0,pi] and phi = [0,2*pi) such that F = f(theta, phi). To get more specific, I hav...

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Ok, I see what you did...but, after it spits out the value of Bfit, how do I reshape it back so that it becomes the rotated elip...

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To add clarity, my function f is a 50x50 matrix...to make it into a 3-d surface, I do the following: B(1,:,:) = (1 + f).*sin(th...

I keep obtaining an error, and I think I know why, but I'm not sure how to work around it. Your program works for matrices of t...

Is there a quick way to rotationally align two 3-D objects, and then obtain the data points back from them. example: If ellips...

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Jan, Thanks for your quick response. From your clear answer, I have learned a little bit more about vectorization, and how to a...

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I was wondering if anyone would have any suggestions in how I can speed up the matlab code given below. I know about pre-alloca...

If I'm given the diffusion coefficients (i.e. DWIs) with corresponding gradient directions, would it be possible for me to image...

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