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James Hickey


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Re: Help with stairs function
I've got around this now by rotating the axis from the stairs(depth,value) plot with: figure1=figure(1); axes1 = axes('Parent',...

5 years ago | 1331 views

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Help with stairs function
Hello all, I am after some help with the stairs function. I would like to plot depth on the y-axis (increasing downwards) aga...

5 years ago | 1331 views

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Re: Help with for loop
Cheers Martin. It works a treat!

5 years ago | 991 views

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Help with for loop
Hello, I have this set of code: subsampleuz1=[uz1(1) uz1(14) uz1(24) uz1(30) uz1(40) uz1(44)... interim1=(((subsampleuz1-subsa...

5 years ago | 991 views

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Re: Goodness of fit tests?
Bump*

5 years ago | 4359 views

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Re: Goodness of fit tests?
Thanks again Richard, but I don't think that is what I'm after. If I understand correctly, that is producing a fit to the Y dat...

5 years ago | 4359 views

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Re: Goodness of fit tests?
Thanks Richard. I've got plenty of code to compute the model but I'm actually using a finite element package to run my models - ...

5 years ago | 4359 views

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Re: Goodness of fit tests?
Yes, and that thread has hugely deviated from its original aim, so I started this one to try and get my quest for help back on t...

5 years ago | 1307 views

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Goodness of fit tests?
Hi, I have two sets of data, both distance versus uplift. One is the observed data from the field and the other is from a model...

5 years ago | 1307 views

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Re: Goodness of fit tests?
Thanks Richard. I'm modelling the uplift of a volcano which is why I don't want the fit to go negative. I have the observed upl...

5 years ago | 4359 views

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Goodness of fit tests?
Hi, I am new to any sort of statistics work but need to do a 'goodness of fit' test of my modelled data (Uz_1) to the observed ...

5 years ago | 4359 views

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Re: Help with plot within a loop
Cheers Paulo. I tried doing what you said but could not get it to work. Could you elaborate? Like where do I put the line "set(g...

6 years ago | 5014 views

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Re: Help with plot within a loop
It's not that I didn't like it, I just need to define the colors so all my plots (I have several) have consistent colors as oppo...

6 years ago | 5014 views

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Re: Help with plot within a loop
Thanks for that Tideman. One problem though, I have added the lines of code you said and also added 'y' for a yellow line but th...

6 years ago | 5014 views

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Re: Help with plot within a loop
Thanks for tidying up my code. Is there a way to separately define the colors for each line?

6 years ago | 5014 views

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Re: Help with plot within a loop
Thanks, that works but is there a way to define the colors so that I can keep all my plots consistent (as I have similar plots f...

6 years ago | 5014 views

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Re: Help with plot within a loop
Cheers. What would I then need to write after hold all?

6 years ago | 5014 views

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Re: Help with plot within a loop
I've got the legend sorted now, just need some help to different color lines. Thanks.

6 years ago | 5014 views

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Help with plot within a loop
Hi, I am new to Matlab and would like some help on how I would change the color of the lines with a plot created inside a loop....

6 years ago | 5014 views

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Re: Help with fft and red noise
That's perfect! Thanks!

6 years ago | 3926 views

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Re: Help with fft and red noise
Cheers Wayne. That's great. Is there any way to force the red noise between certain values though? For example, the data I wish...

6 years ago | 3926 views

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Help with fft and red noise
Hi, I am new to Matlab and would like some help on how I would create a red noise spectrum. I need it in order to compare it t...

6 years ago | 3926 views