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"xlsfinfo" will get you a list of sheet names.
Answered 3 years ago
Im hoping some of you have a clever solution to this problem. Im looking for fast and efficient way to rank ...
Asked 4 years ago
You are fine using dataset arrays - I think they are ideal for the type of things you are doing (datasets with mixed numeric/tex...
5 years ago
You can do this by dynamically creating the character string that you send to xlswrite to specify xl range.
Something like th...
Answered 4 years ago
I agree 100% and have advocated for this since they were first released in 2007-2008(?)
The difference between dataset object...
Ok - I think I have an answer to my own question.
This seems to be doing the trick:
c1 = 2*rand(5,5);
c2 = 2*rand(5,5...
This might help. Different class, same Toolbox:
I'm experiencing the same issue with 2011A. The issue seems to arise when the timer callback functions are set to non-default va...
If you have access to the Statistics Toolbox take a look at the function "grpstats", or even better, the dataset array class met...
Ive noticed this in 2011a as well and think its a bug. I dont think you are doing anything wrong. Try this: - Start a fresh MA...
Im hoping some of you image processing gurus know how to do this with little effort.
I have 2 matrices with simi...
Try the dataset array method "export". Might save you some work.
My guess, and this may be a long shot, is that somewhere along the way you took the sqrt of -1.
This may not be the cleanest solution, but it should work well enough, or give you some ideas at least.
1) Draw your graph
You should be calling normfit on the raw data vector itself, not your pdf approx:
[mu , sigma, blah...] = normfit(Vx)
The problem is in your call to "quadl", you dont need the "@" sign. NC is a function handle, not a function, so you dont need th...
Similar to per isakson's suggestion, but with proper indexing on the "Hospital" column:
>> subset = your_ds_array( strcmp( ...
I use it every afternoon to update research reports based on new data that are referenced by my colleagues. I publish to html an...
You could use a structure and define fields indirectly using the current value of "A":
>> A = 'BC'
If you have the Statistics Toolbox,try:
ds = dataset('File','summary.csv','Delimiter',',');
The fact that you have mixe...
I highly doubt that MlGetVar/Matrix support dataset arrays which are in the Statistics Toolbox. It would be nice if they did, ev...
Let them browse for it with some sort of UI. You can use functions like "uigetfile" to get the file name and path.
It looks like it was added in 2012A. I dont think there is anywhere to download just one function, too many dependencies, best t...
Its been some years (and several releases) since I tried this, but I do recall being able to succesfully compile a GUI that incl...
What are you doing in your function "circle"?
If you are calling a function like "plot" over and over again, that is creating...
once you get used to "datetick", this may be helpful as well:
Be careful using if statements without matching elses inside parfor loops. Ive experienced some strange behaviour in both 2011a ...
One solution might be to pass all your input arguments as fields in one structure.
For example, define your input arguments l...
export_fig has helped me immensely. Also check out "imclipboard":
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