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Just figured out B*A works...
Sorry for wasting everyone's time !
Answered 3 years ago
Hi, I can't wrap my head around finding the simplest solution for this problem.
I have two vectors
A=[1 2 3]
Asked 3 years ago
I have devised this function in order to make new figures appear where I want them to.
Asked 5 years ago
I hope this one is easy:
Imagine I already have figure 100 in a plot containing data, and I want to add more curves while makin...
Is there any way that I could access the MAIN MATLAB WINDOW (Matlab 7.9.0 (R2009b)) the same way I can access a figure ? With a ...
Even aftershutting down it didn't fix itself.
Now it's working again... I guess it's a problem that fixes itself regularly......
Answered 5 years ago
But that does not work with matrices...
Like I said in the top half of my post, if you use lsqcurvefit on each of the 3 curves independently, you would get:
I guess this will have to do...
Maybe I shouldn't have accepted it tho
Exactly the former.
I tried using gca, and then trying get on the value 170.0012 but get couldn't recognize the handle...
Normaly you could identify both parameters in a fit using lsqcurvefit (least square fit) and a function of the type:
you're using "c" as your input vector but then you're not filling it, you're redefining it
I designed a script to break out of a loop using the mouse cursor instead of ctrl+c
This worked well using get(0,'PointerLocati...
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