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I am trying to create an orthogonal coordinate system based on two "almost" perpendicular vectors, which are deduced from medi...

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No the problem is I am logged in as another user and this user was a previous user of this computer. I don't have the admin priv...

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I use Matlab in a networked computer with previous users and when I open Matlab at the startup it gives me a list of warnings re...

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Suppose I have two different sets of data points in 3d, that each are in a different tilted plane (different theta,phi,r of norm...

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My input is x,y,z coordinates of some data points lying in a tilted plane. I am trying to find a way to compute the minimum ra...

I have the cartesian coordinates (x,y,z) of set of points that are distributed in a region of space that could be circumscribed ...

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Hey, I have been searching for a way to be able to define spherical coordinates of the points in a XYZ matrix, based on a l...

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I happen to have the same problem, and I wonder how this question was not clear to John. This problem is when you have the circl...

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I have two circles with centre coordinates c1(x1,y1,z1) and c2(x2,y2,z2) and their radii r1 and r2, respectively.Both of the cir...

Thanks Bill, but I do not get your method. You said "Cone is intersection of spheres a^2 (d^2+r^2)=x^2+y^2+z^2 and

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Hi Bruno, I have actually thought about something like what you described, but I don't know how to implement it in matlab. I th...

I have two 3d circles (centre coordiantes and radii) with their normals passing through origin. If you consider the origin to be...

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