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I would use a loop and the unique function. http://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/unique.html I'm not sure you problem...

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I think you can change which numerical method you use, in order to choose one that finds your value faster. There's a few that a...

If I want a timestmap of the format string such that 'mm/dd/yy HH:MM:SS PM' is my format into matlab's numerical number, dat...

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It looks like you should use a while loop instead of trying to implement this manually.

Try these: clear all (clears all variables) close all (clears all figures) clc (clears the command window)

To transpose a variable in matlab, use x=transpose(y) or x=y'. The simplest way to do this with small data sets is likely def...

Is there any way to use less parenthesis? 32 sets seems like a large amount-maybe look into how MATLAB uses BEDMAS to simplify. ...

You can also do X()=12 where inside the brackets you have your dimensions of X current, plus one (ie defining a specific variabl...

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This works for the method I'm trying to use, but I also want to index where those zeros were in order to adjust the correspondin...

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I went back to this method since I have different dimensions (ie plotting a year's data with a leap year), but the histogram plo...

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Thank you!!! This should be put in the help section for 'hist' if possible as it was exactly what I needed.

If you look up cell notation, I think it works the same but you must use curly brackets {} instead of regular ones. Hope this he...

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I'm not sure how else you would do this but if you're having a hard time getting this to work, you might be able to click edit->...

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http://www.mathworks.com/help/techdoc/ref/sortrows.html Why would sort not do this? The intention is for it to sort by value, s...

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With your plot open, click edit->figure properties. Essentially a GUI comes up that can edit your plot. You need to save it as a...

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Have you tried title(plotTitle, FontSize, '16') directly, or changing it in the graph editor that matlab has? Maybe there's a pr...

Haha nope, I was looking at the sizes and they were identical which is why I was confused, but maybe I was forcing it to be the ...

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This was exactly what I was looking for!! Thank you!! And I'm taking this from a database that a student created many years ago...

output = Where the cells contain : output{1,2} Gives a list of strings which has one row and MANY columns. Does this help...

By 'embedded cell' I mean a cell of cells, or a cell that contains another (set of) cells. I'm not sure what you meant by the la...

This does not work, because my 'output' is an embedded cell. IE, it is a cell containing a vector and a vector of cells. Each ce...

I ended up solving the problem and just used loops instead. The answer to those who are interested is: for a=1:length(output) e...

Sorry, the original string should be: wanted_matrix(1:length(output),1:length(output{:,2}))=str2num(output{1:length(output),2}{...

I have a single cell consisting of a vector and an array. ouput{:,2} is what is giving me problems. This cell calls a cell arr...

Can you show a sample of the code that you are trying to use, and a sample of what you expect to get back? Try looking to see i...

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Thank you, I should be able to adjust this to suit my needs.

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Also, this will be happening in a loop so a versatile answer is appreciated...

I have a vector, say A=1:10, where I want to expand and insert a value into such that: A=[1 2 3 4 5 X 6 7 8 9 10] So X can be ...

I think you need to be more specific as to what you're asking for help with. What is the input 'Out'?

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Error using ==> horzcat CAT arguments dimensions are not consistent. Error in ==> Energy_Yield_Model at 210 ans = ans = I'...

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