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Hi, I have a distribution of pixels (y) as a function of a parameter (x) where every y value (bin) is the total number of pi...

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Hi, I have the following loop that takes a 32-bit 4D data set data(m,n,i,j) and outputs i*j indexed m by n images. ...

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Hi, I have a 4D data set A(m,n,j,k). In a for loop the data is "squeezed" into a cell A_cell to make k 3D cell entries each...

Hi, I'm having an indexing problem. I have placed a for loop around an nlinfit statement to perform regression for a da...

Hi, I have 4 data sets that I want to plot in one graph, each data set occupying a single quadrant of a graph. It would ...

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Hi, I have a matrix with four columns and 40 rows. I want to plot these entries in a single plot with the first column ...

Hi, I have a series of k images of dimension m by n. The intensity of the each pixels in the image changes as a function...

Hi, I am trying to model two vector data sets f1(x) and f2(x) using two non-linear equations with common variables. ...

Hi, I'm using fminunc to find a simultaneous solution for two equations with 5 free parameters. How can I estimate the p...

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Hi, I've constructed a series of parametric distributions consisting of y values that are "counts" and x values that corr...

Hi, I've used the imtool to define a region of interest on a series of image files. I then use these image files to per...

Hi, I have a m x n series of x,y line plots. I want to arrange each image in a m x n matrix, then plot the matrix so that...

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