Research engineer - PhD in Biomechanics

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Professional Interests: Biomechanics, medical imaging, computer hardware and software development

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Hi, try this : A = [ 1 2 3 A(1,:)=[] Jérôme

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Hi, read this : http://www.mit.edu/~pwb/cssm/matlab-faq_4.html#evalcell Jérôme

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I agree... but only in that case ;-) Jérôme

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Hi, a='a'; b='b'; ab=[a b] Jérôme

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Hi, Read this : Jérôme

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Hi, try this : figure hold on col=hsv(10); for i=1:10 end Jérôme

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Hi, AFAIK, you can't Jérôme

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Hi, another solution : x=-5:5; xeven=mod(x,2); xodd=~xeven; res=[x;xodd;xeven] Jérôme

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Hi, matrix indexing starts at 1 in MATLAB (not 0). Try this : for r=0:20 end

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