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Matt Fetterman


100 total contributions since 2007

Matt Fetterman- researcher in image processing and optics. email me at mattinjersey@yahoo.com

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Mapping tiles
Hi, I have 4000 tiles of mapping data at high resolution. I'd like to have a function where I can zoom out and see it all, and t...

5 years ago | 1259 views

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Re: gui toolbar load image
Thanks guys for helpful comments. - Matt

5 years ago | 3271 views

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gui toolbar load image
Trying to make a GUI so that the user can select an image file from the directory, load the file. without the gui I would write:...

5 years ago | 3271 views

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graphical model
So I have a set of programs with subfunctions in Matlab that I am pretty happy with. But I would like a graphical view showing h...

6 years ago | 2006 views

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grab webpage
Can I grab images from a webpage using Matlab? Thanks Matt

6 years ago | 1382 views

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linkplots
links plots together

7 years ago | 1 downloads |

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Simulink: is it worth the effort?
I am pretty experienced in Matlab. I am modeling a system with some different inputs and outputs and I am wondering if it is wor...

7 years ago | 1066 views

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Clone Figure
make a copy of a figure to another figure

7 years ago | 10 downloads |

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curve into vector
I have a curve as a collection of many points. How could I make that curve into a vector, with few points connected by lines?

7 years ago | 1062 views

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Re: Doubt on usefulness of the FEX
Maybe every file could list "children" and "parents". So if you write a file that modifies another file, you could list that ori...

7 years ago | 13773 views

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Re: Doubt on usefulness of the FEX
One suggestion on FEX would be to have a threaded approach. For example if we make small but useful changes to a program, it cou...

7 years ago | 13773 views

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Re: How to get velocity through spectogram
Actually sorry. My last note is interesting but it does not answer your question that you asked. There is a linear mapping betwe...

7 years ago | 3867 views

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Re: How to get velocity through spectogram
Spectrogram gives you an image, with plots time on the x-axis and frequency on the y-axis. At each point on the x-axis (time), y...

7 years ago | 3867 views

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Re: Simulate the Doppler effect
You might check Wikipedia which has a pretty good description of the Doppler frequency as a function of velocity... Regards! Mat...

7 years ago | 3140 views

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Re: Projectile motion with drag and moving target
You can write the program as a function, function [T,R]=range(theta) Then you can vary theta and generate T and R as a functio...

7 years ago | 10579 views

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Re: surrounding boundary
That is great !!! Is it possible to color white the regions a little higher, that are almost entirely enclosed but not totally? ...

7 years ago | 3412 views

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Re: surrounding boundary
Hi, http://www.jazzydata.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/boat1.jpg What I would like to do is take regions that are entirely encl...

7 years ago | 3412 views

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Re: if function
If all are outliers then isempty(lastZero)==1, because there are no zeros to find. So the if statement would be: if isempty(las...

7 years ago | 1335 views

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surrounding boundary
I have a region A in a 2D image, for example a circle. My question is about the bwperim or bwboundaries. I would like to have a ...

7 years ago | 3412 views

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Re: SimpleProblem?
p1=mean(A(1:3,:),1) p2=mean(A(4:6,:),1) Regards! Matt

7 years ago | 819 views

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extend function
How to extend a function ? For example, I would like to write a function called Display_Sprint . It will extend sprintf . typica...

7 years ago | 2164 views

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Status_Display
simple program that produces a status message with the name of the calling program

7 years ago | 0 downloads |

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Edgy vs blobby
Ive got a set of shapes in 2D, I have already segmented them. The man-made shapes (like cars) have sharp well-defined edges, but...

7 years ago | 1105 views

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Re: PDIST
Hi Frank, No that is not quite what I meant. Look at your original loop: end This loop executes 28 times and produces a differ...

7 years ago | 3077 views

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Re: image processing- zoom in
On the top of the figure there is a row of tools including a magnifying glass with zoom and unzoom. Regards ! Matt

7 years ago | 21050 views

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Re: Struct problem in imaging
If you want to sum the frames, you can do it with a loop (although there may be a more elegant way) SumIm=0; for i=1:K, end;

7 years ago | 2795 views

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Re: Struct problem in imaging
Can you provide some code showing the variable and where the error occurs. Regards ! Matt

7 years ago | 2795 views

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Re: time to frequency
Sometimes this newsgroup is very funny ! Someone who asks a question but doesn't have the time to actually look for the answer? ...

7 years ago | 2658 views

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Re: PDIST
Hi Frank, The problem is with your loop. The loop cycles through different values of i and you will want to assign the output of...

7 years ago | 3077 views

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current script name
Is is possible for the code to know the name of the script that is currently running? For example lets say you are running the f...

7 years ago | 13527 views

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