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Felix Hebeler


Some big corporation

61 total contributions since 2007

Currently not in the business anymore, sorry.
So unfortunately, no Matlab license and no support.

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RMSE
calculates root mean square error from data vector or matrix and the corresponding estimates.

8 months ago | 114 downloads |

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Solar Radiation
Calculates the hourly solar radiation (direct+diffuse+reflected) for a DEM integrated over on year

8 months ago | 47 downloads |

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Moran's I
Calculates local Moran's I index of spatial correlation for raster.

8 months ago | 19 downloads |

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PREVAH data import/export scripts
IO scripts to im- and export data from the PREVAH hydrological model to Matlab.

8 years ago | 0 downloads |

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Re: Compiling/Porting Fortran Mexfile from R13 to R2008 64bit
Ok, so mwSize is 4: Applying the changes (param to int*4) reverts back to the error as before, where all parameters returned by...

8 years ago | 4958 views

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Re: Compiling/Porting Fortran Mexfile from R13 to R2008 64bit
Hm, I'm not quite sure if I understand this correctly. mxCreateNumericArray as used in the CreateXXX subroutines is called using...

8 years ago | 4958 views

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Re: Compiling/Porting Fortran Mexfile from R13 to R2008 64bit
Thanks, so that So in the latest code following below I use real*8 to declare param(14) and I get 0 as a result. If with the co...

8 years ago | 4958 views

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Re: Compiling/Porting Fortran Mexfile from R13 to R2008 64bit
Ok, so I've used mwPointer for all the suggested declarations of integer pointers in 'mexFunction' and the CreateXXX subroutines...

8 years ago | 4958 views

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Re: Compiling/Porting Fortran Mexfile from R13 to R2008 64bit
sorry, our license server is down, can't try, will get back tomorrow. thanks for the help & sorry for my confused posts.

8 years ago | 4958 views

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Re: Compiling/Porting Fortran Mexfile from R13 to R2008 64bit
Doh. All outputs from the RFRegression are empty now.

8 years ago | 4958 views

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Re: Compiling/Porting Fortran Mexfile from R13 to R2008 64bit
Ha, I'm getting there! Got the mex file to run without a complain, but the associated matlab file bailes out with an Error in =...

8 years ago | 4958 views

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Re: Compiling/Porting Fortran Mexfile from R13 to R2008 64bit
I wonder if it wouldnt make more sense to port the whole thing to Matlab or just run it on my notebook. I would love to understa...

8 years ago | 4958 views

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Re: Compiling/Porting Fortran Mexfile from R13 to R2008 64bit
Ok, this is definitely not a search & replace job, doh. I'm trying to understand the implications of your previous post for the ...

8 years ago | 4958 views

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Re: Compiling/Porting Fortran Mexfile from R13 to R2008 64bit
Default size is 4bit, wtf? Running the test.f file from above gives me mex test.f Why would this be the default on a 64bit syst...

8 years ago | 4958 views

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Re: Compiling/Porting Fortran Mexfile from R13 to R2008 64bit
So you're suggestion to change all integer declarations to integer*64? I'll try this (will be Monday, as the VPN server is down)...

8 years ago | 4958 views

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Re: Compiling/Porting Fortran Mexfile from R13 to R2008 64bit
It's a fair bit of code, but I assume that its sufficient if I only paste the mexFunction code of the Fortran source. Can't find...

8 years ago | 4958 views

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Compiling/Porting Fortran Mexfile from R13 to R2008 64bit
Hi all I've been trying for a while to get the RandomForest interface by Ting Wang for the R13 release (http://lib.stat.cmu.edu/...

8 years ago | 4958 views

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Re: Nested Double Integration WITHOUT dblquad
Just to wrap this up, i finally ended up not using either qquad or normcdf or anything, but used two simple for loops, which ac...

8 years ago | 5628 views

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Re: Nested Double Integration WITHOUT dblquad
Maybe you could give a little initial push on how to use normcdf with my problem?

8 years ago | 5628 views

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Re: Nested Double Integration WITHOUT dblquad
I totally agree with you. Learning a thing is always good. Sometimes it hurts though, but that goes with the learning. As with ...

8 years ago | 5628 views

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Re: Nested Double Integration WITHOUT dblquad
Hi John, and thanks for correction of my attempt. However, I am porting the code from Fortran, and the original code uses the R...

8 years ago | 5628 views

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Re: Nested Double Integration WITHOUT dblquad
The whole function, just in case: http://texify.com/$\begin{equation}D=\frac{1}{\sigma\sqrt{2\pi}}\int^{A}_{0}\int^{T_{a}'+2.5\...

8 years ago | 5628 views

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Re: How do we read this command
Uhm, in one of (several) previous threads you started you said you created the following GLCM: glcmPixel = blkproc(Chest, [9 9]...

8 years ago | 1933 views

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Re: How do we read this command
Looks like an anonymous function, check the help. You create a function handle called 'function' for an anonymous function creat...

8 years ago | 1933 views

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Nested Double Integration WITHOUT dblquad
Hi all, I have a problem where I need to find out for a certain temperature setting (base temperature plus annual variation), ho...

8 years ago | 5628 views

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Re: help transform from for loop to parfor loop
a bit of a sparse question? for z = 2 : (i_z- 1) end works, but I assume this is not want you want...

8 years ago | 635 views

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Re: assigning values to matrix using 3 vectors
Oh man, thanks everyone! Again! I knew I read about the function to use just the other day but couldn't remember. Once again, th...

8 years ago | 3261 views

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assigning values to matrix using 3 vectors
it's getting late, maybe I'm getting dumber, but I can't get this to work: I have two vectors X=[1 3 5] and Y=[2 4 4] that hold...

8 years ago | 3261 views

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Re: checking matrix columnwise without for loop
but it was close: n(c(any(X(:,c)==0)))=n(c(any(X(:,c)==0)))*f; is what I need! Thanks for the help, I was a bit thick on this o...

8 years ago | 2129 views

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Re: checking matrix columnwise without for loop
Bill August <hui.song@beds.ac.uk> wrote in message Hm, I think this wouldn't do the trick. c gives me a vector, in this case c...

8 years ago | 2129 views

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