Community Profile # Matt J

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How to have a class that contains multiple functions that is used in other classes?
A static class method can be imported from a package like in this example, https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/import.htm...

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Adding zeros to a column vector to match a larger column vector
This gracefully handles the case when length(x)=length(y), and requires no consideration of whether x,y are row or column vector...

4 hours ago | 0

Is Conv2 based on direct convolution?
It is not FFT-based. To do FFT-based convolution (using the overlap-and-add method) you could use fftfilt.

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How to draw a generic cylinder with arbitrary orientation

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Loading files by replacing some part of the name with a variable
Pre-generate all of the filenames and loop over them. FileNames = compose("GNSS_Validierung_%.2d",(1:41)' )

11 hours ago | 0

Facing problem in solving simultaneous nonlinear equation with 3 unknowns
What @Dyuman Joshi says is true. However, your equations don't seem to make sense without upper and lower bounds on x. For examp...

13 hours ago | 0

Assigning row names iteratively
The row names of a table cannot be non-unique, so having the names of the 7 days of the week repeat 52 times would not generate ...

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Plotting a giant surface exceeding array limitations
First of all, you should consider downsampling from 40000 points to perhaps 400. Having very dense data beyond a certain point w...

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Partial Fourier transform of large sparse 3D array
There is at most 1 nonzero pixel in each x-y plane (first 2 dimensions) ... I'm thinking of doing 1D Fourier transform on each d...

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Partial Fourier transform of large sparse 3D array
You can do the partial Fourier transforms by computing a set of partial DFT matrices: dftPartial=@(N,k)sparse(exp(-(2j*pi/N)*(0...

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Adding more values to an array every loop
One possibility, y=nan(1,100); s=0; for k=1:numel(y) y(k)=2*k-1; s=s+y(k).^2; if s>40, y...

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My ellipse wont close after running the code .
Can't you just use the native spline() command? theta = linspace(0, 2 * pi, 8); t_x = 2*cos(theta); t_y = sin(theta); dt_x...

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Newton Raphson to solve a system of non-linear equations
From the surface plot, the equations don't appear to have any solution, or at least no where near the vicinity you are searching...

2 days ago | 0

Why is my gamultobj algorithm not working?
My guess would be that it is struggling to find feasible solutions to the nonlinear constraints (perhaps because they don't have...

3 days ago | 0

Solve large number of independent systems with fsolve, where some systems do not have a solution
I see no reason why fsolve would "give up" if you've set MaxIterations and MaxFunctionEvaluations to Inf, regardless of whether ...

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Display long strings that include newlines in a table
I don't think there's a way. But you could write to an Excel file (e.g., with writetable) where multiline cells are possible. >...

3 days ago | 0

Dot indexing is not supported for variables of this type.
Have you actually looked at the contents of device? Is it possible that MAI.GetDeviceByIndex(0) returns empty [] because someth...

3 days ago | 0

understand in which function the field is filled
If ReportAggreg is created literally with an assignment statement of the form someStruct.ReportAggreg = something it should be...

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Can I define the relationship between input and output using the raw experimental data in MATLAB. somthing like this .
Yes, you have a choice of lsqcurvefit, fit, and various others.

4 days ago | 0

How can I get X value by transforming the griddedInterpolant function?
Why not just, F=scatteredInterpolant(Y(:),Z(:),X(:));

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Is there any layer defined in matlab for sine activation function? Or else can we define the layer using functionLayer?
If it will not have any learnable parameters, you can use a functionLayer.

4 days ago | 0

How can I use the returned sort index from the sort() function on a multidimensional array?
The easier way would be to use the attached modification of sort() which will simply return the output indices as lienar indices...

4 days ago | 0

Loop around a toolbox
This runs: for N = 40:42 %<---shortened Daten=rand(N);%<-----added v = ; m = zeros(1,N); for n ...

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app class properties check
I imagine that you could define your own property validation function, https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/matlab_oop/propert...

4 days ago | 1

Using Linear indicies to create new image
stats=regionprops(BW,'PixelIdxList'); Z0=false(size(BW)); for i=1:numel(stats) Z=Z0; Z(stats(i).PixelIdxLi...

4 days ago | 0

How to extract all values along the third axis of a 3d-array using a logical 2d-array?
a = rand(10,10); a(5,5) = 10; b = a+rand(1,1,1000); br=reshape(b,[],size(b,3)); c = br(a == 10,:)

4 days ago | 2

How can I graph these two equations in matlab?
One way, f =@(y) (y-4).*(2*y-y.^2); fplot(f); xlabel y; ylabel f(y) and similarly with the other function.

5 days ago | 1

Common legend for each row of tiled layout
I could do nested tiled layouts, but that seems very cumbersome, especially when I have many more rows. Why? %% Make Layout Sk...

5 days ago | 1

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