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Plots combining into one

In line 32 of your code there is a (second) "hold on" which acts on the active axes. If you want to have two figures with one ax...

Plots combining into one

In line 32 of your code there is a (second) "hold on" which acts on the active axes. If you want to have two figures with one ax...

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Extracting Data from Tall Arrays using Logical Indexing

I think you mentioned everything that you need for this task. Try this as a starting point: clearvars, close all clc % some...

Extracting Data from Tall Arrays using Logical Indexing

I think you mentioned everything that you need for this task. Try this as a starting point: clearvars, close all clc % some...

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what does this line mean

ones(r, c) creates an array of ones with r rows and c columns. That said, ones(1, c) creates a line vector with c elements. Her...

what does this line mean

ones(r, c) creates an array of ones with r rows and c columns. That said, ones(1, c) creates a line vector with c elements. Her...

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I have a set of nonlinear equations (run by rk4 method). How can I compute the Jacobian for those?

Assume you have the set of nonlinear eqations and the vector of independent variables defined in Matlab, then you can use the j...

I have a set of nonlinear equations (run by rk4 method). How can I compute the Jacobian for those?

Assume you have the set of nonlinear eqations and the vector of independent variables defined in Matlab, then you can use the j...

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Write value to gauge in MATLAB design app

In the inspector, look for the label of the gauge. Originally it is labeled as "Gauge". You also see this on the code page insid...

Write value to gauge in MATLAB design app

In the inspector, look for the label of the gauge. Originally it is labeled as "Gauge". You also see this on the code page insid...

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Get every possible combination of an array

This could be a starting point: clearvars, close all clc arr = [-1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 1 -1]; num_arr_elements = numel(arr); ...

Get every possible combination of an array

This could be a starting point: clearvars, close all clc arr = [-1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 1 -1]; num_arr_elements = numel(arr); ...

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how process sequence of the images in a loop without overwriting

Have a look at your first for loop. Here you are generating a char called fileName which is overwritten in every loop count. fur...

how process sequence of the images in a loop without overwriting

Have a look at your first for loop. Here you are generating a char called fileName which is overwritten in every loop count. fur...

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Deleted on request by my prof. Sorry

I assume that In your code line 28 it should be t(j) and t(j-1) instead of t(n) and t(n-1) respectively. Then your code at least...

Deleted on request by my prof. Sorry

I assume that In your code line 28 it should be t(j) and t(j-1) instead of t(n) and t(n-1) respectively. Then your code at least...

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Data loading in MATLAB

Hi, have a look at uigetfile and uiopen which open a file selection dialog box. This should solve your issues. Regards, Benni...

Data loading in MATLAB

Hi, have a look at uigetfile and uiopen which open a file selection dialog box. This should solve your issues. Regards, Benni...

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How to plot data from different folders

You can get the file information (name, folder, date, ...) of files within subfolders using the dir command and wildcards. e.g. ...

How to plot data from different folders

You can get the file information (name, folder, date, ...) of files within subfolders using the dir command and wildcards. e.g. ...

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How to use a double index with a restriction under a for loop along with indicator function to calculate the occurrence of a given state

Sorry, i do not understand your condition and explanation for "if abs (x(i)- x(i-j))= j then S(x)=1". x is a vector. Do you want...

How to use a double index with a restriction under a for loop along with indicator function to calculate the occurrence of a given state

Sorry, i do not understand your condition and explanation for "if abs (x(i)- x(i-j))= j then S(x)=1". x is a vector. Do you want...

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Z must be a matrix, not a scalar or vector

You calculate Z (or Q2) using variables that you do not provide us. so it is not possible to give an adequate answer. Is Q2 a ma...

Z must be a matrix, not a scalar or vector

You calculate Z (or Q2) using variables that you do not provide us. so it is not possible to give an adequate answer. Is Q2 a ma...

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Moving average on window of latest inputs with Exponential Weighting method

One possibility is to use the discrete filter block with denominater = [1] and Numerator are the exponential weights. If you do ...

Moving average on window of latest inputs with Exponential Weighting method

One possibility is to use the discrete filter block with denominater = [1] and Numerator are the exponential weights. If you do ...

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how i can use nntool with a scipt

Use nnstart instead of nntool ("nntool is no longer recommended"). Within nnstart you can choose your tool (nftool, nprtool, ...

how i can use nntool with a scipt

Use nnstart instead of nntool ("nntool is no longer recommended"). Within nnstart you can choose your tool (nftool, nprtool, ...

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How can I define these on matlab?

When f is a function, then you can not "define" something like f(low) = ... because the stuff in brackets is passed to t...

How can I define these on matlab?

When f is a function, then you can not "define" something like f(low) = ... because the stuff in brackets is passed to t...

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Use of loops to print the contents of a cell array with varying number of rows

Use a struct array instead of cell array and then disp inside an arrayfun: clearvars close all clc system(1).Title ...

Use of loops to print the contents of a cell array with varying number of rows

Use a struct array instead of cell array and then disp inside an arrayfun: clearvars close all clc system(1).Title ...

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Deriving the time-domain response of an equation, from a tf

Try <https://de.mathworks.com/help/symbolic/ilaplace.html ilaplace>. Before that you have to convert the tf object to sym object...

Deriving the time-domain response of an equation, from a tf

Try <https://de.mathworks.com/help/symbolic/ilaplace.html ilaplace>. Before that you have to convert the tf object to sym object...

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I don't get the answer that i want?

What is the purpose of your code? You prompt for iii (3xi) and loop through iiii (4xi); Within the loops nothing changes, right?...

I don't get the answer that i want?

What is the purpose of your code? You prompt for iii (3xi) and loop through iiii (4xi); Within the loops nothing changes, right?...

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Is there a script function or variable to determine if running on desktop?

From the documentation: USED = desktop('-inuse') % returns whether or not the Desktop is currently in use. It does not sta...

Is there a script function or variable to determine if running on desktop?

From the documentation: USED = desktop('-inuse') % returns whether or not the Desktop is currently in use. It does not sta...

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Im ploting a graph where my x axis is in time format. How do I adjust the intervals of the x axis to be 15 minutes? Start at 00:00:00 ending at 23:45:00

You can get the char array containing your requested date values by charArray = datestr(0:minutes(15):hours(23.75),'HH:MM:ss...

Im ploting a graph where my x axis is in time format. How do I adjust the intervals of the x axis to be 15 minutes? Start at 00:00:00 ending at 23:45:00

You can get the char array containing your requested date values by charArray = datestr(0:minutes(15):hours(23.75),'HH:MM:ss...

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How to make a softer plot using a moving average every ''x'' skips?

If you have signal processing toolbox than you can use moving average filter or more advanced filtering techniques as described ...

How to make a softer plot using a moving average every ''x'' skips?

If you have signal processing toolbox than you can use moving average filter or more advanced filtering techniques as described ...

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How to concatenate variables from the workspace with a constant part in their name?

You can use the cell returned by the who command and pass it to the "eval" function to get the values of the variables. You coul...

How to concatenate variables from the workspace with a constant part in their name?

You can use the cell returned by the who command and pass it to the "eval" function to get the values of the variables. You coul...

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saving all figures as jpeg file on harddrive

Collect all the figure handles in a figure handle array, e.g. f(ii) = figure; and then work with arrayfun on the saveas command...

saving all figures as jpeg file on harddrive

Collect all the figure handles in a figure handle array, e.g. f(ii) = figure; and then work with arrayfun on the saveas command...

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I want to find particular values of t at which y becomes 2 (by writing some commands in code itself). Can I extract such values of t as a vector?

You could rewrite your function so that your wanted data points are maxima and search them with findpeaks. [~,locs] = findp...

I want to find particular values of t at which y becomes 2 (by writing some commands in code itself). Can I extract such values of t as a vector?

You could rewrite your function so that your wanted data points are maxima and search them with findpeaks. [~,locs] = findp...

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How can I display the email address of the account that is logged in Outlook?

Maybe you can use the SmtpAddress Property of the account object? clearvars, close all, clc acx = actxserver('outloo...

How can I display the email address of the account that is logged in Outlook?

Maybe you can use the SmtpAddress Property of the account object? clearvars, close all, clc acx = actxserver('outloo...

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How to remove whitespace around subplots keeping margines for writing x/y labels and ticks?

For such tasks, i prefer using the OuterPosition property of axes. I.e.: clearvars close all clc f = figure; ...

How to remove whitespace around subplots keeping margines for writing x/y labels and ticks?

For such tasks, i prefer using the OuterPosition property of axes. I.e.: clearvars close all clc f = figure; ...

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I needed help with this GUI. So essentially in isolation, How do i get the static text to show this 'ans' variable in the worksapce?

You can use "evalin" to evaluate an expression in the base workspace. <https://de.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/evalin.html>

I needed help with this GUI. So essentially in isolation, How do i get the static text to show this 'ans' variable in the worksapce?

You can use "evalin" to evaluate an expression in the base workspace. <https://de.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/evalin.html>

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Solving heat transfer equation using finite difference method

You start with i=1 and one of your indices is T(i-1), so this is addressing the 0-element of T. In Matlab we start with index 1....

Solving heat transfer equation using finite difference method

You start with i=1 and one of your indices is T(i-1), so this is addressing the 0-element of T. In Matlab we start with index 1....

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vector of X values contains duplicate values

The heatmap functions first two arguments are in this context the labels for the x-axis and y-axis. These have to be unique and ...

vector of X values contains duplicate values

The heatmap functions first two arguments are in this context the labels for the x-axis and y-axis. These have to be unique and ...

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How can I move a point parallel to a created plane?

Assuming your points are called p1, p2 and p3: One simple approach would be to define a coordinate system (non-orthonormal) with...

How can I move a point parallel to a created plane?

Assuming your points are called p1, p2 and p3: One simple approach would be to define a coordinate system (non-orthonormal) with...

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