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Jan de Wilde


Last seen: 12 days ago

Thales Nederland B.V.

11 total contributions since 2013

Professional Interests: radar: signal processing, image processing

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bordertext( varargin )
Place text on borders of the figure, border of the subplots, on the inner-side or outer-side.

4 years ago | 2 downloads |

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Selector( str, choices, nochoice, timeout )
Alternative for menu, with time out and 2D-button placing

6 years ago | 1 download |

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ViewStruct.m
Display the full structure/contents of a 'struct'

6 years ago | 1 download |

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SaveEditorProfile.m
Save editor content and create a 'restore'-function

6 years ago | 1 download |

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GetVolumes
Get an overview of all mounted USB/SD devices

6 years ago | 2 downloads |

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GetEnvironment
Get all environment variables from Operating System

6 years ago | 2 downloads |

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GetBits.m
Extract bits form an uint* word

6 years ago | 1 download |

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How do I measure mean of every 10 data of a vector size 1x1500?
*Avoiding loops* , try: A = rand(1,1500); % your data M = mean( reshape( A, 10, 150 ) );

7 years ago | 2

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How to determine which axes are linked with linkaxes()?
I found the solution by myself ... but I want to share it on Matlab Central. See GetLinkedAxes (available in MatlabCentra...

8 years ago | 0

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GetLinkedAxes
Get all the axes-handles which are linked to the axis-handle.

8 years ago | 1 download |

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How to determine which axes are linked with linkaxes()?
In my main function I've created some subplots and linked them with linkaxes(). How can I determine in another function (or C...

8 years ago | 1 answer | 0

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