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nlinfit gives no result

In your function funexp2conv410, your line t_in = find(t==P); runs the risk of being empty, thereby causing output f ...

nlinfit gives no result

In your function funexp2conv410, your line t_in = find(t==P); runs the risk of being empty, thereby causing output f ...

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how to include n = 1:25; power = 1:4:100; cg = 1:6:150; in single expression using for loop

Since all your vectors are the same length, you probably want to be using the binary operators in your equation, which includes ...

how to include n = 1:25; power = 1:4:100; cg = 1:6:150; in single expression using for loop

Since all your vectors are the same length, you probably want to be using the binary operators in your equation, which includes ...

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rand(Nuser,Ncarrier)= (b.*log(1+(rand(power).*rand(cg))/noise));

Your equation: rand(Nuser,Ncarrier)= (b.*log(1+(rand(power).*rand(cg))/noise)); Some observations: * _rand_ is a M...

rand(Nuser,Ncarrier)= (b.*log(1+(rand(power).*rand(cg))/noise));

Your equation: rand(Nuser,Ncarrier)= (b.*log(1+(rand(power).*rand(cg))/noise)); Some observations: * _rand_ is a M...

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For which value of the scalar "b" does the (yet unspecified) function, y = f(x,b), go perfectly through the measured values?

Almost the exact same question was asked here (and I already answered it there): <https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answer...

For which value of the scalar "b" does the (yet unspecified) function, y = f(x,b), go perfectly through the measured values?

Almost the exact same question was asked here (and I already answered it there): <https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answer...

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For which value of the scalar "b" does the (yet unspecified) function, y = f(x,b), go perfectly through the measured values?

Here is an example: f = @(x,b) x+b; % What you are asking is impossible without defining f. x = [0 1 5]; y_obs = [2 5 6]...

For which value of the scalar "b" does the (yet unspecified) function, y = f(x,b), go perfectly through the measured values?

Here is an example: f = @(x,b) x+b; % What you are asking is impossible without defining f. x = [0 1 5]; y_obs = [2 5 6]...

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Setting up vector function

In your for loop, you are using k(k1+1). if k1 is the last element of k, then k(k1+1) will be exceeding the dimension of k. If y...

Setting up vector function

In your for loop, you are using k(k1+1). if k1 is the last element of k, then k(k1+1) will be exceeding the dimension of k. If y...

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Understanding convolution, 'same' might give wrong result

Your convolution looks correct, at least for what you have done, and yes, it is partially because of the 'same' option. The othe...

Understanding convolution, 'same' might give wrong result

Your convolution looks correct, at least for what you have done, and yes, it is partially because of the 'same' option. The othe...

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How to assign 10 degrees (a unit to measure angle) to a variable ?

As James suggests, the following will work just fine: theta = 10; % degrees (Write a comment at the end if you want to remem...

How to assign 10 degrees (a unit to measure angle) to a variable ?

As James suggests, the following will work just fine: theta = 10; % degrees (Write a comment at the end if you want to remem...

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I need to have an error message for when the user inputs a letter into the a,b,c, or d inputs but im not sure how to do it, ive tried using isnan but could not figure out how to implement it into my code for it to work.

str2num will return empty if it cannot convert, so you would need to use isempty(). Alternatively, there is a second output from...

I need to have an error message for when the user inputs a letter into the a,b,c, or d inputs but im not sure how to do it, ive tried using isnan but could not figure out how to implement it into my code for it to work.

str2num will return empty if it cannot convert, so you would need to use isempty(). Alternatively, there is a second output from...

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Matlab not running? No errors

Be patient, it just takes a long time to display the plots. For me it took about 2 seconds for the contour functions to return a...

Matlab not running? No errors

Be patient, it just takes a long time to display the plots. For me it took about 2 seconds for the contour functions to return a...

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Is this psuedocode implementation correct? (TicTacToe)

Did you implement these functions yourself? They seem to be all mixed up. For example, plotTicTacToe is asking for inputs, getMo...

Is this psuedocode implementation correct? (TicTacToe)

Did you implement these functions yourself? They seem to be all mixed up. For example, plotTicTacToe is asking for inputs, getMo...

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How can I get Matlab to display a warning when one of the temperatures is greater than 2x the other?

It depends how you would like it to display. Check out the documentation for warning(), warndlg(), etc. If you want to display t...

How can I get Matlab to display a warning when one of the temperatures is greater than 2x the other?

It depends how you would like it to display. Check out the documentation for warning(), warndlg(), etc. If you want to display t...

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Can I use the if else statement to classify garment?

I am going to assume your classifications are strings. As such, you can use strcmp() or any of its related functions, as such: ...

Can I use the if else statement to classify garment?

I am going to assume your classifications are strings. As such, you can use strcmp() or any of its related functions, as such: ...

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How do I do numerical summations or integrations?

The strategy here would be to start at n=1 and keep summing over n until your result no longer changes with each new addition, n...

How do I do numerical summations or integrations?

The strategy here would be to start at n=1 and keep summing over n until your result no longer changes with each new addition, n...

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Obtaining all the indices of matached elements of one array in another

You will run into problems if there are different amounts of A which equal B. If you care to know both indicies, use something l...

Obtaining all the indices of matached elements of one array in another

You will run into problems if there are different amounts of A which equal B. If you care to know both indicies, use something l...

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Unable to see Graph

Instead of using a for loop, take advantage of matlab's ability to work with vectors (don't forget the element-wise period for T...

Unable to see Graph

Instead of using a for loop, take advantage of matlab's ability to work with vectors (don't forget the element-wise period for T...

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isa probability distribution?

By using >> whos I was able to determine that x's class is a "prob.ToolboxFittableParametricDistribution" object, such t...

isa probability distribution?

By using >> whos I was able to determine that x's class is a "prob.ToolboxFittableParametricDistribution" object, such t...

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How to tell Matlab to give real cube roots instead of complex ones?

This is almost certainly occurring because MATLAB is doing the math by first converting to log space so that it can just multipl...

How to tell Matlab to give real cube roots instead of complex ones?

This is almost certainly occurring because MATLAB is doing the math by first converting to log space so that it can just multipl...

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How to take x as a vector in for loop?

The variable x here is a for loop counter, which means it will iterate through the values given by dx:length:nx+1 and therefore ...

How to take x as a vector in for loop?

The variable x here is a for loop counter, which means it will iterate through the values given by dx:length:nx+1 and therefore ...

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Is it possible to change the current folder window's default view settings in R2015a?

I'm running MATLAB R2015a on Ubuntu 14.04 and I noticed that one of the new features in Matlab is to display not only the files/...

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How do I make a desktop launcher for MATLAB in Linux?

If you're using Ubuntu, see this page: <https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MATLAB>

How do I make a desktop launcher for MATLAB in Linux?

If you're using Ubuntu, see this page: <https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MATLAB>

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