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'subsindex' error when setting figure position. What is going on?

I am trying to resize a figure as shown H = figure; set(H,'Position',[200 200 800 200]) I get the error Function...

5 years ago | 1 answer | 1

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saveaspub(h, name, format)

Save Matlab plots and figures for publication as pdf or eps vector formats.

5 years ago | 1 download |

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Why is there a permission error when repeat writing to excel file?

I am writing results of multiple analyses to different sheets of the same excel file using "writetable" command. The first inst...

5 years ago | 6 answers | 5

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Text in a figure: Increasing Font Size

You can either include the option 'manual' in your *clabel* call and use your mouse to place the labels; or you can use the 'Lab...

Text in a figure: Increasing Font Size

You can either include the option 'manual' in your *clabel* call and use your mouse to place the labels; or you can use the 'Lab...

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Help with data extraction script

Try using the *readtable* function. This imports tabular data into matlab. Alternatively you can use the "Import Data" button...

Help with data extraction script

Try using the *readtable* function. This imports tabular data into matlab. Alternatively you can use the "Import Data" button...

5 years ago | 0

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How to design a bandpass filter

The easiest way is to use the Filter Design and Analysis Tool. Just type |fdatool| in matlab command window. This needs Signal P...

How to design a bandpass filter

The easiest way is to use the Filter Design and Analysis Tool. Just type |fdatool| in matlab command window. This needs Signal P...

5 years ago | 0

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Merging two tables based on time interval

You can use t = interp1(sample_time,tableB.Time,'nearest'); if abs(sample_time-t <= 40/(24*60)) <Update medicat...

Merging two tables based on time interval

You can use t = interp1(sample_time,tableB.Time,'nearest'); if abs(sample_time-t <= 40/(24*60)) <Update medicat...

5 years ago | 0

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Make the vector [1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10]

In MATLAB, you create a vector by enclosing the elements in square brackets like so: x = [1 2 3 4] Commas are optional, s...

5 years ago

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Times 2 - START HERE

Try out this test problem first. Given the variable x as your input, multiply it by two and put the result in y. Examples:...

5 years ago

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Publish Latex Equation

Output a latex formatted string as an image in while publishing

5 years ago | 1 download |

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how to calculate the probability under a pdf curve and divide it into different sections (areas)?

Assuming you have the curves as a matlab vector, you can use the *trapz* function to find area under it. See http://www.mathw...

how to calculate the probability under a pdf curve and divide it into different sections (areas)?

Assuming you have the curves as a matlab vector, you can use the *trapz* function to find area under it. See http://www.mathw...

5 years ago | 1

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weighted average w/ matlab

You can do something like - weight=normpdf(range,centerPoint,spread); wAvg = sum(Y(range).*weight)/sum(weight); In you...

weighted average w/ matlab

You can do something like - weight=normpdf(range,centerPoint,spread); wAvg = sum(Y(range).*weight)/sum(weight); In you...

6 years ago | 1

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Is there a way to convert function handles to nan equivalent function handles?

I am passing a cell array of function handles to my function. Typically a user might pass something like- {@sum,@median,@mea...

6 years ago | 1 answer | 0

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How to find t test of two independent samples in MatLab?

Use the function *ttest2* from matlab statistics toolbox. (http://www.mathworks.com/help/stats/ttest2.html)

How to find t test of two independent samples in MatLab?

Use the function *ttest2* from matlab statistics toolbox. (http://www.mathworks.com/help/stats/ttest2.html)

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Anyone know the error checking for special characters

You can use regular expressions. The code will go something like this - if any(regexp(str,'[^_a-zA-Z0-9]+')) <error c...

Anyone know the error checking for special characters

You can use regular expressions. The code will go something like this - if any(regexp(str,'[^_a-zA-Z0-9]+')) <error c...

6 years ago | 0

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Save PDF for Latex problems in resolution

I do the following operations before saving my figures for latex set(gcf,'Units','Inches'); pos = get(gcf,'Position'); s...

Save PDF for Latex problems in resolution

I do the following operations before saving my figures for latex set(gcf,'Units','Inches'); pos = get(gcf,'Position'); s...

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How to do a t-test with repeated measurements from 3 different devices?

You can do it in three steps. H1=ttest(X(1:30),12); H2=ttest(X(31,60),12); H3=ttest(X(61,100),12); If you wa...

How to do a t-test with repeated measurements from 3 different devices?

You can do it in three steps. H1=ttest(X(1:30),12); H2=ttest(X(31,60),12); H3=ttest(X(61,100),12); If you wa...

6 years ago | 0

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How to make the legend selective?

I have a bunch of algorithms I am testing for statistical significance. I wrote a script to generate and save plots which I can ...

6 years ago | 2 answers | 0

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Wrong color showed by "imagesc" function, what am I doing wrong?

Hi I have a 3x3 matrix of p-values and I want to display it using a colored grid. I am using the "imagesc" function with a "Copp...

6 years ago | 1 answer | 0

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Prediction based on previous historical data

You can use mtlabs Curve Fitting tool (cftool). If you don't have that search for any linear regression or linear interpolation ...

Prediction based on previous historical data

You can use mtlabs Curve Fitting tool (cftool). If you don't have that search for any linear regression or linear interpolation ...

6 years ago | 0

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Batch process text files

You can use - fileName = [input_directory filelabels(i).name]; That should solve the issue.

Batch process text files

You can use - fileName = [input_directory filelabels(i).name]; That should solve the issue.

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how to generate random points in a line

For each line (edge) of the polyhedron you can write it's equation as (y - y1) = (y1 - y2)(x - x1)/(x1 - x2) So in case...

how to generate random points in a line

For each line (edge) of the polyhedron you can write it's equation as (y - y1) = (y1 - y2)(x - x1)/(x1 - x2) So in case...

6 years ago | 0

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How to check if a figure is closed using the big red 'X' mark?

Hi! I am using a gui in my application. There are 'Ok' and 'Cancel' buttons there which upon clicking close the figure and do so...

6 years ago | 1 answer | 2

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Is there a tool/method to determine the versions of Matlab my code is compatible with.

Hi! I sometimes have to distribute Matlab code to my students. I work with a university site license, so I usually have the late...

7 years ago | 1 answer | 0

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creating a data array from a matrix

This is simple if you use matlab lower triangle functions. See the example code below please. A = magic(39) % Your Martix ...

creating a data array from a matrix

This is simple if you use matlab lower triangle functions. See the example code below please. A = magic(39) % Your Martix ...

7 years ago | 2

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Cell contents assignment to a non-cell array object.

Instead of x=input('Dame el valor x0 inicial'); x{1}=x; use temp=input('Dame el valor x0 inicial'); x{1}=temp;

Cell contents assignment to a non-cell array object.

Instead of x=input('Dame el valor x0 inicial'); x{1}=x; use temp=input('Dame el valor x0 inicial'); x{1}=temp;

7 years ago | 0

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Replacing the column of array elements with NaN.

This should do the trick - |index1 = A(:,1)<x(1,1) | A(:,1)>x(1,2);| |index2 = A(:,1)<x(2,1) | A(:,1)>x(2,2);| |A(index...

Replacing the column of array elements with NaN.

This should do the trick - |index1 = A(:,1)<x(1,1) | A(:,1)>x(1,2);| |index2 = A(:,1)<x(2,1) | A(:,1)>x(2,2);| |A(index...

7 years ago | 0

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where did tstool go?

This is from the documentation "tstool will be removed in a future release. To create a time series object, use timeseries...

where did tstool go?

This is from the documentation "tstool will be removed in a future release. To create a time series object, use timeseries...

7 years ago | 0

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Extend a vector by extending its elements

If your vector is X. reshape(repmat(X,d,1),1,[]) should do the trick. Example - >> X = [1 2 3 4]; >> d=4; ...

Extend a vector by extending its elements

If your vector is X. reshape(repmat(X,d,1),1,[]) should do the trick. Example - >> X = [1 2 3 4]; >> d=4; ...

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