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How to disable automaticlly showing new plot

I think it will not bring it to the foreground if you set the figure visibility to 'off'. However, then you can't see it until y...

How to disable automaticlly showing new plot

I think it will not bring it to the foreground if you set the figure visibility to 'off'. However, then you can't see it until y...

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mean of matrix elements

myMatrix = rand(5760,1) for jj = 1:576 moving_avg(jj,1) = mean(myMatrix(jj*10-9:jj*10)); end Will make a matri...

mean of matrix elements

myMatrix = rand(5760,1) for jj = 1:576 moving_avg(jj,1) = mean(myMatrix(jj*10-9:jj*10)); end Will make a matri...

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I save a cellarry ,but the result looks like strange

Read the documentation... Haha "csvwrite does not accept cell arrays for the input matrix. To export cell arrays to a text ...

I save a cellarry ,but the result looks like strange

Read the documentation... Haha "csvwrite does not accept cell arrays for the input matrix. To export cell arrays to a text ...

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how to find mean with nan

Use *nanmean* If you dont have it, I wrote this For an array, x n_nans = 0; temp = x; for i = 1:length(x...

how to find mean with nan

Use *nanmean* If you dont have it, I wrote this For an array, x n_nans = 0; temp = x; for i = 1:length(x...

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problem getting correct indices of a matrix

Try this maybe? odif = find(o~=on); % element index: combos with O==O pdif = odif(find(p(odif)...

problem getting correct indices of a matrix

Try this maybe? odif = find(o~=on); % element index: combos with O==O pdif = odif(find(p(odif)...

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Inverse cosine of complex numbers

I know why! You were close, but you didn't quite replicate the definition in the documentation correctly. <</matlabcen...

Inverse cosine of complex numbers

I know why! You were close, but you didn't quite replicate the definition in the documentation correctly. <</matlabcen...

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Error using meshgrid function.

The reason is this. Lets say I make two 500x500 matrices using the following. A = ones(500,500); B = 4*ones(500,500)...

Error using meshgrid function.

The reason is this. Lets say I make two 500x500 matrices using the following. A = ones(500,500); B = 4*ones(500,500)...

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Undefined function 'yout' for input arguments of type 'double'

*yout* is not a default Matlab function and hasn't been saved as a variable yet either. You, or a peer/coworker must have writte...

Undefined function 'yout' for input arguments of type 'double'

*yout* is not a default Matlab function and hasn't been saved as a variable yet either. You, or a peer/coworker must have writte...

9 years ago | 0

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How do I removed warning dialog popups?

Use find and replace and you can't possibly miss any... :) Ctrl+F Find: warndlg Replace: %warndlg There are also plenty...

How do I removed warning dialog popups?

Use find and replace and you can't possibly miss any... :) Ctrl+F Find: warndlg Replace: %warndlg There are also plenty...

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I have trouble with cell arrays

Is this what you are looking for? a = {0 0 0 0}; b = {1 1 1 1}; c = {'1' '2' '3' '4'}; d = {'look,';'this';'has';'...

I have trouble with cell arrays

Is this what you are looking for? a = {0 0 0 0}; b = {1 1 1 1}; c = {'1' '2' '3' '4'}; d = {'look,';'this';'has';'...

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How can I "draw" a 2D figure if I know all of its points?

*The greyed out text is all you should have to type to make what you want.* First assign the data to an 'array', or also call...

How can I "draw" a 2D figure if I know all of its points?

*The greyed out text is all you should have to type to make what you want.* First assign the data to an 'array', or also call...

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title('string1_string2'): Stop automatic subscripts?

I have a code that goes through _many_ files and creates _many_ plots that I distribute to different users. The plots are automa...

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Change plotyy axis properties

Click the plot that you want to change first. gca selects the most recently 'active' one. Clicking one will make it the 'acti...

Change plotyy axis properties

Click the plot that you want to change first. gca selects the most recently 'active' one. Clicking one will make it the 'acti...

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Cell contents reference from a non-cell array object.

Don't use the curly brackets. That tells Matlab its a cell when its not. It is an array. Write like this dist= sqrt((X(i)-X...

Cell contents reference from a non-cell array object.

Don't use the curly brackets. That tells Matlab its a cell when its not. It is an array. Write like this dist= sqrt((X(i)-X...

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how to search values?

To list all variables in your workspace variables = who; With this, you can loop through every variable, and check if it...

how to search values?

To list all variables in your workspace variables = who; With this, you can loop through every variable, and check if it...

9 years ago | 1

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How to use symbolic variables and functions (Syms) in a Simulink Matlab Function?

Example equation: abs(x+1) + abs(5x-1) = 6 How to solve (Here, I look for real solutions specifically): syms x real; ...

How to use symbolic variables and functions (Syms) in a Simulink Matlab Function?

Example equation: abs(x+1) + abs(5x-1) = 6 How to solve (Here, I look for real solutions specifically): syms x real; ...

9 years ago | 0

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Area between baseline and data peak

The area under a curve is the definition of an integral. You will want to take the integral and subtract the baseline * baseline...

Area between baseline and data peak

The area under a curve is the definition of an integral. You will want to take the integral and subtract the baseline * baseline...

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How to plot figure for multiple values

When a figure is open, use hold on before plotting to keep putting more plots on the same figure

How to plot figure for multiple values

When a figure is open, use hold on before plotting to keep putting more plots on the same figure

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Attempt to reference field of non-structure array.

Accessing lp.lr is your problem. First make sure this is really what you meant to type. If it is, make sure lp.lr really exis...

Attempt to reference field of non-structure array.

Accessing lp.lr is your problem. First make sure this is really what you meant to type. If it is, make sure lp.lr really exis...

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How can I get the rest of the function to quit once a sound file is done playing out?

If you use the *audioplayer* function you can use the stop function to close the image. StopFcn - Function to execute o...

How can I get the rest of the function to quit once a sound file is done playing out?

If you use the *audioplayer* function you can use the stop function to close the image. StopFcn - Function to execute o...

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FIND requires variable sizing

Have you tried what this guy did for a similar situation? http://stackoverflow.com/questions/19369205/matlab-error-find-requi...

FIND requires variable sizing

Have you tried what this guy did for a similar situation? http://stackoverflow.com/questions/19369205/matlab-error-find-requi...

9 years ago | 0

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Creating a simple contour plot / Heat map

I have edited this question to try to make it more clear: As an example, I have the following arrays: a = 1 ...

9 years ago | 1 answer | 0

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How to calculate mean or variance in a string ?

You can convert to ascii equivalent, then find variance. jumble_text = 'alskdjbfalksjbdf' ascii_text = double(jumble_tex...

How to calculate mean or variance in a string ?

You can convert to ascii equivalent, then find variance. jumble_text = 'alskdjbfalksjbdf' ascii_text = double(jumble_tex...

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Problem related to legend

I looked at your code and know exactly why your legend is doing this. Early on in your code, you used this command four times...

Problem related to legend

I looked at your code and know exactly why your legend is doing this. Early on in your code, you used this command four times...

9 years ago | 0

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How to put vectors inside a matrix

You can make a 3d array where each slot from a 10x10 matrix has its own vector with the following syntax. matrix(1,1,:) = ...

How to put vectors inside a matrix

You can make a 3d array where each slot from a 10x10 matrix has its own vector with the following syntax. matrix(1,1,:) = ...

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Why is MATLAB continuously asking me to activate when launched?

In my experience that has happened when its not able to locate the license file. You may already have it though. If you are w...

Why is MATLAB continuously asking me to activate when launched?

In my experience that has happened when its not able to locate the license file. You may already have it though. If you are w...

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sprintf('%d',x) prints out exponential notation instead of decimal notation

Use f instead of d for floating point notation will stop the scientific I believe. sprintf('%f',1.05*100) sprintf('%f'...

sprintf('%d',x) prints out exponential notation instead of decimal notation

Use f instead of d for floating point notation will stop the scientific I believe. sprintf('%f',1.05*100) sprintf('%f'...

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How to interpolate arrays for smoothening?

To interpolate an array, you need the following X: An array of data, lets call it your independant data. Y: An array of da...

How to interpolate arrays for smoothening?

To interpolate an array, you need the following X: An array of data, lets call it your independant data. Y: An array of da...

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Could I use a dynamic character or string in a for loop to call a variable with different name?

Use *eval* , Its really easy! Reads a string as a variable. Here is an example. Using the base 'var', I increment the variabl...

Could I use a dynamic character or string in a for loop to call a variable with different name?

Use *eval* , Its really easy! Reads a string as a variable. Here is an example. Using the base 'var', I increment the variabl...

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What is changing in R2014b?

Release notes can be found here http://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/release-notes.html They are not yet available for 201...

What is changing in R2014b?

Release notes can be found here http://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/release-notes.html They are not yet available for 201...

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