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Speed up serial Communication with parallel computing

When you plot inside a parallel worker of any kind, the result cannot be sent to the user display.

Speed up serial Communication with parallel computing

When you plot inside a parallel worker of any kind, the result cannot be sent to the user display.

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Trying to arrange big data

don't use eval there. Use setfield. Split the name at _ into a cell array and do cell expansion to insert the field names http...

Trying to arrange big data

don't use eval there. Use setfield. Split the name at _ into a cell array and do cell expansion to insert the field names http...

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Undefined function 'combntns' for input arguments of type 'double'.

https://www.mathworks.com/help/map/ref/combntns.html the function is part of the Mapping Toolbox. Use nchoosek instead.

Undefined function 'combntns' for input arguments of type 'double'.

https://www.mathworks.com/help/map/ref/combntns.html the function is part of the Mapping Toolbox. Use nchoosek instead.

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Converting character matrix to number

str2double(cellstr(A)) or double(string(A))

Converting character matrix to number

str2double(cellstr(A)) or double(string(A))

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Error While Solving couple-Differential Equations

y(10);(-interpolated_Ug) -(C_s*(y(10)-y(8))/m_s)-(K_s*(y(9)-y(7))/m_s)]; You have the interpolation variable, *spa...

Error While Solving couple-Differential Equations

y(10);(-interpolated_Ug) -(C_s*(y(10)-y(8))/m_s)-(K_s*(y(9)-y(7))/m_s)]; You have the interpolation variable, *spa...

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How to get Subplot without losing data

subplot() checks the location information you provide, and figures out what part of the figure that implies. It then checks to s...

How to get Subplot without losing data

subplot() checks the location information you provide, and figures out what part of the figure that implies. It then checks to s...

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plot 21x61x22 double

volumeviewer https://www.mathworks.com/help/images/ref/volumeviewer-app.html

plot 21x61x22 double

volumeviewer https://www.mathworks.com/help/images/ref/volumeviewer-app.html

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Error using audioDatastore/read (line 25)

Wav files permit a number of different codecs (algorithms for encoding data). The software used to decode is sort of like a plug...

Error using audioDatastore/read (line 25)

Wav files permit a number of different codecs (algorithms for encoding data). The software used to decode is sort of like a plug...

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MATLAB "conv"command valid/legal for both causal and non causal signals?

Yes. Multiplication and addition do not care where you got the values, or whether it is physically meaningful to convolve the va...

MATLAB "conv"command valid/legal for both causal and non causal signals?

Yes. Multiplication and addition do not care where you got the values, or whether it is physically meaningful to convolve the va...

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Index exceeds the number of array elements (0) error. Help please

It is not advisable to use clc inside most functions. There is not typically a reason to clear the command window. You should...

Index exceeds the number of array elements (0) error. Help please

It is not advisable to use clc inside most functions. There is not typically a reason to clear the command window. You should...

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USB-C communication

usb-c ports just show up as USB ports. usb-c is a physical connector, not a signalling protocol: the signalling protocol is USB....

USB-C communication

usb-c ports just show up as USB ports. usb-c is a physical connector, not a signalling protocol: the signalling protocol is USB....

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Creating Sphere using Cuboids of varying size

%assume center at xc, yc, zc dx = sidelength/2; %Left/Right, Front/Back, Down/Up vertices = [ -1, -1, -1 %LFD 1 -...

Creating Sphere using Cuboids of varying size

%assume center at xc, yc, zc dx = sidelength/2; %Left/Right, Front/Back, Down/Up vertices = [ -1, -1, -1 %LFD 1 -...

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Change the position of a field in a structure

Use struct2cell() on the old structure, and fieldnames() . Then insert a new cell of values for the new field at the top of the ...

Change the position of a field in a structure

Use struct2cell() on the old structure, and fieldnames() . Then insert a new cell of values for the new field at the top of the ...

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How generate a patch object with tetramesh?

In R2020a and earlier: Record the vector returned by tetramesh(), and call handle() on it. The result you get back will be a pa...

How generate a patch object with tetramesh?

In R2020a and earlier: Record the vector returned by tetramesh(), and call handle() on it. The result you get back will be a pa...

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How can I animate this plot3?

geoplot3() returns a line object. You can pull the XData, YData, ZData coordinates out of the line object and delete the line ob...

How can I animate this plot3?

geoplot3() returns a line object. You can pull the XData, YData, ZData coordinates out of the line object and delete the line ob...

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Call mex function using system()?

In Linux, executables can have any valid file name. The file extension is not considered by the operating system when deciding h...

Call mex function using system()?

In Linux, executables can have any valid file name. The file extension is not considered by the operating system when deciding h...

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Using the Cancel button in uiprogressdlg to immediately stop execution

https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/496530-using-timer-how-can-i-cleanly-exit-a-function-execution-when-the-timer-fi...

Using the Cancel button in uiprogressdlg to immediately stop execution

https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/496530-using-timer-how-can-i-cleanly-exit-a-function-execution-when-the-timer-fi...

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Creating regenerative random numbers

rng(655321) %or use any other positive integer constant

Creating regenerative random numbers

rng(655321) %or use any other positive integer constant

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valid indices for 'output' are restricted in parfor loop

for j= 1:100 SNR = list(j); base = (j-1)*1000; parfor i = 1:1000 totallist(base+i,1) = SNR; ou...

valid indices for 'output' are restricted in parfor loop

for j= 1:100 SNR = list(j); base = (j-1)*1000; parfor i = 1:1000 totallist(base+i,1) = SNR; ou...

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How to get matlab to read the code

Your code has load(strcat('C:\Users\User\Dropbox\My PC (LAPTOP-8G4JCC0U)\Documents\onscale',num2str(i),'\2d_simple_array.ma...

How to get matlab to read the code

Your code has load(strcat('C:\Users\User\Dropbox\My PC (LAPTOP-8G4JCC0U)\Documents\onscale',num2str(i),'\2d_simple_array.ma...

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How can I create a matlab matrix below?

N = 6; diag(-2*ones(1,N)) + diag(ones(1,N-1),-1) + diag(ones(1,N-1),1)

How can I create a matlab matrix below?

N = 6; diag(-2*ones(1,N)) + diag(ones(1,N-1),-1) + diag(ones(1,N-1),1)

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How can i find unknown variable in matrix

syms D [2 1] syms AE sols = solve([0; -2] == AE * [0.405 0.096; 0.096 0.128] * D + [0; 0],D) simplify([sols.D1; sols.D2]) Th...

How can i find unknown variable in matrix

syms D [2 1] syms AE sols = solve([0; -2] == AE * [0.405 0.096; 0.096 0.128] * D + [0; 0],D) simplify([sols.D1; sols.D2]) Th...

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I need help figuring the code out.

You can use a Monte Carlo method: format long g R = randi([2 3]) xy = rand(10000,2) * exp(R); x = xy(:,1); y = xy(:,2); mas...

I need help figuring the code out.

You can use a Monte Carlo method: format long g R = randi([2 3]) xy = rand(10000,2) * exp(R); x = xy(:,1); y = xy(:,2); mas...

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Using isnan to check if there is any NaNs in a window and setting all the values to NaN if there are any.

for i=1:11:T; for k=1:3; if any(isnan(y(i:i+11,k))) X(i:i+11,k) =NaN; end end end

Using isnan to check if there is any NaNs in a window and setting all the values to NaN if there are any.

for i=1:11:T; for k=1:3; if any(isnan(y(i:i+11,k))) X(i:i+11,k) =NaN; end end end

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run the script without opening the figure, its possible?

set(0, 'DefaultFigureVisible', 'off') before you run the code. This will last for the rest of your MATLAB session unless you r...

run the script without opening the figure, its possible?

set(0, 'DefaultFigureVisible', 'off') before you run the code. This will last for the rest of your MATLAB session unless you r...

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How to define k in bcfun?

In bcfun, for ya, you sould calculate k based on the x that would be used for the first boundary condition, and for yb you shoul...

How to define k in bcfun?

In bcfun, for ya, you sould calculate k based on the x that would be used for the first boundary condition, and for yb you shoul...

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How do I declare varibles whose outputs are expected from Matlab simply without so many rules, like for example in c++?

You are trying to construct a vector of function handles. You cannot do that in MATLAB. This is because in MATLAB, () indicates ...

How do I declare varibles whose outputs are expected from Matlab simply without so many rules, like for example in c++?

You are trying to construct a vector of function handles. You cannot do that in MATLAB. This is because in MATLAB, () indicates ...

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How to convert dataset of .mat to .tif files?

You need to use the Tiff() class https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/tiff.html Use SamplesPerPixel = 38, and use ExtraSa...

How to convert dataset of .mat to .tif files?

You need to use the Tiff() class https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/tiff.html Use SamplesPerPixel = 38, and use ExtraSa...

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Can we apply scatter3() on high dimension matrix?

Yes, but it can become quite difficult to understand. You can use scatter3(x, y, z, PointSize, Color) Here PointSize and Colo...

Can we apply scatter3() on high dimension matrix?

Yes, but it can become quite difficult to understand. You can use scatter3(x, y, z, PointSize, Color) Here PointSize and Colo...

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