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Scaled Beta Distribution Functions

Scaled beta distribution PDF, CDF, and descriptive statistics

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CDF(cumulative distribution function) starts not from 0

It seems like your choice of parametric distribution is not appropriate for your data and it seems that you might be approaching...

CDF(cumulative distribution function) starts not from 0

It seems like your choice of parametric distribution is not appropriate for your data and it seems that you might be approaching...

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How to stop a while loop using a GUI pushbutton?

Essentially of the these solutions are based on the same ideas. Another approach (that uses the same idea) is to use the MATLAB ...

How to stop a while loop using a GUI pushbutton?

Essentially of the these solutions are based on the same ideas. Another approach (that uses the same idea) is to use the MATLAB ...

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Trying to make a loop for a definite integral

Is something like this what you are after? clear vars *; % Define the function - Note I simplify the denominator in ...

Trying to make a loop for a definite integral

Is something like this what you are after? clear vars *; % Define the function - Note I simplify the denominator in ...

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What is wrong on these code ?

I suspect the problem is in the for loop, most probably here... fcn = net.inputs{i}.processFcns{i}; settings = net.input...

What is wrong on these code ?

I suspect the problem is in the for loop, most probably here... fcn = net.inputs{i}.processFcns{i}; settings = net.input...

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converting cell to str

You don't need to convert to a strings, try using <uk.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/cellfun.html cellfun> instead. For example, ...

converting cell to str

You don't need to convert to a strings, try using <uk.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/cellfun.html cellfun> instead. For example, ...

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random numbers between a and b with specified mean and variance

As far as I aware there is no bounded probability distribution where the mean and variance are independent of each other, _*and*...

random numbers between a and b with specified mean and variance

As far as I aware there is no bounded probability distribution where the mean and variance are independent of each other, _*and*...

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How to fprintf with

Expanding my comment above to add in some LaTex specific requirements, here is a basic working example % Define some data ...

How to fprintf with

Expanding my comment above to add in some LaTex specific requirements, here is a basic working example % Define some data ...

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how to calculate the number of digits after decimal point?

Try something like this a = 1.6556; splt = regexp(num2str(a), '\.', 'split'); dps = str2num(splt{2})

how to calculate the number of digits after decimal point?

Try something like this a = 1.6556; splt = regexp(num2str(a), '\.', 'split'); dps = str2num(splt{2})

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MATLAB Answers Wish-list #4 (and bug reports)

A "Follow Question" button. How many time have folk encountered a question that is useful or interesting and they won't too k...

MATLAB Answers Wish-list #4 (and bug reports)

A "Follow Question" button. How many time have folk encountered a question that is useful or interesting and they won't too k...

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Is it possible to follow a question?

As per the title... is there a way to follow questions here? Quite often a question comes up that may be a problem I have enc...

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making smooth curve of M-B

I think that the physics of the problem are wrong. Unless I am mistaken, you are doing a phenomenological simulation of a partia...

making smooth curve of M-B

I think that the physics of the problem are wrong. Unless I am mistaken, you are doing a phenomenological simulation of a partia...

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Undefined function 'times' for input arguments of type 'cell'.

The most likely problem is that X and/or Y are cells. If so, then you will want to have a look are <http://www.mathworks.com/hel...

Undefined function 'times' for input arguments of type 'cell'.

The most likely problem is that X and/or Y are cells. If so, then you will want to have a look are <http://www.mathworks.com/hel...

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How to use parfor in nested for loop?

A couple of things to point out. It is always best not to use i and j to index loops, these are both reserved for imaginary ...

How to use parfor in nested for loop?

A couple of things to point out. It is always best not to use i and j to index loops, these are both reserved for imaginary ...

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Fit Gaussian to randomly distributed points

If I understand your question properly, I think <http://uk.mathworks.com/help/images/ref/imgaussfilt.html imgaussfilt> might be ...

Fit Gaussian to randomly distributed points

If I understand your question properly, I think <http://uk.mathworks.com/help/images/ref/imgaussfilt.html imgaussfilt> might be ...

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Least mean square optimization problem

You will have to add a non-linear constraint to the problem. I guess the best option would be to use something like fmincon if y...

Least mean square optimization problem

You will have to add a non-linear constraint to the problem. I guess the best option would be to use something like fmincon if y...

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How to use guidata ?

As Adam said you need to get the input variables from the GUI handles. As soon as the first pushbutton callback is complete, a, ...

How to use guidata ?

As Adam said you need to get the input variables from the GUI handles. As soon as the first pushbutton callback is complete, a, ...

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could you please translate the following code for me?

I may not know the purpose of the function, but I can answer your questions... xx = linspace(0,x); This line generates 1...

could you please translate the following code for me?

I may not know the purpose of the function, but I can answer your questions... xx = linspace(0,x); This line generates 1...

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How do I use sprintf for files numbered from 0 till 15?

The first value of fileNum is 1, so the first file is "Experiment_A_1", and "Experiment_A_0" is never reached in the loop. Updat...

How do I use sprintf for files numbered from 0 till 15?

The first value of fileNum is 1, so the first file is "Experiment_A_1", and "Experiment_A_0" is never reached in the loop. Updat...

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For loop in parfor loop

I don't know the details (perhaps another answer can get technical), but parfor loops don't like assigning values to things like...

For loop in parfor loop

I don't know the details (perhaps another answer can get technical), but parfor loops don't like assigning values to things like...

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How can this probability function be entered?

Change P to P = (1./(1+exp(-z*e*(VV/(k*T1))))); Since the (1+exp(..)) is a vector you have to use array division (./)

How can this probability function be entered?

Change P to P = (1./(1+exp(-z*e*(VV/(k*T1))))); Since the (1+exp(..)) is a vector you have to use array division (./)

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sfit object. can't get coefficients.

As Sean de Wolski points out in the question that you linked to, a interpolated surface fit has multiple sets of linear fit coef...

sfit object. can't get coefficients.

As Sean de Wolski points out in the question that you linked to, a interpolated surface fit has multiple sets of linear fit coef...

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how to plot the cdf of a bernoulli using matlab

A Bernoulli distribution is a Binomial distribution where the number of trials is 1, so you should be able to use binocdf(...

how to plot the cdf of a bernoulli using matlab

A Bernoulli distribution is a Binomial distribution where the number of trials is 1, so you should be able to use binocdf(...

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binning data and evaluating

It this what you are looking for? lim = [min(y), min(y) + 50] ybin = y(y>= lim(1) & y<=lim(2)) xbin = x(y>= lim(1)...

binning data and evaluating

It this what you are looking for? lim = [min(y), min(y) + 50] ybin = y(y>= lim(1) & y<=lim(2)) xbin = x(y>= lim(1)...

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Need to convert my equation in to a decimal number

If by a "single decimal num", you mean round to 1 decimal point, then... Let X be your big long equation X2 = round(X*10...

Need to convert my equation in to a decimal number

If by a "single decimal num", you mean round to 1 decimal point, then... Let X be your big long equation X2 = round(X*10...

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A vector is given v=[6, 3, -9, 10, 5, 0, -8, 11, -15]. write a matlab command the doubles the elements that are odd and raises the elements that are even to th power of 2

Your loop structure above seems a little odd and has some missing "end"s. Try this for a basic loop structure... for k=1:l...

A vector is given v=[6, 3, -9, 10, 5, 0, -8, 11, -15]. write a matlab command the doubles the elements that are odd and raises the elements that are even to th power of 2

Your loop structure above seems a little odd and has some missing "end"s. Try this for a basic loop structure... for k=1:l...

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Randomly generated row matrix B with constraints?

I guess this is what you are looking for? for ii = 1:length(A) B(ii) = randi([0, A(ii)], 1); end It is not so clea...

Randomly generated row matrix B with constraints?

I guess this is what you are looking for? for ii = 1:length(A) B(ii) = randi([0, A(ii)], 1); end It is not so clea...

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How to take the maximum value of an array?

Try something like this... a=1:20; steps = 5; b = NaN(mod(length(a)/steps,steps), 1); % preallocate b for speed, if y...

How to take the maximum value of an array?

Try something like this... a=1:20; steps = 5; b = NaN(mod(length(a)/steps,steps), 1); % preallocate b for speed, if y...

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How to find the correlation between two random numbers

If you have two uncorrelated normally distributed random numbers, given by x, you can use the following to determine Y, which wi...

How to find the correlation between two random numbers

If you have two uncorrelated normally distributed random numbers, given by x, you can use the following to determine Y, which wi...

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How do I fix a variable to a certain number??

I suspect that cx is defined in a callback function somewhere, but is not passed back to the GUI handles, so that to the other G...

How do I fix a variable to a certain number??

I suspect that cx is defined in a callback function somewhere, but is not passed back to the GUI handles, so that to the other G...

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