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Removing weekends and holidays from a TimeTable
How can one remove weekends and holidays entries from a TimeTable? Thanks!

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assign content into an empty timetable based on timerange variable
Say you've got an empty timetable: t = timetable(); t.Data = 0; and you're given a timerange var: tr and you need to...

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calculating the difference between 2 dates
there's something better now since 2014 release I believe: w = between(startRange,endRange,'weeks') y = between(startRange...

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extract start and end of a timerange
Working with timerange objects is great! One can keep a table in one piece and operate on subscripts of that table with a set of...

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StratOpt WFP PATH View Processor
StratOpt WFP Files Analysis: view the optimization paths graphically

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How can I increase GUI slider steps?
this ('SliderStep' property) doesn't exist in slider object of the gui designer.

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app designer Slider object properties does not contain a 'SliderStep' property
Hello Team, As of 2017b, an app designer slider object has following properties: Show all properties BeingDe...

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A,B,C same size matrixes. A & C are double elements, B is with logical elements.How do I simply set A with values found in C only for true (or false) positions in B?
Setup: if true A = zeros(4,4); C = [1,2,3,0; 5,0,6,4; 9,7,0,4; 2,0,5,6]; B = false(4,4); B(2,4) = 1; B(3,2)...

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using a matrix as an index to another matrix
I could do this: clc; a = [1 4 3 2; 6 8 7 9] [b,i] = sort(a,2,'descend') b = ...

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using a matrix as an index to another matrix
Simple case: >> x = [ 10 8 ; 4 3 ] x = 10 8 4 3 >> [y,i] = sort(x,2 ) y...

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keeping track of the original indices of an array after sorting
and B = A(I), according to documentation, isn't it? I get following: >> x = [ 1 3 2 7; 4 3 2 1] x = 1 3 ...

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for an existing financial time-series object, is there a simple way to add columns?
digging a bit more, it seems fts behave a lot like structures ... so: >> class(dt) ans = fints >> *dt.MA10* = fts2ma...

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financial time series object - how to delete a column?
This was a funny one ... managed to understand why Time appears in the structure in the first place. Quote from <fints> definiti...

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financial time series object - how to delete a column?
One might have: dt = desc: (none) freq: Daily (1) 'dates: (2715)' 'times: (2715)' 'Open: (2715)...

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for an existing financial time-series object, is there a simple way to add columns?
I'll just give a partial answer I've found. For an object such as: dt = desc: (none) freq: Daily (1) '...

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financial time series obiect: get a column by name string?
Say, I have a fts object of type: dt = desc: (none) freq: Daily (1) 'dates: (2715)' 'times: (2715...

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for an existing financial time-series object, is there a simple way to add columns?
I'm referring to pandas DataFrame as an example of adding a new ('return') column: spy['return'] = spy['close'].pct_change() ...

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