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Does Matlab R2018b will receive updates of R2019a

Hi, usually you get 1 year service additionally to all the toolboxes you buy and Matlab. That means, if you buy today, that you...

Does Matlab R2018b will receive updates of R2019a

Hi, usually you get 1 year service additionally to all the toolboxes you buy and Matlab. That means, if you buy today, that you...

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How can I code 1-D heat conduction PDE using implicit finite difference method?

Hi, you could use the built in function pdepe. Best regards Stephan

How can I code 1-D heat conduction PDE using implicit finite difference method?

Hi, you could use the built in function pdepe. Best regards Stephan

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I want to combine two anon functions, p(h) and t(p) and plot them against each other

Hi, the following code substitutes p in the equation for T with the expression from the first equation and creates a function h...

I want to combine two anon functions, p(h) and t(p) and plot them against each other

Hi, the following code substitutes p in the equation for T with the expression from the first equation and creates a function h...

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Mismatch between file and format string.

Hi, use readtable, then extract the data from the variable CLOSE (=column named CLOSE) in ascending order: data = readtable('s...

Mismatch between file and format string.

Hi, use readtable, then extract the data from the variable CLOSE (=column named CLOSE) in ascending order: data = readtable('s...

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MACD(50, 90,9)

Hi, with a little effort it should be possible to write your own MACD. The movavg function supports an exponential type as opti...

MACD(50, 90,9)

Hi, with a little effort it should be possible to write your own MACD. The movavg function supports an exponential type as opti...

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MACDflex

Flexible version of the known MACD trend indicator. Set your own periods for the short, the long and the signal period to calcul...

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Solve system of 3 variable equations

Hi, since you want to calculate values, follow Torstens suggestion and use fsolve to solve your nonlinear system: X1 = input('...

Solve system of 3 variable equations

Hi, since you want to calculate values, follow Torstens suggestion and use fsolve to solve your nonlinear system: X1 = input('...

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Error using xlsread (line 132) File name must be a character vector. Error in Lab1 (line 8) trial_data1= xlsread(Raw_Data(i),1);

Hi, since Raw_data is a cell array use {i} to get the content at i in your for loop: trial_data1= xlsread(Raw_Data{i},1); ins...

Error using xlsread (line 132) File name must be a character vector. Error in Lab1 (line 8) trial_data1= xlsread(Raw_Data(i),1);

Hi, since Raw_data is a cell array use {i} to get the content at i in your for loop: trial_data1= xlsread(Raw_Data{i},1); ins...

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How to multiply matrices without using operator asterix?

Hi, problably you are looking for: https://de.mathworks.com/help/matlab/matlab_prog/array-vs-matrix-operations.html Best rega...

How to multiply matrices without using operator asterix?

Hi, problably you are looking for: https://de.mathworks.com/help/matlab/matlab_prog/array-vs-matrix-operations.html Best rega...

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Rearranging second matrix based on the order of first matrix

A = [1 2 3 4.1; 5 12 7 4.1; 9 10 11 4.1] B = [131 10 11 8.1; 21 12 7 8.1; 91 2 3 8.1]; B_new = sortCols2_3(A,B) function ...

Rearranging second matrix based on the order of first matrix

A = [1 2 3 4.1; 5 12 7 4.1; 9 10 11 4.1] B = [131 10 11 8.1; 21 12 7 8.1; 91 2 3 8.1]; B_new = sortCols2_3(A,B) function ...

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How to put each two elements in a matrix in a cell ?

A= [ 1 2 3 4; 5 6 7 8; 9 10 11 12] A=reshape(A',2,[])'; B = mat2cell(A,ones(1,size(A,1)))

How to put each two elements in a matrix in a cell ?

A= [ 1 2 3 4; 5 6 7 8; 9 10 11 12] A=reshape(A',2,[])'; B = mat2cell(A,ones(1,size(A,1)))

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Contributors metainfo: reputation and more

Congratulations to madhan for reaching MVP status!

Contributors metainfo: reputation and more

Congratulations to madhan for reaching MVP status!

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Can someone help me with the Taylor Series ? Can't figure out how to fprintf this in order to show the appox error, true erroe or anything

x = 350; y = 2.567; z = 0.0002; fprintf('x = %d,\ny = %.3f,\nz = %.4f\n',x,y,z) fprintf('x = %d,\ny = %.5f,\nz = %.7f',x,y,z...

Can someone help me with the Taylor Series ? Can't figure out how to fprintf this in order to show the appox error, true erroe or anything

x = 350; y = 2.567; z = 0.0002; fprintf('x = %d,\ny = %.3f,\nz = %.4f\n',x,y,z) fprintf('x = %d,\ny = %.5f,\nz = %.7f',x,y,z...

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problems_in_using_nominal

Hi, try the following workflow: ver the result should contain ... Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox Ver...

problems_in_using_nominal

Hi, try the following workflow: ver the result should contain ... Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox Ver...

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Invalid use of operator.

Hi, try: % 1 step: create slice and save resulting img % 2 step: run registation %% create slice and substract dark image ...

Invalid use of operator.

Hi, try: % 1 step: create slice and save resulting img % 2 step: run registation %% create slice and substract dark image ...

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Year in column 1 and month in column 2

col1 = repelem(1901:2017,12)'; col2 = repmat(1:12,1,numel(col1)/12)'; result = [col1 col2]

Year in column 1 and month in column 2

col1 = repelem(1901:2017,12)'; col2 = repmat(1:12,1,numel(col1)/12)'; result = [col1 col2]

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'for loop' summation containing symbolic variable

Hi, some bugs - try: clear syms n Cs=1000; k=1e8; D=1e-3; t=linspace(1e-7,1e-5); w2n=(n.^2)*pi^2*D/4; g=((1-(-1).^n)./(...

'for loop' summation containing symbolic variable

Hi, some bugs - try: clear syms n Cs=1000; k=1e8; D=1e-3; t=linspace(1e-7,1e-5); w2n=(n.^2)*pi^2*D/4; g=((1-(-1).^n)./(...

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How to implement optimal control using Pontryagin's Minimum Principle for HESS in EV application as in attached paper?

Hi, there are some examples here on answers, where people used Matlab with Symbolic Math Toolbox to solve this kind of problems...

How to implement optimal control using Pontryagin's Minimum Principle for HESS in EV application as in attached paper?

Hi, there are some examples here on answers, where people used Matlab with Symbolic Math Toolbox to solve this kind of problems...

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Atotal charge Q is uniformly distributed around a ring-shaped conductor with radius a . Acharge q is located at a distance x from the center of the ring .

The following plots your function: syms x e0=8.85e-12; %(C^2/N*m^2) Q=2e-5; %C q=Q; %C a_1=0.9; %m F=(1/(4*pi*e0)) * (q*Q*...

Atotal charge Q is uniformly distributed around a ring-shaped conductor with radius a . Acharge q is located at a distance x from the center of the ring .

The following plots your function: syms x e0=8.85e-12; %(C^2/N*m^2) Q=2e-5; %C q=Q; %C a_1=0.9; %m F=(1/(4*pi*e0)) * (q*Q*...

5 days ago | 0

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I have Database with few categories generated from testes, i need to compare the new test data with the data base and identify to which category the new data belongs, is it possible to do this with MATLAB?

Hi, start reading here: https://de.mathworks.com/help/deeplearning/deep-learning-with-time-series-sequences-and-text.html Bes...

I have Database with few categories generated from testes, i need to compare the new test data with the data base and identify to which category the new data belongs, is it possible to do this with MATLAB?

Hi, start reading here: https://de.mathworks.com/help/deeplearning/deep-learning-with-time-series-sequences-and-text.html Bes...

5 days ago | 0

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how to calculate the standard deviation for each month in monthly time series data of 46 years?

Hi, the following code reshapes your table the way you want it: load('monthlymeans_ObsData.mat') monthlymeans_ObsData.Propert...

how to calculate the standard deviation for each month in monthly time series data of 46 years?

Hi, the following code reshapes your table the way you want it: load('monthlymeans_ObsData.mat') monthlymeans_ObsData.Propert...

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Classification Learner: Not all table variables appear as potential responses

Hi, here is a try for an answer, which i can not prove by a link from the documentation, but which seems to be logical to me: ...

Classification Learner: Not all table variables appear as potential responses

Hi, here is a try for an answer, which i can not prove by a link from the documentation, but which seems to be logical to me: ...

6 days ago | 0

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how to plot monthly means data to show seasonal change over 47 years?

Hi, this is very similar to your other question. Here you can use the rows2vars function, once you have reshaped your table. Th...

how to plot monthly means data to show seasonal change over 47 years?

Hi, this is very similar to your other question. Here you can use the rows2vars function, once you have reshaped your table. Th...

6 days ago | 1

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Removing NaNs in a struct array

Hi, for a matrix A in R2018b use: A(isnan(A)) = randi(10,1,sum(isnan(A),'all')) Best regards Stephan

Removing NaNs in a struct array

Hi, for a matrix A in R2018b use: A(isnan(A)) = randi(10,1,sum(isnan(A),'all')) Best regards Stephan

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Finding breakpoints for a given 2D Points and their associated time stamps

Hi, see the attached findEdges function: function [px, py] = findEdges(x,y,t,treshold) dx = diff(x); dy = diff(y); ...

Finding breakpoints for a given 2D Points and their associated time stamps

Hi, see the attached findEdges function: function [px, py] = findEdges(x,y,t,treshold) dx = diff(x); dy = diff(y); ...

7 days ago | 0

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Error using ode45. Must return a column vector?

1x20 is not a column vector, but a row vector. transpose it to 20x1.

Error using ode45. Must return a column vector?

1x20 is not a column vector, but a row vector. transpose it to 20x1.

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Remove NaN ?

input -> matrix (n*m) with at least one element equal to NaN; output -> matrix(p*m), the same matrix where we deleted the enti...

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Back to basics 21 - Matrix replicating

Covering some basic topics I haven't seen elsewhere on Cody. Given an input matrix, generate an output matrix that consists o...

8 days ago

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Back to basics 23 - Triangular matrix

Covering some basic topics I haven't seen elsewhere on Cody. Given an input matrix, return a matrix with all elements above a...

8 days ago

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Why I cannot define a function in live script?

Hi, you are right - it is freezed: But there is nothing wrong with this, since you can not run a function which is defined b...

Why I cannot define a function in live script?

Hi, you are right - it is freezed: But there is nothing wrong with this, since you can not run a function which is defined b...

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