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Piyush Lakhani


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2D plot by including third parameter as colorbar
The simplest way to doing this is by using the 'surf' or 'contourf' functions. But, for that you need to create m x n matrix ...

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changing existing hourly data figure to average daily figure
Hi Muhammad, using 'findobj' function you may got the data points and replot after calculating the mean. Following is solution...

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Arrange data of an array in certain order.
Hi, First read the text file and X,Y,Z data for indiviual variables. D=xlsread('DynamicDW.xlsx') C1=D(:,[1:3]); C2=D(:,[...

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fplot too many input arguments
Hi Jonathan, I am not getting why you are running this function file. But, still if you required to run this you missed the bra...

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Convert CSV to TXT without changing data properties
Hi James, Following way might be work for you. x=csvread('filename.csv','Row_offset','column_offset'); %if your file has tex...

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How to find the middle element of a square array
Hi Kevin, The 'size' function returns the two element array 'row and column'. As what i can understand you want a single value ...

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second x-axis?
Hi Maxwell, You can use 'plotxx' that gives better control on axis handling. It is not MATLAB library function so, you have to ...

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Output Argument not assigned during call
Hi Jesse, The error you had mentioned will occured only in the case when the output Variable "MaxPower" is not assigned in the ...

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How to make countour plot zoomed out
Hi William Donovan Simplest way to doing this is by setting the axis limits. Here i am just mentioning one example. contour(...

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How can I plot functions stored in a matrix?
Hi PETER SWOVICK, Yes you can do it by using the "for" loop. for i=1:1:n % Here n is nuber of times you want to genera...

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