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Siddharth Bhutiya

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Computer Science Grad from USC. A Novice trying to explore the world of Machine Learning and Deep Learning.

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Sum of Least Squares
You would have to use curly braces {} indexing in order to do this. Using () will give you a table and operations like subtracti...

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using datetime() in retrieving data
Once you have created a datetime array, you could use functions like month, day, year, etc to get the corresponding field values...

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How to navigate on indexed table with user input
You could use the t.(varName) syntax to do this. Here's a simple example >> t = table(table(table([1;2;3],[4;5;6],'VariableName...

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Analyze Data for last complete Calendar week prior to current date
There might be a couple of ways to do this, but the function that you are looking for is dateshift. https://www.mathworks.com/...

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Filtering out rows based on one column and one input
I came up with a possible solution based on your description. I am working with a 100x3 timetable that looks as follows: T...

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For Loop Table Matlab
In your case the values are consecutive so you could extract them and use mean to calculate the mean. If you did not know the nu...

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Fill a timetable outside the gaps
You could use groupsummary to do this. In your case your grouping variables would be Time and Var1 and the aggregation method ...

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Updating plot title for a few hundred figure using a loop
You can convert your datetime variable into a string and pass it as an input to the title command x = 1:10; dt = datetime; ...

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Assign user defined identifier from one table to another table
You can use outerjoin to do that. Your keys would be the three common variables and since you only want to add the extra identif...

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Dynamic size table with MATLAB coder
The error seems to suggest that you are assigning conflicting values to your table variable 't'. This might be happening because...

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Function 'datenum' not supported for code generation. Function 'MATLAB Function'
As the error indicates, datenum is not supported for code generation. However, datetime does support code generation and it is r...

1 year ago | 0

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With a data table, how to calculate the average for each day over a period of time
Since you are working with time-stamped data, you should convert the data into a timetable, as timetables provide a lot of usefu...

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Divide the data according to DateTime column
Your will get an error with the above code, because your data contains a datetime and you are trying to compare it with a datenu...

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Converting two matrix to a single table
You can flatten your matrices into column vectors (M1(:)) and then create a table from that. I see that you want the data in row...

2 years ago | 0

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User inputs file over existing excel file
You could use a function like "uigetfile" to have the user select a file from the PC. After this you can use "readtable" to read...

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Reading CSV file using function
You can read the file line by line into a cell array and then split each line by the comma delimiter. The code would look someth...

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Creating if, else statement for Excel columns
min(FP1,[],1)>=500 In your code snippet the above line would give you a logical array indicating if a column meets your require...

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Can we compile a .m code to .dll
You can use the MATLAB Engine API to run MATLAB code from FORTRAN. Please take a look the link below for more information https...

3 years ago | 1

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How can I store sensor data from serial port?
To store the data into a vector you can start with an empty vector and then keep adding values to it. data = []; while 1 ...

3 years ago | 1

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How to compile&link mex extension with OpenMP on macOS? / MATLAB crash on call
There are some limitations for mex files using OpenMP. Please take a look at the MATLAB Answers post below for details https://...

3 years ago | 0

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Using Arduino libraries in MATLAB
As mentioned <https://www.mathworks.com/help/supportpkg/arduinoio/ug/custom-library-concepts.html here>, the add on library inte...

3 years ago | 1

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Importing data from a text file into MATLAB as multiple variables of differing sizes
Yes, you are right. You can start by reading the entire data using textscan. After that, you can use something similar to the co...

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How to access class and functions from python
Whenever you create a class in MATLAB it will be a Value class by default. However, while working with MATLAB Engine for python ...

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matlab Compiler using mex file
If the application uses MEX, DLL or shared libraries, the dependency analyzer will not be able to detect it so you will have to ...

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ThingSpeak internal server error
I think your question was answered in the ThingSpeak Community forum, however for the reference of other users who might be faci...

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How to have different preview windows for a single video object?
When you preview the video from a "videoinput" object, MATLAB will continuously retrieve the image data from the webcam and disp...

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Using LOADLIBRARY to load 'visa32.dll' and 'visa.h' in 64-bit Matlab R2017b
It looks like this error could be related to one of the following two issues: 1) In 64-bit Windows, the VISA driver header f...

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start the python engine via a script
The issue here is that when the Python script ends, Python will automatically close the newly created MATLAB Engine. Hence you w...

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