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I want to Generate Chirp Signal

See the MATLAB inbuilt function, you need to change the properties only https://in.mathworks.com/help/signal/ref/chirp.html

I want to Generate Chirp Signal

See the MATLAB inbuilt function, you need to change the properties only https://in.mathworks.com/help/signal/ref/chirp.html

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How to write loops within loops for a function.

Vs = 8:-0.1:7 o/p: 8 7.9 7.8 7.7 7.6 7.5 7.4 7.3 7.2 7.1 7 Hoe you can do the ...

How to write loops within loops for a function.

Vs = 8:-0.1:7 o/p: 8 7.9 7.8 7.7 7.6 7.5 7.4 7.3 7.2 7.1 7 Hoe you can do the ...

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xlswrite() to write to csv file not working

You are trying to save in CSV, Prefer this one https://in.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/writematrix.html

xlswrite() to write to csv file not working

You are trying to save in CSV, Prefer this one https://in.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/writematrix.html

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Matrix dimension conversion for image input layer

Sir, you can convert the size of the image from 2D to 3D using the following way (The image isualization is not affected) ori_i...

Matrix dimension conversion for image input layer

Sir, you can convert the size of the image from 2D to 3D using the following way (The image isualization is not affected) ori_i...

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sum of array by specific index value

result=sum(second_arary(first_array)) More result=sum(hasil_tambah_array(index))

sum of array by specific index value

result=sum(second_arary(first_array)) More result=sum(hasil_tambah_array(index))

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Image pre-processing to make pixels in one straight line

Yes, you can do that multiple ways Get the two highest-spaced white pixels in the image, column numbers (left column and right ...

Image pre-processing to make pixels in one straight line

Yes, you can do that multiple ways Get the two highest-spaced white pixels in the image, column numbers (left column and right ...

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HSV color assignment depending on the height of the corresponding histogram bin

If you use less than & equal (both inclusion), it may be cover the entire image. e.g if h_level>0.75 & s_level>0.75 pixel...

HSV color assignment depending on the height of the corresponding histogram bin

If you use less than & equal (both inclusion), it may be cover the entire image. e.g if h_level>0.75 & s_level>0.75 pixel...

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How to count objects in an image?

The approprite approach based on the type of input images, though you can follow the following (General Case) Steps: Do the se...

How to count objects in an image?

The approprite approach based on the type of input images, though you can follow the following (General Case) Steps: Do the se...

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Keep track of Matrix row indices after deleting some rows

You can store the A in a temporary variable, and do the modification on temp temp=A; Now do the all modification on temp. Res...

Keep track of Matrix row indices after deleting some rows

You can store the A in a temporary variable, and do the modification on temp temp=A; Now do the all modification on temp. Res...

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representation of many curves

Snippet: % Images Folder Directory % Call the images one by one, there are multiple simmilar question, please check % Load an...

representation of many curves

Snippet: % Images Folder Directory % Call the images one by one, there are multiple simmilar question, please check % Load an...

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help with pie chart

Suficients Hints: Enter the levels by yourself. counts=input('Enter the Total Cetegory'); p=[]; i=1; while i<=counts p(...

help with pie chart

Suficients Hints: Enter the levels by yourself. counts=input('Enter the Total Cetegory'); p=[]; i=1; while i<=counts p(...

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plot to the function

Hint: z=[0, 0.03, 0.2, 0.5, 1,2]; r=0:0.01:3; for i=1:length(z) eq=..... % Here z(i) plot(eq); % r vs. eq hold on; end A...

plot to the function

Hint: z=[0, 0.03, 0.2, 0.5, 1,2]; r=0:0.01:3; for i=1:length(z) eq=..... % Here z(i) plot(eq); % r vs. eq hold on; end A...

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Plot two curve of different program in same graphs

Call two programs as function, see the following example Code 1: function code1(x) y=exp(x); plot(y); hold on; end Code 2...

Plot two curve of different program in same graphs

Call two programs as function, see the following example Code 1: function code1(x) y=exp(x); plot(y); hold on; end Code 2...

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How to convert 'NaN' to numeric NaN

Is this? >> str2num('NaN') ans = NaN Or data={2,5,NaN,6} cell2mat(data) # data = 1×4 cell array {[2]} ...

How to convert 'NaN' to numeric NaN

Is this? >> str2num('NaN') ans = NaN Or data={2,5,NaN,6} cell2mat(data) # data = 1×4 cell array {[2]} ...

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Difficulty plotting equations.

#Do modification, no coding error t=0:.2:2; y1=1*cos(2*pi*3*t)+0.8*sin(2*pi*8*t); y2=0.6*cos(2*pi*0.6*t)+(pi/3)+0.25*sin(2*p...

Difficulty plotting equations.

#Do modification, no coding error t=0:.2:2; y1=1*cos(2*pi*3*t)+0.8*sin(2*pi*8*t); y2=0.6*cos(2*pi*0.6*t)+(pi/3)+0.25*sin(2*p...

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3 equations with 3 unknowns I need the answer ASAP plz help

Solve System of Linear Equations Using linsolve https://in.mathworks.com/help/symbolic/solve-a-system-of-linear-equations.html

3 equations with 3 unknowns I need the answer ASAP plz help

Solve System of Linear Equations Using linsolve https://in.mathworks.com/help/symbolic/solve-a-system-of-linear-equations.html

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Positive angles in a graph

%Force all angles must be positive. mask=theta<0; mask=360*double(mask); theta=theta+mask;

Positive angles in a graph

%Force all angles must be positive. mask=theta<0; mask=360*double(mask); theta=theta+mask;

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Why do i need to use .^ notation ?

It's based on equation. .^ represent the element wise to the power of any array/vector. See the example a = 1 2 ...

Why do i need to use .^ notation ?

It's based on equation. .^ represent the element wise to the power of any array/vector. See the example a = 1 2 ...

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I want to reduce the width of certain plots in a subplot from other plots.

One way to plot multiple subplots with diffeent aspect size: tiledlayout function https://in.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/tile...

I want to reduce the width of certain plots in a subplot from other plots.

One way to plot multiple subplots with diffeent aspect size: tiledlayout function https://in.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/tile...

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How do I split and assign a matrix sized 1880,2 into N smaller matrices (or a struct holding the matrices) where N matrices have 5 elements of dim1,dim2, the next five and so on (incremental looping)?

mat2cell https://in.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/mat2cell.html

How do I split and assign a matrix sized 1880,2 into N smaller matrices (or a struct holding the matrices) where N matrices have 5 elements of dim1,dim2, the next five and so on (incremental looping)?

mat2cell https://in.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/mat2cell.html

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How to connect all result?

Use cell array to store the vectors B=cell(1,bond(860)+1) for i=1:bond(860)+1 %bond is data that include 860*2 tabl...

How to connect all result?

Use cell array to store the vectors B=cell(1,bond(860)+1) for i=1:bond(860)+1 %bond is data that include 860*2 tabl...

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Getting a vector for different x value

Is this? a=0; b=1; h=b-a/2; n=0.01; xnew=[];% Number of Iteration is not known xnew(1)=h; i=1; while xnew(i)>n xnew(i+...

Getting a vector for different x value

Is this? a=0; b=1; h=b-a/2; n=0.01; xnew=[];% Number of Iteration is not known xnew(1)=h; i=1; while xnew(i)>n xnew(i+...

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Hi i need some help here to put this into a matlab

h=0.5; a=0; x=a+h; i=2; tol=...? while err<tol x=[x a+i*h]; h=h/2; i=i+2; err=..% Update end

Hi i need some help here to put this into a matlab

h=0.5; a=0; x=a+h; i=2; tol=...? while err<tol x=[x a+i*h]; h=h/2; i=i+2; err=..% Update end

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how to remove 2d fourier transform image noise

Decide the cutt off frequency, apply filter and do the inverse More Detail: https://www.clear.rice.edu/elec301/Projects01/im...

how to remove 2d fourier transform image noise

Decide the cutt off frequency, apply filter and do the inverse More Detail: https://www.clear.rice.edu/elec301/Projects01/im...

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How to build a class map from multiple binary images?

"I want to acquire an output containing all these classes with a random color asigned to each class" Here @Image Analyst Answer...

How to build a class map from multiple binary images?

"I want to acquire an output containing all these classes with a random color asigned to each class" Here @Image Analyst Answer...

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How to save the matrix value of bmp image ?

Once you load the image,Matlab itself save it as a Matrix with assigned variable name. In the above mentioned example m1 is the ...

How to save the matrix value of bmp image ?

Once you load the image,Matlab itself save it as a Matrix with assigned variable name. In the above mentioned example m1 is the ...

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find pixels of a line in picture

% Load the image rgbImage=imread('image_line.png'); % Get the one plane/Gray Image red_channel=rgbImage(:,:,1); % Segment th...

find pixels of a line in picture

% Load the image rgbImage=imread('image_line.png'); % Get the one plane/Gray Image red_channel=rgbImage(:,:,1); % Segment th...

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how to conver image matrix into bipolar values

Bipolar Values, considering two data value only (Same number with Positive & Negative) bw_image=%Convert to binary image image...

how to conver image matrix into bipolar values

Bipolar Values, considering two data value only (Same number with Positive & Negative) bw_image=%Convert to binary image image...

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Using double precision, find x for which exp(x) doesn't overflow.

All data creates in MATLAB are douple precision (Standard /By Default) Double More: e^x = 1 + (x ^ 1 / 1!) + (x ^ 2 / 2!) .....

Using double precision, find x for which exp(x) doesn't overflow.

All data creates in MATLAB are douple precision (Standard /By Default) Double More: e^x = 1 + (x ^ 1 / 1!) + (x ^ 2 / 2!) .....

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