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fzero of function 3 variables

fzero() is designed for single functions of one variables that return scalar values. fsolve() from the Optimization toolbox can...

fzero of function 3 variables

fzero() is designed for single functions of one variables that return scalar values. fsolve() from the Optimization toolbox can...

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how to prevent printing output of Neural Network in command line

P = [1 2 3]; T = [2.0 4.1 5.9]; evalc('net = newrb(P,T)');

how to prevent printing output of Neural Network in command line

P = [1 2 3]; T = [2.0 4.1 5.9]; evalc('net = newrb(P,T)');

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Getting a warning when I fplot

fplot passes a vector of values into the function, so in C, T will be a vector of values. But you are using T as the upper bound...

Getting a warning when I fplot

fplot passes a vector of values into the function, so in C, T will be a vector of values. But you are using T as the upper bound...

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imshow(uint8(imagematrix)) and imshow(int8(imagematrix)) gives different results although pixel values are between 0-255

>> uint8(255) ans = uint8 255 >> int8(uint8(255)) ans = int8 127 When you int8() data that is in the range 0...

imshow(uint8(imagematrix)) and imshow(int8(imagematrix)) gives different results although pixel values are between 0-255

>> uint8(255) ans = uint8 255 >> int8(uint8(255)) ans = int8 127 When you int8() data that is in the range 0...

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Is there a way to find a global minimum using genetic algorithm?

Genetic algorithms use the function handles they are given as "black boxes" (ga cannot examine how the function works.) In all a...

Is there a way to find a global minimum using genetic algorithm?

Genetic algorithms use the function handles they are given as "black boxes" (ga cannot examine how the function works.) In all a...

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Ode45, evolution giving NaNs after some time, with no evidence of singularities in the equations

Your first order, e1, gets to be more than 1.0, and then the sqrt(1-x^2) gets to be complex. Problems accumulate from there. Wh...

Ode45, evolution giving NaNs after some time, with no evidence of singularities in the equations

Your first order, e1, gets to be more than 1.0, and then the sqrt(1-x^2) gets to be complex. Problems accumulate from there. Wh...

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Automatically create variations of the same variable?

Do not use separate variables. use a cell array. You can have a table of range entries and loop through a list of check boxes, p...

Automatically create variations of the same variable?

Do not use separate variables. use a cell array. You can have a table of range entries and loop through a list of check boxes, p...

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Skipping for loop with continue does not work

See http://matlab.wikia.com/wiki/FAQ#Why_is_0.3_-_0.2_-_0.1_.28or_similar.29_not_equal_to_zero.3F

Skipping for loop with continue does not work

See http://matlab.wikia.com/wiki/FAQ#Why_is_0.3_-_0.2_-_0.1_.28or_similar.29_not_equal_to_zero.3F

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for loops and if statements

if ys >= 100 ys is a vector. When you compare a vector to a value, the result is a logical vector of results. When you...

for loops and if statements

if ys >= 100 ys is a vector. When you compare a vector to a value, the result is a logical vector of results. When you...

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Increase CPU Speed - MAC

Is there any possibility to increase the number of cores you use by default? No, there is no such possibility. MATLAB's execut...

Increase CPU Speed - MAC

Is there any possibility to increase the number of cores you use by default? No, there is no such possibility. MATLAB's execut...

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FMINUNC cannot continue.

http://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/math/parameterizing-functions.html

FMINUNC cannot continue.

http://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/math/parameterizing-functions.html

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How would I create a loop where I exclude values greater than a certain value and re-run it repeatedly?

how to set the start point for the fit function https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/407746-setting-your-own-start-p...

How would I create a loop where I exclude values greater than a certain value and re-run it repeatedly?

how to set the start point for the fit function https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/407746-setting-your-own-start-p...

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How to automize removal of NaN's for a structure?

You can adapt the code I posted at https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/514678-how-do-i-remove-all-fields-of-a-struct...

How to automize removal of NaN's for a structure?

You can adapt the code I posted at https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/514678-how-do-i-remove-all-fields-of-a-struct...

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Reading .txt files and replace lines from one file to another

lines1 = regexp(fileread('File1.txt'), '\r?\n', 'split'); lines2 = regexp(fileread('File2.txt'), '\r?\n', 'split'); replaced...

Reading .txt files and replace lines from one file to another

lines1 = regexp(fileread('File1.txt'), '\r?\n', 'split'); lines2 = regexp(fileread('File2.txt'), '\r?\n', 'split'); replaced...

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how to load multiple .asc file in matlab which consists of numbers and text.

I showed you in https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/501609-how-to-read-a-really-large-lines-of-data-ascii-file-forma...

how to load multiple .asc file in matlab which consists of numbers and text.

I showed you in https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/501609-how-to-read-a-really-large-lines-of-data-ascii-file-forma...

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run mbuild _setup error:Undefined function 'mbuild' for input arguments of type 'char'.

mbuild is part of the MATLAB Compiler Toolbox. You either do not have that installed, or else you do not have it licensed.

run mbuild _setup error:Undefined function 'mbuild' for input arguments of type 'char'.

mbuild is part of the MATLAB Compiler Toolbox. You either do not have that installed, or else you do not have it licensed.

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Find certain values of a csv file

t=load('mariana_depth - Copy.csv'); mean(t(t<-6000))

Find certain values of a csv file

t=load('mariana_depth - Copy.csv'); mean(t(t<-6000))

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while loop ends before the question is answered?

while r>=50 || r<=100 Suppose r is 73. Then r>=50 is true so the loop continues. Suppose r is -6. Then r>=50 is false, but r<=...

while loop ends before the question is answered?

while r>=50 || r<=100 Suppose r is 73. Then r>=50 is true so the loop continues. Suppose r is -6. Then r>=50 is false, but r<=...

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Mismatched plot when editing the x-axis

out.x(:,1) is not evenly spaced. Plot it by itself and you will see. Or look at diff(out.x(:,1))

Mismatched plot when editing the x-axis

out.x(:,1) is not evenly spaced. Plot it by itself and you will see. Or look at diff(out.x(:,1))

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I have a GigE1 and a GigE2 port on back of my camera. whats the difference? Which one do i use?

For that device (but not in general) GigE1 is for the color sensor and GigE2 is for the NIR sensor

I have a GigE1 and a GigE2 port on back of my camera. whats the difference? Which one do i use?

For that device (but not in general) GigE1 is for the color sensor and GigE2 is for the NIR sensor

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Get the index with the values in matlab plot

The basic technique is to take the data coordinates you get back, and calculate the distance to all coordinates in the graphics ...

Get the index with the values in matlab plot

The basic technique is to take the data coordinates you get back, and calculate the distance to all coordinates in the graphics ...

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I think this is a documentation error

No, ldivide says B.\A divides each element of A by the corresponding element of B whereas ldivide says A./B divides each elem...

I think this is a documentation error

No, ldivide says B.\A divides each element of A by the corresponding element of B whereas ldivide says A./B divides each elem...

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Not enough input arguments

You would get that error if you are passing in a function handle as the first parameter, and the function handle requires more t...

Not enough input arguments

You would get that error if you are passing in a function handle as the first parameter, and the function handle requires more t...

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Get substring from text

S = {'Hi B', 'Hi A', 'Hey guys D can''t come', 'Too Bad C', 'I Feel bad for D'}; names = {'A', 'B', 'C', 'D'}; namepattern =...

Get substring from text

S = {'Hi B', 'Hi A', 'Hey guys D can''t come', 'Too Bad C', 'I Feel bad for D'}; names = {'A', 'B', 'C', 'D'}; namepattern =...

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How to save UIFIGURE or UITABLE as a jpg?

it seems uitable cannot (anymore) be added to a figure but must be added to uifigure That is not correct. uit = uitable(figure...

How to save UIFIGURE or UITABLE as a jpg?

it seems uitable cannot (anymore) be added to a figure but must be added to uifigure That is not correct. uit = uitable(figure...

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Some aspects of the array syntax are great, others are a bit puzzling

[1 2 [3 4] 5] is short for horzcat(1, 2, [3 4], 5) which in turn would be short for horzcat(1, 2, horzcat(3, 4), 5) and the...

Some aspects of the array syntax are great, others are a bit puzzling

[1 2 [3 4] 5] is short for horzcat(1, 2, [3 4], 5) which in turn would be short for horzcat(1, 2, horzcat(3, 4), 5) and the...

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Encode and Decode Problem

fread() returns a column vector by default. c = fread(fid) .';

Encode and Decode Problem

fread() returns a column vector by default. c = fread(fid) .';

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Plugging in matrix values into function handle of more than 1 variables

x=sym('x',[1 9]); x0=sym('x0',[1 9]); Yr=sym('Yr',[3 3]); Yi=sym('Yi',[3 3]); f(1,1)=x(1)+Yr(2,2)*x0(3)+Yi(1,2)*x(4)+Yr(3,3)...

Plugging in matrix values into function handle of more than 1 variables

x=sym('x',[1 9]); x0=sym('x0',[1 9]); Yr=sym('Yr',[3 3]); Yi=sym('Yi',[3 3]); f(1,1)=x(1)+Yr(2,2)*x0(3)+Yi(1,2)*x(4)+Yr(3,3)...

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DataStore function returns an error

Notice from the header that this is R2018b. Notice from the output that R2018b does not have a problem with that command.

DataStore function returns an error

Notice from the header that this is R2018b. Notice from the output that R2018b does not have a problem with that command.

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Understanding how to use the function griddata

graph = xlsread('Path3.xlsx'); x=graph(:,1); y=graph(:,2); z=graph(:,3); [X,Y]= meshgrid(x,y); Z = griddata(x,y,z,X,Y); su...

Understanding how to use the function griddata

graph = xlsread('Path3.xlsx'); x=graph(:,1); y=graph(:,2); z=graph(:,3); [X,Y]= meshgrid(x,y); Z = griddata(x,y,z,X,Y); su...

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