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Linear mixed models not working

In your first equation with random effect, you see that the random effect estimate is 0. If you check your data, you will find o...

Linear mixed models not working

In your first equation with random effect, you see that the random effect estimate is 0. If you check your data, you will find o...

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how to detemine this residual matrix ?

Interesting. This is an application of the detrended fluctuation analysis (DFA) to a 2D image. Based on what your screenshot sho...

how to detemine this residual matrix ?

Interesting. This is an application of the detrended fluctuation analysis (DFA) to a 2D image. Based on what your screenshot sho...

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Finding RRI fluctuations (ECG) in 1s windows

Your question isn't quite clear. If you want to get fluctuations of subsequent points in a time series as you described above, y...

Finding RRI fluctuations (ECG) in 1s windows

Your question isn't quite clear. If you want to get fluctuations of subsequent points in a time series as you described above, y...

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Prevent colorbar label overlapping with subplots axis

You can specify the Position property of each Axes to the position you'd like it to be at, instead of using subplot. I found thi...

Prevent colorbar label overlapping with subplots axis

You can specify the Position property of each Axes to the position you'd like it to be at, instead of using subplot. I found thi...

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How to add " significant star " (*) to errorbar plot ?

This can be added using text function. You simply fake it using text label. For example, text(x, y, '$\asterisk$', 'Interpretati...

How to add " significant star " (*) to errorbar plot ?

This can be added using text function. You simply fake it using text label. For example, text(x, y, '$\asterisk$', 'Interpretati...

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Logistic mixed-effect regression example

You could use fitglme now to fit mixed effect logistic regression models. You can specify the distribution as Binomial and this ...

Logistic mixed-effect regression example

You could use fitglme now to fit mixed effect logistic regression models. You can specify the distribution as Binomial and this ...

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Mixed terms and fitlmematrix

For new versions of MATLAB, you can use fitlm, fitlme, fitglme which allows table input, and allows formulas. But if you use fi...

Mixed terms and fitlmematrix

For new versions of MATLAB, you can use fitlm, fitlme, fitglme which allows table input, and allows formulas. But if you use fi...

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Mixed effect linear regression model with multiple independent observations

Also found this old post related to LME. Below is my opion for future readers. My interpretation of the output: The CNR decrea...

Mixed effect linear regression model with multiple independent observations

Also found this old post related to LME. Below is my opion for future readers. My interpretation of the output: The CNR decrea...

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Mixed-effect regression with repeated measures

This is also an old post now. I guess what the author of this post meant to use subject as a random effect, not a fixed effect, ...

Mixed-effect regression with repeated measures

This is also an old post now. I guess what the author of this post meant to use subject as a random effect, not a fixed effect, ...

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How can I fit a linear mixed-effects model with only quadratic/second-order terms?

This is an old post now. Just for future readers, you can explicitly get rid of any items you don't want by minus it. For the qu...

How can I fit a linear mixed-effects model with only quadratic/second-order terms?

This is an old post now. Just for future readers, you can explicitly get rid of any items you don't want by minus it. For the qu...

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How to interpret FFT output signal?

Based on your code, your sampling frequency is 1/3 Hz. There is no way you can detect a component of 0.316 Hz using 1/3 Hz sampl...

How to interpret FFT output signal?

Based on your code, your sampling frequency is 1/3 Hz. There is no way you can detect a component of 0.316 Hz using 1/3 Hz sampl...

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Which formula fits better for this Linear Mixed-Effects Model?

To understand your dataset, I still believe that descriptive statics can give you the broad general picture. In terms of statist...

Which formula fits better for this Linear Mixed-Effects Model?

To understand your dataset, I still believe that descriptive statics can give you the broad general picture. In terms of statist...

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readtable with multiple date formats

A workaround for me I think is to just load that column in string format. After loading you can do some cleaning before you conv...

readtable with multiple date formats

A workaround for me I think is to just load that column in string format. After loading you can do some cleaning before you conv...

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Averaging subsets of a large dataset

You can load this datasheet to matlab using readtable. after that, you have a table variable that allows easier manipulation. T...

Averaging subsets of a large dataset

You can load this datasheet to matlab using readtable. after that, you have a table variable that allows easier manipulation. T...

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Integrate kernel probability distribution function

https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/trapz.html trapz is a function that deals with numerical integration. Check the above...

Integrate kernel probability distribution function

https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/trapz.html trapz is a function that deals with numerical integration. Check the above...

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LME and multiple comparisons

If I understand your question correctly, you were asking a post hoc comparison issue? coefTest method of LinearMixedModel object...

LME and multiple comparisons

If I understand your question correctly, you were asking a post hoc comparison issue? coefTest method of LinearMixedModel object...

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I am looking for a function in R that can help me deal with the different structures of the variance-covariance matrix. And thank you in advance

are you looking for solutions in MATLAB or in R? This is the community for MATLAB. and get back to your question, fitlme or fit...

I am looking for a function in R that can help me deal with the different structures of the variance-covariance matrix. And thank you in advance

are you looking for solutions in MATLAB or in R? This is the community for MATLAB. and get back to your question, fitlme or fit...

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speed up renamecats/categorical multiple columns

I have a huge csv file of about 16GB which over 9k columns. Each column is initially filled with some codes (either integer or s...

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Extracting and plotting max/min values from timeseries

Better take advantage of table format and splitapply function. tbl = readtable('data.csv'); tbl.day = day(tbl.Date); tbl.h...

Extracting and plotting max/min values from timeseries

Better take advantage of table format and splitapply function. tbl = readtable('data.csv'); tbl.day = day(tbl.Date); tbl.h...

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What does the ' symbol mean?

transpose. https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/transpose.html

What does the ' symbol mean?

transpose. https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/transpose.html

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datastore readsize and buffer chunk

I am working with a single csv file of over 10G size. I'm trying to use mapreduce to perform some analyses. The program works as...

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How can i get contour plot like this?

https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/contourf.html This might be what you need.

How can i get contour plot like this?

https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/contourf.html This might be what you need.

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Can some one please tell me how to find the maximum amplitude frequency of the ecg signal? I have attached below my code. I keep getting maximum frequency at 0 Hz.

try Y = fft(ecgData - mean(ecgData), NFFT); It is expected that the DC contains most of the energy of the signal. You could e...

Can some one please tell me how to find the maximum amplitude frequency of the ecg signal? I have attached below my code. I keep getting maximum frequency at 0 Hz.

try Y = fft(ecgData - mean(ecgData), NFFT); It is expected that the DC contains most of the energy of the signal. You could e...

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Having trouble with legend

Try this %Line Colors strColor = {'-r','-g','-b'}; %Legend String strLegend = {'nSamples = 5','nSamples = 10','nSamples = 15...

Having trouble with legend

Try this %Line Colors strColor = {'-r','-g','-b'}; %Legend String strLegend = {'nSamples = 5','nSamples = 10','nSamples = 15...

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convert a double matrix in cell within a table

t = table([ones(1, 4); ones(1, 4)*2; ones(1, 4)*3]) t = 3×1 table Var1 ________________ 1...

convert a double matrix in cell within a table

t = table([ones(1, 4); ones(1, 4)*2; ones(1, 4)*3]) t = 3×1 table Var1 ________________ 1...

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Finding average of a large csv file

why do you need a loop? you said you have ONE cvs file with 1 column and 301 rows? you just need to import the cvs file and do t...

Finding average of a large csv file

why do you need a loop? you said you have ONE cvs file with 1 column and 301 rows? you just need to import the cvs file and do t...

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Indices of the values for which two conditions are true

tbl = table(abbrev(:), firstword(:), number(:)); [gp, outTbl] = findgroups(tbl(:, 1:2)); outTbl.sum = splitapply(@sum, tbl.(3)...

Indices of the values for which two conditions are true

tbl = table(abbrev(:), firstword(:), number(:)); [gp, outTbl] = findgroups(tbl(:, 1:2)); outTbl.sum = splitapply(@sum, tbl.(3)...

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Help with Linear Mixed effects model formulas

For statistical questions, the first thing we ask is what the hypothesis is. From your equation, I guess you'd like to examine ...

Help with Linear Mixed effects model formulas

For statistical questions, the first thing we ask is what the hypothesis is. From your equation, I guess you'd like to examine ...

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How can i export data from an 'edit text box' in app designer to an excel file?

I assume that you have properties linked to each of these values. In the callback, you can create a structure or a table involv...

How can i export data from an 'edit text box' in app designer to an excel file?

I assume that you have properties linked to each of these values. In the callback, you can create a structure or a table involv...

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Is There a Way to Execute splitapply Functionality on Subtables of Master Table?

you'd better do this way: splitapply(@(x) sum(x, 1), T{:, 2:3}, G);

Is There a Way to Execute splitapply Functionality on Subtables of Master Table?

you'd better do this way: splitapply(@(x) sum(x, 1), T{:, 2:3}, G);

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