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Why is the automatic time labeling of my plot in quarters?

It turns out the time variable is a datenum, and when you are plotting them, you can choose the time labelling format using date...

Why is the automatic time labeling of my plot in quarters?

It turns out the time variable is a datenum, and when you are plotting them, you can choose the time labelling format using date...

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Why is the automatic time labeling of my plot in quarters?

I am plotting a timeseries object* and the automatic date labelling of the x-axis is, unfortunately, in financial quarters (Q1-2...

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Using controlchart with specified time vector

Here is what I have tried. The time labeling on the x-axis is not as nice as plots that use datetime; for my real data, it is la...

Using controlchart with specified time vector

Here is what I have tried. The time labeling on the x-axis is not as nice as plots that use datetime; for my real data, it is la...

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Using controlchart with specified time vector

I have some measurements consisting of an irregularly-sampled datetime vector and measured values, and I would like to use the c...

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Fastest recursive search for files

From this answer, I learned that dir can search recursively for files in subdirectories, and it is about 3X faster than what I h...

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Checking if a nested field exists in a structure

I found a useful function isnestedfield.m in this answer provided by Thorsten, so I will close out this question.

Checking if a nested field exists in a structure

I found a useful function isnestedfield.m in this answer provided by Thorsten, so I will close out this question.

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Checking if a nested field exists in a structure

I am building a structure whose fields and subfields are nested structures. I would like to cycle through a subfield, determine ...

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How to fit a common linear trend observed across multiple sensors?

Let's say I have 10 noisy sensors measuring temperature vs time, and I want to fit a linear trend which is common across all 10 ...

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How to retrieve a table entry using row name?

The function anova returns a 3x5 table and I would like retreive the value from the row named Model and column named pValue. How...

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Getting a command like gather to run silently

I am using the command gather many times in a loop, and it throws out the following updates each time, Evaluating tall expressi...

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Do I need anything more than a db file and the Database Toolbox to access a Sybase database?

I have been given two files MyDatabase.db and MyDatabase.log file by a coworker, who said they are a Sybase database. To access ...

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Divide a 3D shape into equal-volume subregions?

Based on the comments, my original question was too open ended, so I am answering this to bring it to a close. A simple 3D divis...

Divide a 3D shape into equal-volume subregions?

Based on the comments, my original question was too open ended, so I am answering this to bring it to a close. A simple 3D divis...

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Divide a 3D shape into equal-volume subregions?

I have a 3D shape that can be approximated with Delauny triangularization or a convex hull. I would like to divide the shape int...

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Are these the same: set(0, ... and set(groot, ...

Let's say I always want graphics to appear a certain way, so I put commands to set graphic preferences in my startup.m file. I h...

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What is the default transfer function for fitnet?

Greg, do you happe to know where in the documentation it says that tansig is the default? I can only find how to list all the ...

What is the default transfer function for fitnet?

Greg, do you happe to know where in the documentation it says that tansig is the default? I can only find how to list all the ...

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Matlab equivalent for Octave command bitunpack

I have an Octave program that I would like to turn into Matlab code. The sticking point is the Octave bitunpack command, which r...

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Is there a function in MATLAB for detecting points inside a polyhedron?

You could use inpolyhedron from the FEX, discussed here.

Is there a function in MATLAB for detecting points inside a polyhedron?

You could use inpolyhedron from the FEX, discussed here.

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How to get handle to legend in a specific axes?

I would like to find the handle to one legend that appears in a specific subplot, while there are a lot of other plots with lege...

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How to migrate command history to new computer?

Here is what I figured out from this answer, in case it helps someone. At the Matlab command prompt on old computer #1, enter ...

How to migrate command history to new computer?

Here is what I figured out from this answer, in case it helps someone. At the Matlab command prompt on old computer #1, enter ...

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How to migrate command history to new computer?

I have been using Matlab 2019b on one computer, and need to install it on another. Is there any way I can migrate my command his...

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Setting different properties for some line objects stored in the same handle

Let's say I have a handle h1 that contains several line objects, like so: h1 = plot(1:10, rand(10, 25)); % h1 contains 10 line ...

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Accessing field data in nonscalar structure array

Let's say I have a nested non-scalar structure array, Patient(1).Vitals.weight = 185; Patient(1).Vitals.temperature = [98 96 1...

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DOCTYPE error from xmlread

It turns out this was not an xmlread issue, and has nothing to do with AllowDoc, but instead is due to a problem with the XML fi...

DOCTYPE error from xmlread

It turns out this was not an xmlread issue, and has nothing to do with AllowDoc, but instead is due to a problem with the XML fi...

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DOCTYPE error from xmlread

I have been given an XML file and am trying to read it with xmlread. If I call it either of the following ways, DOMNode = xmlre...

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Is it possible to have a zero value in the pie-chart data in MATLAB 7.6 (R2008a)?

If you are doing this to plot a pie which is missing a slice, see here ('Partial Pie').

Is it possible to have a zero value in the pie-chart data in MATLAB 7.6 (R2008a)?

If you are doing this to plot a pie which is missing a slice, see here ('Partial Pie').

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"The handle is invalid" when running an exe

Passing along the solution from here in case it helps someone: Due to the popup window that the exe generates, I needed to add a...

"The handle is invalid" when running an exe

Passing along the solution from here in case it helps someone: Due to the popup window that the exe generates, I needed to add a...

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"The handle is invalid" when running an exe

I would like to run an executable from the Matlab command line. However when I try system('MyProgram.exe') I get the error, U...

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How can I move my MATLAB Path from my old version of MATLAB over to a new version?

Upgrading to R2019b from R2019a, I copied my personal directories into the new pathdef.m file using the R2019b matlab editor and...

How can I move my MATLAB Path from my old version of MATLAB over to a new version?

Upgrading to R2019b from R2019a, I copied my personal directories into the new pathdef.m file using the R2019b matlab editor and...

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How to match an image subset in an image?

Let's say I have image #1, and a second smaller image #2 containing some of the pixels from image #1. The pixels in image #2 wer...

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