How can I use "createTrainingSet" command?

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Chia Hao Yeh
Chia Hao Yeh on 30 Jul 2019
Answered: DIANA EARSHIA on 17 Aug 2021
I refer to the "Single Image Super-Resolution Using Deep Learning" example in the Matlab document.
But I can't use the "createTrainingSet" command. I have installed all the installation packages.
The error message is "Undefined function or variable 'createTrainingSet'."
And I can't use "matRead", "superResolutionMetrics", witch said in the same error message, too.
Can anyone give me the code for this command? Or any other solution about it. Thanks a lot.
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Hasnae AGOURAM
Hasnae AGOURAM on 5 Jun 2020
you can search on matlab folder installation

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Hari Krishna Ravuri
Hari Krishna Ravuri on 2 Aug 2019
Hi,
I understand that you are trying the "Single Image Super-Resolution Using Deep Learning" example and unable to use the createTrainingSet.There is no function with the name createTrainingSet in MATLAB, perhaps you are confusing with the helper function createVDSRTrainingSet. In the same way, matRead and superResolutionMetrics are helper functions.The example specified in https://www.mathworks.com/help/images/single-image-super-resolution-using-deep-learning.html seems fine.
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Anh Duong
Anh Duong on 23 Apr 2021
Hi Hari,
I tried the same example. Matlab does not seem to know what is matRead. I get the error "Function matRead does not exist." yet when I type in "help matRead", I get this:
'matRead' is used in the following examples:
JPEG Image Deblocking Using Deep Learning
3-D Brain Tumor Segmentation Using Deep Learning
Single Image Super-Resolution Using Deep Learning
I know matRead byt sents me that the function does not exist,
Please HELP!

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DIANA EARSHIA
DIANA EARSHIA on 17 Aug 2021
The functions createVDSRTrainingSet, matRead and superResolutionMetrics are defined seperately. try to open the entire code using matlab online. u can find codes for these function

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