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while doing curve-fitting for custom equation, error is occuring??

If your input data contains or spans x=0, your first logaritm will not be defined. In addition, if your x exceeds 1, your second...

while doing curve-fitting for custom equation, error is occuring??

If your input data contains or spans x=0, your first logaritm will not be defined. In addition, if your x exceeds 1, your second...

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Delete 335 values every 335th time.

It is entirely possible that there is a much easier way to go about this - but here is nevertheless a way. I've made a for loop ...

Delete 335 values every 335th time.

It is entirely possible that there is a much easier way to go about this - but here is nevertheless a way. I've made a for loop ...

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How can I check if the next generated row has no repetitions in the same columns in the previous row using a while loop

Your problem is that the check you add in the end, (s (:, j)) ~ = 1, examines if the sum in column j is more than 1 - but the in...

How can I check if the next generated row has no repetitions in the same columns in the previous row using a while loop

Your problem is that the check you add in the end, (s (:, j)) ~ = 1, examines if the sum in column j is more than 1 - but the in...

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Calculating grades in a while loop

You don't need a while loop for that - it is easy with logic indexing, like so: score=[82 75 78 82 90 87]; A=score(score>=90)...

Calculating grades in a while loop

You don't need a while loop for that - it is easy with logic indexing, like so: score=[82 75 78 82 90 87]; A=score(score>=90)...

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How to plot an ultrashort light pulse

A true monochromatic laser beam can never achieve ultrashort pulse lenghts. Ultrashort pulses make use of interference of light ...

How to plot an ultrashort light pulse

A true monochromatic laser beam can never achieve ultrashort pulse lenghts. Ultrashort pulses make use of interference of light ...

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How to plot only positive values?

You can use logical indexing. posY=Y(Y>0); posX=X(Y>0); %the X values for which it is true that the value of Y in the corres...

How to plot only positive values?

You can use logical indexing. posY=Y(Y>0); posX=X(Y>0); %the X values for which it is true that the value of Y in the corres...

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How to create a matrix for plotting surf(x,y,z) from multiple .dat files?

I hope your data files are in order! :) First, get arrays of your filenames, and then create a loop withinwhich you use the fu...

How to create a matrix for plotting surf(x,y,z) from multiple .dat files?

I hope your data files are in order! :) First, get arrays of your filenames, and then create a loop withinwhich you use the fu...

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Change for loop stepsize

I think, when you create the for phaseerror = 0:stepsize:limit loop, you have already determined your increment - you cannot cha...

Change for loop stepsize

I think, when you create the for phaseerror = 0:stepsize:limit loop, you have already determined your increment - you cannot cha...

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How to plot multiple plot in the same figure inside for-loop

If hold on is used, matlab will add plot commands to the active axes (or active figure, if you will), unless you specify otherwi...

How to plot multiple plot in the same figure inside for-loop

If hold on is used, matlab will add plot commands to the active axes (or active figure, if you will), unless you specify otherwi...

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Make gui for function CROSSIT

Try to read your error. "There is no 'srting' property of the 'uicontrol' class." Does that look right to you? Its a simple ty...

Make gui for function CROSSIT

Try to read your error. "There is no 'srting' property of the 'uicontrol' class." Does that look right to you? Its a simple ty...

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i want to find the values in the x axis for the respective y axis

You seem to do your autocorrelation in steps of 1. What is the precision you are after? Is it simply "the first time SWH drops b...

i want to find the values in the x axis for the respective y axis

You seem to do your autocorrelation in steps of 1. What is the precision you are after? Is it simply "the first time SWH drops b...

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How to calculate some statistical moments for every cell of a cell array?

A good way to troubleshoot is to insert a keyboard line - it pauses the code, and allows you to see "what matlab sees" mid-execu...

How to calculate some statistical moments for every cell of a cell array?

A good way to troubleshoot is to insert a keyboard line - it pauses the code, and allows you to see "what matlab sees" mid-execu...

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How to take an integer input from matalab file and put it in app designer as an enter box number ?

Lets call your app GUI. First define a text box on the GUI; TextEdit=uicontrol('Style','Edit','Units', 'normalized','string'...

How to take an integer input from matalab file and put it in app designer as an enter box number ?

Lets call your app GUI. First define a text box on the GUI; TextEdit=uicontrol('Style','Edit','Units', 'normalized','string'...

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Import data TXT File to Matlab

You will want to clean up your files a little before importing them; Matlab can understand ; , : tabs and spaces as delimiters, ...

Import data TXT File to Matlab

You will want to clean up your files a little before importing them; Matlab can understand ; , : tabs and spaces as delimiters, ...

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Creation of a loop code

This partition function might help. Call plist=partitions(100,1:100,[],3); and you will get a 833x100 matrix where the sum of th...

Creation of a loop code

This partition function might help. Call plist=partitions(100,1:100,[],3); and you will get a 833x100 matrix where the sum of th...

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How to write function with multiple input and output (Function for Optimization based on Experimental data)

a(i) wants to assign a single value into a vector, a, on the ith index. But alpha(:,1) refers to every value iin the first colum...

How to write function with multiple input and output (Function for Optimization based on Experimental data)

a(i) wants to assign a single value into a vector, a, on the ith index. But alpha(:,1) refers to every value iin the first colum...

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Confidence intervals for fitlme

If you look at the linear mixed model documentation you should be able to extract the confidence interval values from lme.Coeffi...

Confidence intervals for fitlme

If you look at the linear mixed model documentation you should be able to extract the confidence interval values from lme.Coeffi...

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Plots at cut off frequency

You could look at a function to find the frequency value of your peak, and then set your x limit to exclude that region. For exa...

Plots at cut off frequency

You could look at a function to find the frequency value of your peak, and then set your x limit to exclude that region. For exa...

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3D matrix (I guess is an indexing question?)

matr(ct1,ct2,:)=[1:(k-1) (k+1):9 0]; Is this what you want?

3D matrix (I guess is an indexing question?)

matr(ct1,ct2,:)=[1:(k-1) (k+1):9 0]; Is this what you want?

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Creating a Loop for my work

There is indeed! A basic loop runs through integer numbers that you specify. You can then convert these numbers to strings - whi...

Creating a Loop for my work

There is indeed! A basic loop runs through integer numbers that you specify. You can then convert these numbers to strings - whi...

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Setting up and plotting functions

It does, indeed, need to be given some inputs. Matlab has no way of knowing what a, b, c and x are. function F(x,a,b,c); y = ...

Setting up and plotting functions

It does, indeed, need to be given some inputs. Matlab has no way of knowing what a, b, c and x are. function F(x,a,b,c); y = ...

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How do you pass MATLAB date (or user input) to SQL query for execution

I remember struggling alot with this when I first started out grabbing data from SQL servers. I found that an approach where I c...

How do you pass MATLAB date (or user input) to SQL query for execution

I remember struggling alot with this when I first started out grabbing data from SQL servers. I found that an approach where I c...

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Export Curve Fitting tool results

You can create such a table yourself (although I dont understand how you get the interpolation function without having such a ta...

Export Curve Fitting tool results

You can create such a table yourself (although I dont understand how you get the interpolation function without having such a ta...

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Export cell array xlswrite

Looping is the way to go. Depending on the dimensions of your cell you need to modify this, but for an example cell array named ...

Export cell array xlswrite

Looping is the way to go. Depending on the dimensions of your cell you need to modify this, but for an example cell array named ...

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How to store each iteration data, which is having multiple loops

You can add a third dimension to your matrix easily enough, your result p will now be a 3D matrix. (You can even add a 4th dimen...

How to store each iteration data, which is having multiple loops

You can add a third dimension to your matrix easily enough, your result p will now be a 3D matrix. (You can even add a 4th dimen...

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Plot3 using 3 vectors of different length,

The answer is in your error message. Plot3 plots a series of points (x,y,z) - the same would happen if you tried to plot(x,y) wi...

Plot3 using 3 vectors of different length,

The answer is in your error message. Plot3 plots a series of points (x,y,z) - the same would happen if you tried to plot(x,y) wi...

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Finding the percentage of NaN cells in columns

Lets say you have a vector A. isnan(A) gives you a vector of same dimension of A, with 0 on all indexes with a value, and 1 in a...

Finding the percentage of NaN cells in columns

Lets say you have a vector A. isnan(A) gives you a vector of same dimension of A, with 0 on all indexes with a value, and 1 in a...

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How to export Excel files to the specific folder?

You can find the answer in the documentation for the writetable function. You must simply format your filename to be E:\AZAR\xls...

How to export Excel files to the specific folder?

You can find the answer in the documentation for the writetable function. You must simply format your filename to be E:\AZAR\xls...

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Could someone tell me an easy way to plot graph when kk varies from 1 to 100?

Do you need all the variables open with every information in the workspace after the plotting? If not, I would do something like...

Could someone tell me an easy way to plot graph when kk varies from 1 to 100?

Do you need all the variables open with every information in the workspace after the plotting? If not, I would do something like...

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simple for cycle!

Think what happens for massa_pos when i=1. Nothing happens, because massa(i) is negative. But when you get to i=7, you then get ...

simple for cycle!

Think what happens for massa_pos when i=1. Nothing happens, because massa(i) is negative. But when you get to i=7, you then get ...

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