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Changing image rendering?
Basically you are rendering a binary image, and you're getting gray levels instead of just black and white? What are you using ...

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When does an update to a function come into effect?
If I edit an existing function, and save the file, when does that change come into effect, in the following scenarios: Code is ...

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Matlab editor doubt - edit running code
In more recent versions of MATLAB, if you drag a file from a folder into the editor window, that file will open immediately, eve...

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How can I render points in 3D such that they correctly occlude each other
When I use plot3() to render points (using the OpenGL renderer, in hardware mode, with full hardware support), the occlusion of ...

2 years ago | 0 answers | 0

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How to display 70 128*128 images in Matlab from a mat file
The imdisp method in the <https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/16233-sc-powerful-image-rendering sc> FEX submiss...

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Plot 2D images in 3D scatter plot
h = surface(X, Y, Z, im, 'facecolor', 'texturemap', 'edgecolor', 'none'); alpha(h, 0.5); X, Y, and Z are each 2x2 matric...

3 years ago | 0

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Which standard MATLAB functions do you shadow with your own version, and why?
When you have two functions on your MATLAB path with the same name, the function in the directory higher up the path gets called...

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Which standard MATLAB functions do you shadow with your own version, and why?
I shadow *bsxfun* with my own version, which calls the builtin function bsxfun for all inputs except symbolic ones, for which I ...

4 years ago | 0

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Which standard MATLAB functions do you shadow with your own version, and why?
I shadow *dot* and *cross* with my own versions, which extend the standard functionality to allow for inputs which have <https:/...

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How do *you* debug mex files on Mac OS
<https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/249023-debugging-c-mex-files-in-xcode-7-on-el-capitan#answer_197054 This> is ho...

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Debugging C++ mex files in Xcode 7 on El Capitan
I have been able to hit a breakpoint in my mex code, within the Xcode IDE, by doing the following steps: # <https://www.mathw...

4 years ago | 0

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Debugging C++ mex files in Xcode 7 on El Capitan
I build the mex file as a command line project in Xcode, using the following custom build settings: <</matlabcentral/answers/...

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Which MATLAB operations/functions need speeding up?
MATLAB has no documented functions for reading JSON files, and the internal, undocumented method: matlab.internal.webservic...

5 years ago | 0

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How to compute the hash of a string using SHA algorithms
The Java-based solution can be found <http://uk.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/45323-how-to-calculate-hash-sum-of-a-string-...

5 years ago | 1

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How to calculate hash sum of a string (using java)?
A similar solution: %STRING2HASH Convert a string to a 64 char hex hash string (256 bit hash) % % hash = string2has...

5 years ago | 0

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How can I access an API which requires OAuth 2.0 authorization, such as Google APIs
Some REST APIs, such as <https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/reporting/core/v3/gdataAuthorization Google Analytics...

5 years ago | 2 answers | 0

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Returning and passing void pointers to mex functions
Whilst you are not interfacing to a C++ class, much of a similar discussion on how to reuse a pointer to a C++ class is relevant...

5 years ago | 1

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How to prevent Matlab from GPU switching on Macbook Pro?
If you don't need the desktop, then you can run the command window only version of MATLAB by calling the following in a terminal...

5 years ago | 0

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Which MATLAB operations/functions need speeding up?
Matrix operations involving the transpose of a sparse matrix, especially J' * J and J' * K, where J is a very tall matrix. Const...

5 years ago | 0

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Are the values in each compressed column of a sparse matrix stored in order?
Since it is possible to write the column data in any order from a mex file, I would say *no*. However, I tried three methods ...

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Are the values in each compressed column of a sparse matrix stored in order?
If I have a sparse column vector (e.g. a column of a sparse matrix), and I'm accessing the elements of that vector in a mex file...

5 years ago | 1 answer | 0

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Debugging C++ mex files in Xcode 7 on El Capitan
I have just migrated to MAC OS, and am trying to debug a mex file for the first time. I'm using MATLAB R2015b and Xcode 7.0.1 on...

6 years ago | 2 answers | 1

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How do *you* debug mex files on Mac OS
I'm having trouble <http://uk.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/249023-debugging-c-mex-files-in-xcode-7-on-el-capitan debuggin...

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imagesc() Y Axis Log Scale Not Working (Help!)
If you want to avoid pcolor, you can resample the image at the log scale locations, then use imagesc to display that.

6 years ago | 0

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Which MATLAB operations/functions need speeding up?
TYPECAST Typecast uses a deep copy rather than a shared data copy, as explained by James Tursa in his <http://www.mathworks.c...

6 years ago | 0

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Is A./B different from B.\A?
Given two matrices, A and B, will A./B ever give a different answer from B.\A, or are these two expressions equivalent? It se...

6 years ago | 2 answers | 1

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Which MATLAB operations/functions need speeding up?
IMFILTER with separable filters on multi-channel images. This particular use case of imfilter is actually slower than using c...

6 years ago | 0

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Which MATLAB operations/functions need speeding up?
It needs a NOP function - a builtin function which does absolutely nothing, but extremely quickly. In compiled languages like...

6 years ago | 0

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Creating movie from Images from a for loop
Produce your images programmatically, rather than by exporting a figure, if you can, as it will be much faster. <http://www.math...

6 years ago | 0

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Given a named function, how can I call this function, and not the subfunction of the same name?
My function is passed the name of a function (as a string). It just so happens that my function contains a subfunction of that n...

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