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Datacursormode

Yes this is possible and documented under "Creating Multiple Data Tips" on: <http://www.mathworks.com/help/techdoc/creating_p...

Datacursormode

Yes this is possible and documented under "Creating Multiple Data Tips" on: <http://www.mathworks.com/help/techdoc/creating_p...

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Database Connectivity in MATLAB 2010B picks up only one row from Oracle

Please consider using JDBC drivers instead of ODBC: # They are more reliable on 64-bit Windows. # They should perform better...

Database Connectivity in MATLAB 2010B picks up only one row from Oracle

Please consider using JDBC drivers instead of ODBC: # They are more reliable on 64-bit Windows. # They should perform better...

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Extendable, but bacward compatible M code.

Working with structures is indeed an option. Other options include working with VARARGIN and VARARGOUT: <http://www.mathworks.c...

Extendable, but bacward compatible M code.

Working with structures is indeed an option. Other options include working with VARARGIN and VARARGOUT: <http://www.mathworks.c...

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Forcing a singleton to be treated as a SAFEARRAY

The default data conversion rules for MATLAB's COM interface convert all non-scalar MATLAB arrays into 2-dimensional SAFEARRAYs...

Forcing a singleton to be treated as a SAFEARRAY

The default data conversion rules for MATLAB's COM interface convert all non-scalar MATLAB arrays into 2-dimensional SAFEARRAYs...

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Mex Error: undeclared identifier What does this mean?

USE_DEFAULT_SIM_STATE is defined in simstruc.h so it sounds like you may be missing the following include in your C code: #...

Mex Error: undeclared identifier What does this mean?

USE_DEFAULT_SIM_STATE is defined in simstruc.h so it sounds like you may be missing the following include in your C code: #...

13 years ago | 0

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Simple GUI to allow Surface plot from excel

There are various ways in which you can call MATLAB from Excel: * <http://www.mathworks.com/products/excellink/ Spreadsheet L...

Simple GUI to allow Surface plot from excel

There are various ways in which you can call MATLAB from Excel: * <http://www.mathworks.com/products/excellink/ Spreadsheet L...

13 years ago | 0

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Inserting a column in a matrix without deleting any column

Suppose you have: >> A=reshape(1:16,4,4) A = 1 5 9 13 2 6 10 14 3 ...

Inserting a column in a matrix without deleting any column

Suppose you have: >> A=reshape(1:16,4,4) A = 1 5 9 13 2 6 10 14 3 ...

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Import data from GUI into cell

Suppose you have: A = 'a b c'; Possibly obtained by: A = get(handles.myTextEdit,'String'); Then to get each char...

Import data from GUI into cell

Suppose you have: A = 'a b c'; Possibly obtained by: A = get(handles.myTextEdit,'String'); Then to get each char...

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Embed a Matlab graph in a C++ GUI application

You cannot embed an "interactive graph" into your C++ GUI, static graphs should work though. So you are then just displaying the...

Embed a Matlab graph in a C++ GUI application

You cannot embed an "interactive graph" into your C++ GUI, static graphs should work though. So you are then just displaying the...

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Combining legend data

What you could do here is first change your code a little to obtain handles to the plot: p1= plot(4.5+rand(1,50),'o'); ...

Combining legend data

What you could do here is first change your code a little to obtain handles to the plot: p1= plot(4.5+rand(1,50),'o'); ...

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Iteration of changing discrete variables

You do not necessarily need to have a "standard increase" in a FOR-loop variable, for example the following code is valid: ...

Iteration of changing discrete variables

You do not necessarily need to have a "standard increase" in a FOR-loop variable, for example the following code is valid: ...

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Use of C++ External Interfaces API with Matlab Compiler Run Time

The following section of the MATLAB documentation tells you which libraries are needed to be able to use the MAT-File API from e...

Use of C++ External Interfaces API with Matlab Compiler Run Time

The following section of the MATLAB documentation tells you which libraries are needed to be able to use the MAT-File API from e...

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"From Workspace" time delay

If you right-click a block and select "Block Properties..." you can enter a Priority which influences the order in which blocks ...

"From Workspace" time delay

If you right-click a block and select "Block Properties..." you can enter a Priority which influences the order in which blocks ...

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I have 2 columns and 10 rows of numerical data in my excel file. How to import this data in to MATLAB and then plot it?

Importing data from Excel can be done using the “readtable” function. For example, to read all data from myfile.xls: T =...

I have 2 columns and 10 rows of numerical data in my excel file. How to import this data in to MATLAB and then plot it?

Importing data from Excel can be done using the “readtable” function. For example, to read all data from myfile.xls: T =...

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How to create windows forms in MATLAB?

I assume you are talking about .NET's Windows Forms, if so you would need to start with loading the correct Assembly: NET.a...

How to create windows forms in MATLAB?

I assume you are talking about .NET's Windows Forms, if so you would need to start with loading the correct Assembly: NET.a...

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Can you load compiled code from an icon?

Yes that should be possible; simply create a new shortcut, on for example your desktop, by: 1. Right-clicking on your desktop...

Can you load compiled code from an icon?

Yes that should be possible; simply create a new shortcut, on for example your desktop, by: 1. Right-clicking on your desktop...

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How to search for specific numbers in a structure with cell matrix

Suppose you have vectors: t = 1:10; y = t.^2; And you want to plot(t,y) where for example 2 < t < 5. You could use th...

How to search for specific numbers in a structure with cell matrix

Suppose you have vectors: t = 1:10; y = t.^2; And you want to plot(t,y) where for example 2 < t < 5. You could use th...

13 years ago | 0

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calling Java methods using JNI/C++ (via Swig) from Matlab -> UnsatisfiesLinkError

Please make sure you add both your JAR-file and the directory containing the native library to MATLAB's *static* Java Path. So d...

calling Java methods using JNI/C++ (via Swig) from Matlab -> UnsatisfiesLinkError

Please make sure you add both your JAR-file and the directory containing the native library to MATLAB's *static* Java Path. So d...

13 years ago | 0

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Line break in "question dialog"

Functions like INPUTDLG and MSGBOX do not interpret '\n' characters; SPRINTF does however. So using SPRINTF should do the trick:...

Line break in "question dialog"

Functions like INPUTDLG and MSGBOX do not interpret '\n' characters; SPRINTF does however. So using SPRINTF should do the trick:...

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is it possible to specify a project library only

You should be able to use private functions for this. More information about private functions can be found in the MATLAB docume...

is it possible to specify a project library only

You should be able to use private functions for this. More information about private functions can be found in the MATLAB docume...

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