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Alden Scientific

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Head of Modeling and Statistics at Alden Scientific. Obsessive runner. Professional Interests: Predictive modeling, statistics. (I don't respond to email via author page, but will usually look at a question if you send me a link to it.)

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roots(x) vs root= interp1(y,x,0)
It's not clear, at least to me, what you mean by "root = interp1 command". But, my best guess is that if you were somehow trying...

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How to present my outcomes in the form of a confusion matrix
If you have the Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox, you could use the confusionchart or confusionmat command.

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Defining upper and lower control limits for a graph
Here is a simple example of setting plot limits based on the data. (The last line of code is where I set the limits.) x = 1:50;...

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Create a legend according to the colors of a scatter plot
Unless I have misunderstood your question, you should be able to do this using the gscatter command. The legend will be tied to ...

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why cntrd function error
If you are talking about this particle tracking code, you might want to reach out to that team. You might not find very many peo...

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split data into 5 train and test data
You can use the cvpartition function to do this, if you have the Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox. If you don't have tha...

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What is the Len function do? It used to exist in MatLab 4.2, but now it doesn't any insight?
To my knowledge, there has never been a function called len() or Len() in MATLAB. But, I wonder in your case if len() is a user...

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find first& end of array
I expect someone will post a more elegant method, but I think this does what you want S=[0 1 5 2 0 0 0 9 3 50 53 0 0 5 7 4]; ...

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How do I make a World Cup simulator with MATLAB?
You can use the randperm function to select 2 out of 4 teams to advance in each section. rng default A={'Qatar';'Ecuador';'S...

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Hypothetical Factorial Question Solution
I don't really intend this to be a serious answer to your question, but according to the internet, this formula will work up to ...

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How to form the training set ?
I spent a little bit more time with the paper. It seems to me that in the paper, the labels y are supposed to be used when gene...

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How to deal with this grpstat error message
I think you want to use "mean" instead of "average" for the summary statistic.

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Find function in arrays
You can use the ismember function to find out whether each element of one vector is present in the other, and also the location....

10 days ago | 0

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How to use bitn
I'm not sure if this is what you mean, but there are several integer classes available in MATLAB.

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How I categorize a features?
Do you mean that you have numerical values, and you want to treat those as categorical instead? You can convert numeric to categ...

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How to form the training set ?
If I understand all of your notation correctly, I think your training set needs to be an Mx3 matrix. If means that each observ...

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how can i find my license number ?
In the upper right of the screen here, you should see "Get MATLAB", and an icon representing your account. Click on that icon, a...

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Creating a seed for ICA on eeglab to make sure same ICA components are created every time
Put the line rng default at the start of your code. See rng for details.

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How can I use the command 'tiledlayout' inside a loop
The key is to create two different figures, each of which you can build up a tiled layout. Here is a trivial example of two fig...

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Subplots of subplots (maybe using subaxis)
I would try the native tiledlayout function to make the subplots. I've never used beast, so I'm not sure if there are any weird ...

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permutations of 4 numbers in 7 positions IF the sum of the numbers is 600
This is a "making change" problem, where the smaller numbers can represent coins, and the large number is the total of the chang...

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How to apply SVM on training and testing data
You can use the fitcecoc function from the Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox to fit multi-class SVMs. I've never used the...

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How to distribute random number of users within the different circles
There are several ways to do this. Here is one. I illustrated with 20 users, because with 200 users it is difficult to tell tha...

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How to plot an x value using for loop from an input?
I have to admit that I did not fully understand your explanation. But I can tell you the specific reason you are getting an inde...

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Interpolate between specific values in a data set
You can use the interp1 function to do interpolation. x = [1, 2.2, 3, 4]; y = [0.2, 0.35, 0.4, 0.5]; x0 = 3.5; y0 = inte...

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I have a 4x4 array of 1's and I need to turn 3 of 4 ones to zero per row at random. So there will be a one 1 left in each row.
Here is one way: N = 4; x = (1:N)'; y = randi(N,N,1); linearIndex = sub2ind([N,N],x,y); B = zeros(N,N); B(linearInde...

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New to MatLab: How to enter given data for a random variable (&find /fit distribution function)
Here is a method that does not require the Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox: % Input data N = 100; outcome = [1; 3; 4;...

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New to MatLab: How to enter given data for a random variable (&find /fit distribution function)
If you have the Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox, you can use the randsample function: N = 100; outcome = [1; 3; 4; 5; ...

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My Matlab take so long to start on AWS
There are a number of startup options. For example, using -nosplash will prevent that particular image from displaying. A good s...

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