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Paraboloid minimum point always becomes (0,0)

x1 = 1 | y1 = 2.25 x2 = 2 | y2 = 3.25 x3 = 3 | y3 = 3.25 x4 = 4 | y4 = 4.25 x = [x1 x2 x3 x4]; y = [y1 y2 y3 y4...

Paraboloid minimum point always becomes (0,0)

x1 = 1 | y1 = 2.25 x2 = 2 | y2 = 3.25 x3 = 3 | y3 = 3.25 x4 = 4 | y4 = 4.25 x = [x1 x2 x3 x4]; y = [y1 y2 y3 y4...

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Paraboloid minimum point always becomes (0,0)

Hi, I'm trying to do linear regression, by minimization of the squared errors. I.e. by minimizing the following pseudo-code ...

6 years ago | 2 answers | 0

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I got error in the script..

Can you tell us what data type the image is, after loading it (the *img* variable). You can usually see it in the upper right co...

I got error in the script..

Can you tell us what data type the image is, after loading it (the *img* variable). You can usually see it in the upper right co...

6 years ago | 0

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UIContextMenu disabled when axes is used

It solved it to add the *uicontextmenu* to the image, rather than to the axes. So when displaying the image, add the menu: ...

UIContextMenu disabled when axes is used

It solved it to add the *uicontextmenu* to the image, rather than to the axes. So when displaying the image, add the menu: ...

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UIContextMenu disabled when axes is used

Hi there, I've created a small GUI using the GUIDE tool (its the lazy way, I know). I have an axes I use to show an image, an...

6 years ago | 1 answer | 0

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Regression with some part of the array

x = [ 1 5 6 7 8 3 2 ]; y = [ 2 9 4 6 4 5 6 ]; idx = find(x > 3); % Returns the indexes where x is larger than 3 ...

Regression with some part of the array

x = [ 1 5 6 7 8 3 2 ]; y = [ 2 9 4 6 4 5 6 ]; idx = find(x > 3); % Returns the indexes where x is larger than 3 ...

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Colormap is not applied correctly

Hi there, I'm having a really odd issue when loading and showing my own GIF and PNG images. It seems that when the colormap i...

6 years ago | 0 answers | 1

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LibSVM - Which hinge loss function?

Hi there, I was wondering if anyone knows what <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hinge_loss hinge loss> function <http://www.csie...

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GUI full screen with centred figure?

It is definitely possible to get the figure size using *get(gcf, 'position')*, and then calculate where the figure position shou...

GUI full screen with centred figure?

It is definitely possible to get the figure size using *get(gcf, 'position')*, and then calculate where the figure position shou...

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Order of indexes when using rgb2ind

Hi there, I have some classified images in tif format (usually 3-4 classes), which I need to import to Matlab as an indexed i...

6 years ago | 1 answer | 0

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is there a code to open and run all m files in a folder?

I don't know if there is a built-in function, but I think you could fairly easy make one yourself. Using the command *<http://ww...

is there a code to open and run all m files in a folder?

I don't know if there is a built-in function, but I think you could fairly easy make one yourself. Using the command *<http://ww...

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Selected multiple values from a matrix

Lets say i got a 10x10 matrix, lets call it *M* , and I want to select the data from [a,b] and [c,d]. Of course i could do this ...

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How to use svmpredict (libsvm)

For further reference I figured it out myself. The *testing_label_vector* can be added to calculate the accuracy of the predicti...

How to use svmpredict (libsvm)

For further reference I figured it out myself. The *testing_label_vector* can be added to calculate the accuracy of the predicti...

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Coloring a surf() plot by value

Hey all, I've made a surf plot of training times for an SVM, depending on values of C and gamma (so C and gamma as x and y, a...

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Changing the color of specific points in a scatter plot

Hey, I got some points in a 2-dimensional space from two different classes. I got a label vector to identify which points bel...

6 years ago | 1 answer | 0

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How to plot 16x16 pixel image from RGB data available in Excel Sheet?

If I understand correctly, each sheet has the red (R) value in the first column, the green (G) value in the second and the blue ...

How to plot 16x16 pixel image from RGB data available in Excel Sheet?

If I understand correctly, each sheet has the red (R) value in the first column, the green (G) value in the second and the blue ...

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How to plot 16x16 pixel image from RGB data available in Excel Sheet?

Have a look at this artcile, regarding <http://www.mathworks.se/help/matlab/import_export/import-a-worksheet-or-range-with-xlsre...

How to plot 16x16 pixel image from RGB data available in Excel Sheet?

Have a look at this artcile, regarding <http://www.mathworks.se/help/matlab/import_export/import-a-worksheet-or-range-with-xlsre...

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How to use svmpredict (libsvm)

Hey, I'm trying to use libsvm in Matlab, but I am a bit confused regarding the *svmpredict()* function. The first input to it...

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svmclassify is extremely slow

Hey there, I'm trying to use the built-in Support Vector Machine (SVM) tools in Matlab to classify an image. Its a 1000x1000(...

6 years ago | 1 answer | 0

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Margins around histogram in subplot

I'm trying to make a 2x3 subplot, where the top 3 fields are merged to contain an image, and the bottom 3 fields are used for hi...

6 years ago | 1 answer | 0

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Scaling a function (wavelet)

Hi there, I got a function descriped as follows: t = linspace(-3, 3 1024); % Time vector from -3s to 3s with 10...

7 years ago | 0 answers | 0

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plot two data sets over different time in the same plot

Here is an example of how it can be done: t1 = linspace(0,2*pi,100); t2 = linspace(pi,2*pi,50); y1 = sin(t1); ...

plot two data sets over different time in the same plot

Here is an example of how it can be done: t1 = linspace(0,2*pi,100); t2 = linspace(pi,2*pi,50); y1 = sin(t1); ...

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Adding custom wavelets to cwt

Hi there, *Summary:* _How do I take a custom signal *y* and turn it into a wavelet for *cwt*?_ *Long version:* I'm looki...

7 years ago | 4 answers | 1

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Shepp-Logan filtering (spatial domain)

Hey there, I got a school assignment where I have to re-construct a CT image, using filtered backprojection. It is specif...

7 years ago | 1 answer | 0

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calling a function for a number of indexes in a matrix

Can't you just get a logical of where the matrix is above/below the thresh? And then multiply it with your matrix. And then do t...

calling a function for a number of indexes in a matrix

Can't you just get a logical of where the matrix is above/below the thresh? And then multiply it with your matrix. And then do t...

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Combining two images (ultrasound blood flow)

Hey there, I'm doing a project on blood flow velocity in ultrasound. I Need to display a color flow map, with a colorbar dis...

8 years ago | 0 answers | 0

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Filter coefficients from poles

Hey, I'm looking to make an AR (all-pole) filter. I would like to be able to select poles by coordinates, and get the filter...

8 years ago | 1 answer | 0

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IIR filter from diff. equation

Oka, I have been looking at it, over and over again, and I think I need some more help... The algorithm I'm trying to imple...

IIR filter from diff. equation

Oka, I have been looking at it, over and over again, and I think I need some more help... The algorithm I'm trying to imple...

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IIR filter from diff. equation

Hey, I got a rather silly problem. I got the difference equation of a transfer function, and I need to create a filter from ...

8 years ago | 3 answers | 0

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Variable called angle (name conflict)

I got a .mat file containing some data, some of which are single value variables. One of these are called 'angle' which conflict...

8 years ago | 1 answer | 0