# Narges M

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How do I convert an excel file to a cell array ?

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Correlation coefficent for vectors (of unequal lengths).
use isnan() function to skip those rows

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Reading data from a text file
use this example: cfg = fopen('myfile.txt'); line = fgetl(cfg); %this line reads the first line, you can discard it rig...

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Times 2 - START HERE
Try out this test problem first. Given the variable x as your input, multiply it by two and put the result in y. Examples:...

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Find the sum of all the numbers of the input vector
Find the sum of all the numbers of the input vector x. Examples: Input x = [1 2 3 5] Output y is 11 Input x ...

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exporting from matlab to excel
use this example: A = {1;2;3;4}; B = [9;8;7;6]; C = {5;6;7;8}; D = [5;4;3;2]; for i='A':'D' eval(s...

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Make a Plot with Functions
Make a plot and test

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help with analysis of equations
Try this: if true fplot('x^2-5*x*sin(3*x)+3',[0,10]); disp('positive roots of the equation are') hold on;...

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Use the same color multiple times in a plotting loop
You could use a colormap such as HSV to generate a set of colors. For example: folder=dir('*.csv'); N = length(folder); ...

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fprintf function for writing data into microsoft office word.

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plotting as it is x- axis for first column and y axis for two part one y for second column and above that third column y value? (mean one y and then above that other value for clear visualization in plot)
you cannot have two y axis in a single figure. you could have subplots, each with one x axis and one y axis. in each subplot ...

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plotting as it is x- axis for first column and y axis for two part one y for second column and above that third column y value? (mean one y and then above that other value for clear visualization in plot)
do you mean this? your question is not very clear. figure; hold on; a = subplot(2,1,1); plot(y1,x); b = subplot(2,1,2...

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a problem with a function
Yes, your function is designed to work with one value, and see if that's less than zero or not. So if you want to use it for a...

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how to convert the format of images from '.jpg' to '.tif' format. Images are stored in a folder
filenames = ls([path '*.jpg']); for i=1:size(filenames ,1) this = strtrim(filenames (i,:)); temp = imread([path this]...

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