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How can I call a function from a different script into a plot with other plot-values?

Something's wrong with your second function, seems there is no input argument(s). vmatt_ASME doesn't accept any argument rather ...

How can I call a function from a different script into a plot with other plot-values?

Something's wrong with your second function, seems there is no input argument(s). vmatt_ASME doesn't accept any argument rather ...

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Which ANOVA type to apply in experimental design with replication?

You have repeatedly measured the outcome, so this would be a two-way (two categorical independent variables) repated-measures AN...

Which ANOVA type to apply in experimental design with replication?

You have repeatedly measured the outcome, so this would be a two-way (two categorical independent variables) repated-measures AN...

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Using webread() to fetch bibliographic data from Google Scholar

parsing the returned HTML aside, GS doesn't have an API (and doesn't intend to develop AFAIK), which makes things harder for fe...

Using webread() to fetch bibliographic data from Google Scholar

parsing the returned HTML aside, GS doesn't have an API (and doesn't intend to develop AFAIK), which makes things harder for fe...

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bioinformatics toolbox: getpubmed.m does not return the expected number of records

getpubmed (and generally, most of the functions in Bioinformatics toolbox) are quite outdated and TMW for some reasons, does not...

bioinformatics toolbox: getpubmed.m does not return the expected number of records

getpubmed (and generally, most of the functions in Bioinformatics toolbox) are quite outdated and TMW for some reasons, does not...

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How to identify and erase the cells with the error "Error using fit>iFit (line 348). NaN computed by model function, fitting cannot continue" in an array?

ft1= fittype( 'power2'); fit_curve = cell(length(Array_january), 1); % never forget preallocation! for k = 1:length(Array_janu...

How to identify and erase the cells with the error "Error using fit>iFit (line 348). NaN computed by model function, fitting cannot continue" in an array?

ft1= fittype( 'power2'); fit_curve = cell(length(Array_january), 1); % never forget preallocation! for k = 1:length(Array_janu...

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Save variable from struct to excel file

You have 3 conditions: each row in 'errors' corresponds to each condition. However, each row in 'distractors' is another matrix ...

Save variable from struct to excel file

You have 3 conditions: each row in 'errors' corresponds to each condition. However, each row in 'distractors' is another matrix ...

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Subtracting Matrices in Special way

There should be a simpler way, but this works: A=[1 10 12;2 12 3; 3 15 4; 4 16 7; 5 18 9; 6 10 10; 7 12 9; 9 5 6]; B=[3 9 8; 4...

Subtracting Matrices in Special way

There should be a simpler way, but this works: A=[1 10 12;2 12 3; 3 15 4; 4 16 7; 5 18 9; 6 10 10; 7 12 9; 9 5 6]; B=[3 9 8; 4...

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Why is fitlm affected by variable scale?

Well, the real question would be why not? You have introduced interaction terms to the model. Two models test different hypothe...

Why is fitlm affected by variable scale?

Well, the real question would be why not? You have introduced interaction terms to the model. Two models test different hypothe...

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Repeated Measure ANOVA 2x2

You can follow this example: % response was measured under two different conditions: c1 and c2 measured in two different time p...

Repeated Measure ANOVA 2x2

You can follow this example: % response was measured under two different conditions: c1 and c2 measured in two different time p...

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Is it possible to make the background of a polar histogram transparent?

One way that comes to my mind is to save it as eps (or pdf): set(gcf, 'color', 'none'); set(gca, 'color', 'none'); exportgrap...

Is it possible to make the background of a polar histogram transparent?

One way that comes to my mind is to save it as eps (or pdf): set(gcf, 'color', 'none'); set(gca, 'color', 'none'); exportgrap...

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I need help in the code. what am I doing wrong?

This may help: fnc = @(url) regexp(url, "(?<=https?://)(.*?)[^:]*", 'match'); fnc('https://en.wikipedia.org:443/wiki/Kitten?...

I need help in the code. what am I doing wrong?

This may help: fnc = @(url) regexp(url, "(?<=https?://)(.*?)[^:]*", 'match'); fnc('https://en.wikipedia.org:443/wiki/Kitten?...

1 year ago | 0

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How to find the row wise linear regression coefficients?

nsample = 29; nvar = 3420; % sample data y = rand(nsample, nvar); x1 = rand(nsample, nvar); x2 = rand(nsample, nvar); x...

How to find the row wise linear regression coefficients?

nsample = 29; nvar = 3420; % sample data y = rand(nsample, nvar); x1 = rand(nsample, nvar); x2 = rand(nsample, nvar); x...

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Plotting statistics for a table

Try this, but note that your variables are highly skewed, so you should try boxplot or boxchart (median and IQR instead of mean ...

Plotting statistics for a table

Try this, but note that your variables are highly skewed, so you should try boxplot or boxchart (median and IQR instead of mean ...

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How can I speed up this indexing code?

Avoid comparing strings within the loop and instead take advantage of the index vector from unique: a = ["A", "B2", "A", "C", "...

How can I speed up this indexing code?

Avoid comparing strings within the loop and instead take advantage of the index vector from unique: a = ["A", "B2", "A", "C", "...

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How to use two data unit length in the plot function?

Either transform your data (e.g. log transformation), or break X-/Y-axes. There are several FEX already out there: mathworks.co...

How to use two data unit length in the plot function?

Either transform your data (e.g. log transformation), or break X-/Y-axes. There are several FEX already out there: mathworks.co...

1 year ago | 1

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Applying text with variable on a plot

I don't have your dataset but you can follow this example: plot(3:10, (6:13).^2, 'k.-', 'LineWidth', 1.5) Rsq = 0.64645; h ...

Applying text with variable on a plot

I don't have your dataset but you can follow this example: plot(3:10, (6:13).^2, 'k.-', 'LineWidth', 1.5) Rsq = 0.64645; h ...

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filter cell array with strings

Try to work with tables, they're more versatile. Also check groupfilter for more advanced filtering schemes. tab = array2table(...

filter cell array with strings

Try to work with tables, they're more versatile. Also check groupfilter for more advanced filtering schemes. tab = array2table(...

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Merging rows of a matrix into a number

See here https://mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/299422-converting-a-double-into-a-matrix-of-its-digits#answer_231586 C = [...

Merging rows of a matrix into a number

See here https://mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/299422-converting-a-double-into-a-matrix-of-its-digits#answer_231586 C = [...

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Ignore missing data in a table group

As Johan also suggested you may use omitnant flag. Also, consider using groupsummary and groupfilter : m = groupsummary(T, 'C',...

Ignore missing data in a table group

As Johan also suggested you may use omitnant flag. Also, consider using groupsummary and groupfilter : m = groupsummary(T, 'C',...

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how to search specific data from matlab to excel

tab = readtable('myExcel.xlsx'); % see doc for more options tab(ismember(tab.(1), 'R1280XS'), :) % the row at which the input...

how to search specific data from matlab to excel

tab = readtable('myExcel.xlsx'); % see doc for more options tab(ismember(tab.(1), 'R1280XS'), :) % the row at which the input...

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Check for coordinate pairs matches in .mat file

Assuming both x and y are vectors of same length, this might work: x = randi([0 5], 10, 1); y = randi([0 5], 10, 1); myPair...

Check for coordinate pairs matches in .mat file

Assuming both x and y are vectors of same length, this might work: x = randi([0 5], 10, 1); y = randi([0 5], 10, 1); myPair...

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How can I create an array from the past values in a loop?

something like this? n = 10; str = strings(n, 1); for i = 1:n % do whatever str(i, 1) = gimmeMystr; end

How can I create an array from the past values in a loop?

something like this? n = 10; str = strings(n, 1); for i = 1:n % do whatever str(i, 1) = gimmeMystr; end

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Plot the slope of a parabola with only the data points being known

Before fitting, it's a good practice to visualize your data to better understand the rough relationship between your variables. ...

Plot the slope of a parabola with only the data points being known

Before fitting, it's a good practice to visualize your data to better understand the rough relationship between your variables. ...

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How to plot a function with summation and multiple variables?

Start by understanding MATLAB a bit better. For the time being this may help you: myfnc = @(A, s, t, i, T0, tau) sum(A.*s.*(t -...

How to plot a function with summation and multiple variables?

Start by understanding MATLAB a bit better. For the time being this may help you: myfnc = @(A, s, t, i, T0, tau) sum(A.*s.*(t -...

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Handle error from input

AFIK input doesn't let you control the error behavior. The better approach would be to return it as a string, and validate it: ...

Handle error from input

AFIK input doesn't let you control the error behavior. The better approach would be to return it as a string, and validate it: ...

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fileDatastore using for loop and scatter

You are not even reading your csv files; you just read the same file file4.csv over and over! Try this: fds = fileDatastore('*....

fileDatastore using for loop and scatter

You are not even reading your csv files; you just read the same file file4.csv over and over! Try this: fds = fileDatastore('*....

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mean from intersection matrix

This should work: a = [1,3,3,2,2,3,3,4,3,1,3]; b = [1,1,1,3,4,1,2,1,4,1,1]; c = [2,2,2,4,2,3,3,2,1,3,8]; x = [a; b]; [~, ...

mean from intersection matrix

This should work: a = [1,3,3,2,2,3,3,4,3,1,3]; b = [1,1,1,3,4,1,2,1,4,1,1]; c = [2,2,2,4,2,3,3,2,1,3,8]; x = [a; b]; [~, ...

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Read from and make new based on positions

Why not this? G = [0 115 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 111 0 0 0 0 110 0 0 0 110 0 0 0 0 82 0 0 0 0 111 0 0 0 111 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 87 114...

Read from and make new based on positions

Why not this? G = [0 115 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 111 0 0 0 0 110 0 0 0 110 0 0 0 0 82 0 0 0 0 111 0 0 0 111 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 87 114...

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Bar plot error when plotting

The main problem is that your tick labels are too long to fit under the axes. You can try something like this: figure('Name', '...

Bar plot error when plotting

The main problem is that your tick labels are too long to fit under the axes. You can try something like this: figure('Name', '...

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Open .m files in current MATLAB instance from Windows Powershell

Try this function addME(a, b) fprintf("sum a + b equals %.2g\n", a + b) end Then from powershell (assuming your PS insta...

Open .m files in current MATLAB instance from Windows Powershell

Try this function addME(a, b) fprintf("sum a + b equals %.2g\n", a + b) end Then from powershell (assuming your PS insta...

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