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Graph works fine for 1 value, I am trying to graph 3 values on the same plot

Each N changes the data of the plot, so you need to make it in an outer loop w = .5; %% 2w=1 x = -.5:0.1:.5; %...

Graph works fine for 1 value, I am trying to graph 3 values on the same plot

Each N changes the data of the plot, so you need to make it in an outer loop w = .5; %% 2w=1 x = -.5:0.1:.5; %...

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find array dispersed within another array

You could trace the first array on the second backwards: A = [ 1 2 3 4 5 1]; B = [ 1 0 2 0 2 3 4 0 5 1]; positions = zeros(...

find array dispersed within another array

You could trace the first array on the second backwards: A = [ 1 2 3 4 5 1]; B = [ 1 0 2 0 2 3 4 0 5 1]; positions = zeros(...

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How to fit data with custom function with two variables?

You can minimize the error of your model to the data you want by optimizing the parameters. One alternative for it is, for examp...

How to fit data with custom function with two variables?

You can minimize the error of your model to the data you want by optimizing the parameters. One alternative for it is, for examp...

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Help determining velocity of Bubbles

The main workflow that you gave is right and one of the names this process is known is optical flow. Matlab has some functions t...

Help determining velocity of Bubbles

The main workflow that you gave is right and one of the names this process is known is optical flow. Matlab has some functions t...

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Plotting points of intersection using Newton Raphson

Your last line use fixed values, so it will only work for one case. Additionally there was an error in the order of the variable...

Plotting points of intersection using Newton Raphson

Your last line use fixed values, so it will only work for one case. Additionally there was an error in the order of the variable...

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How to take average of lines in Plot & Plot it as one graph?

Do you have access to the data of all those graphs as a matrix? If so you can do it in a very straight forward way: data = rand...

How to take average of lines in Plot & Plot it as one graph?

Do you have access to the data of all those graphs as a matrix? If so you can do it in a very straight forward way: data = rand...

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How to convert from plot3 to surf?

You have scattered 3d points, surf is made for rectangular grid data. An alternative is to use a function specifically for scatt...

How to convert from plot3 to surf?

You have scattered 3d points, surf is made for rectangular grid data. An alternative is to use a function specifically for scatt...

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How to get range of values from a plot?

The difference between gradient and diff is that the first calculates central differences and the second forward differences, bo...

How to get range of values from a plot?

The difference between gradient and diff is that the first calculates central differences and the second forward differences, bo...

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I can't find the mistake in the code

You can't use "abs" since the coefficients/x values can be negative.

I can't find the mistake in the code

You can't use "abs" since the coefficients/x values can be negative.

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Average of 2 sets of random numbers

Take a look at the binomial generator, it does what you want to.

Average of 2 sets of random numbers

Take a look at the binomial generator, it does what you want to.

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Add each row of a matrix consecutively to all the rows of other matrix where both have equal number of columns

You can avoid the loop by using repeated indexing: IndexesA = 1:size(A,1); IndexesA = sort( [IndexesA,IndexesA] ); % IndexesA=...

Add each row of a matrix consecutively to all the rows of other matrix where both have equal number of columns

You can avoid the loop by using repeated indexing: IndexesA = 1:size(A,1); IndexesA = sort( [IndexesA,IndexesA] ); % IndexesA=...

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Finding 5th to 15th central moment

The std function has a bias correction which the kurtosis doesn't, if you remove it you get the same result: rng(31415) A = ...

Finding 5th to 15th central moment

The std function has a bias correction which the kurtosis doesn't, if you remove it you get the same result: rng(31415) A = ...

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Extracting numeric values from symbolic variables

x==c The "==" operator is normally used as a logic comparison operation, not an assignment. In the case of using symbolic varia...

Extracting numeric values from symbolic variables

x==c The "==" operator is normally used as a logic comparison operation, not an assignment. In the case of using symbolic varia...

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How to extract detail data from matlab Plot?

If you plot only 118 points you can't get more from the plot. The results are interpolated and probably what you want is a conti...

How to extract detail data from matlab Plot?

If you plot only 118 points you can't get more from the plot. The results are interpolated and probably what you want is a conti...

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False Output from find-function?

max(A) is a vector, not a number: max(A) ans = Columns 1 through 15 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000...

False Output from find-function?

max(A) is a vector, not a number: max(A) ans = Columns 1 through 15 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000...

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How can I write a Matlab code on Digital Signals Processing ?

This should work for you, the code is almost self explanatory: L = 1024; Periods = 4; M = 128; A = 1; figure,plot( squareWa...

How can I write a Matlab code on Digital Signals Processing ?

This should work for you, the code is almost self explanatory: L = 1024; Periods = 4; M = 128; A = 1; figure,plot( squareWa...

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Curve to fit a loglog graph and its equation

There are some issues with your fit. First, log(0) is not defined, so what you expect to become from a fit that uses log(0)? If ...

Curve to fit a loglog graph and its equation

There are some issues with your fit. First, log(0) is not defined, so what you expect to become from a fit that uses log(0)? If ...

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How wide range do optimalisation algorithms cover?

All of them except fmincon are unconstrained optimization algorithms, which means they can have any possible value in the group ...

How wide range do optimalisation algorithms cover?

All of them except fmincon are unconstrained optimization algorithms, which means they can have any possible value in the group ...

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In intlinprog how can I put condition for x = 1 or 0

You use a lower and upper bound of 0 and 1, respectively. Then if your number is an integer and should be between 0 and 1, the o...

In intlinprog how can I put condition for x = 1 or 0

You use a lower and upper bound of 0 and 1, respectively. Then if your number is an integer and should be between 0 and 1, the o...

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How to display matlab plots in a GUI in python using api engine?

I don't think any python GUI has a canvas which can handle matlab plots directly. What you can do is to save your matlab plot as...

How to display matlab plots in a GUI in python using api engine?

I don't think any python GUI has a canvas which can handle matlab plots directly. What you can do is to save your matlab plot as...

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Matlab App designer 20190a

A push button cannot "stay pushed", as soon as you click it the callback is called and then the state is reset. If what you mean...

Matlab App designer 20190a

A push button cannot "stay pushed", as soon as you click it the callback is called and then the state is reset. If what you mean...

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How to give conditions on transformations of variables in cvx?

As far as I know the Cvx library doesn't accepts fft/ifft. What you can do is to calculate the ifft by "brute force" in a way th...

How to give conditions on transformations of variables in cvx?

As far as I know the Cvx library doesn't accepts fft/ifft. What you can do is to calculate the ifft by "brute force" in a way th...

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retrieve phase information using 'pspectrum'

Why you need the phase? The pspectrum function calculates the power spectrum, which depends on the absolute square of the fft, s...

retrieve phase information using 'pspectrum'

Why you need the phase? The pspectrum function calculates the power spectrum, which depends on the absolute square of the fft, s...

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Finding the probability of a given x-value on a histogram

If your dataset has discrete values, you don't need to get the histogram, rather just count how many times the median appear and...

Finding the probability of a given x-value on a histogram

If your dataset has discrete values, you don't need to get the histogram, rather just count how many times the median appear and...

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Make a standalone app

It can be both. With appdesigner you can either create an matlab app (that will run in any other matlab), a web application or a...

Make a standalone app

It can be both. With appdesigner you can either create an matlab app (that will run in any other matlab), a web application or a...

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regression analysis of lagged days

Your first argument should be a matrix with all the variables you need for prediction. So, in your case, you need to form a matr...

regression analysis of lagged days

Your first argument should be a matrix with all the variables you need for prediction. So, in your case, you need to form a matr...

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implementation of a matrix

This should do: rng(42) n = 3; x = rand(n,1); A = ones(n,n+1); Differences = x-x'; for idx=2:n+1 A(:,idx) = A(:,idx-1)...

implementation of a matrix

This should do: rng(42) n = 3; x = rand(n,1); A = ones(n,n+1); Differences = x-x'; for idx=2:n+1 A(:,idx) = A(:,idx-1)...

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How to calculate steady state with fsolve with white noise in equations ?

That depends on how you define Steady state. If your derivatives are never actually zero, you will never have a fully perfect st...

How to calculate steady state with fsolve with white noise in equations ?

That depends on how you define Steady state. If your derivatives are never actually zero, you will never have a fully perfect st...

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Support Vector Machine: Linear or Non-linear

SVM is always linear in the parameters, but using non-linear kernels allows it to consider non-linear relations between the data...

Support Vector Machine: Linear or Non-linear

SVM is always linear in the parameters, but using non-linear kernels allows it to consider non-linear relations between the data...

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Plot the STFT spectrogram

The function tutorials of matlab normally give code examples and results. For you to reproduce the result you just need to run t...

Plot the STFT spectrogram

The function tutorials of matlab normally give code examples and results. For you to reproduce the result you just need to run t...

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