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create Continuous sine wave with fixed frequency

freq = 0.2; % freqeuency of sine wave (pick whatever you want) T0 = 200; % period sine wave starts T1 = 240; % period sine...

create Continuous sine wave with fixed frequency

freq = 0.2; % freqeuency of sine wave (pick whatever you want) T0 = 200; % period sine wave starts T1 = 240; % period sine...

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how to Write all Variables in workspace into excel ?

The easiest way is probably to put everything into a cell array and then write it to a .xls file using writecell. The question t...

how to Write all Variables in workspace into excel ?

The easiest way is probably to put everything into a cell array and then write it to a .xls file using writecell. The question t...

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Plot a a matrix by columns but with a different marker for the data at its end

figure hold on % we need this so that successive plotting commands don't overwrite the previous ones % only plot error bars ...

Plot a a matrix by columns but with a different marker for the data at its end

figure hold on % we need this so that successive plotting commands don't overwrite the previous ones % only plot error bars ...

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How do I create a Markov Matrix with variables instead of numbers for probabilities?

If your goal is to manipulate P symbolically (i.e., algebraically, rather than numerically), then you'll need to use Matlab's sy...

How do I create a Markov Matrix with variables instead of numbers for probabilities?

If your goal is to manipulate P symbolically (i.e., algebraically, rather than numerically), then you'll need to use Matlab's sy...

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Random uniform distribution of nodes within a radius

I had a previous answer here but it occurred to me afterwards that the result wouldn't actually be uniform within the disk. Here...

Random uniform distribution of nodes within a radius

I had a previous answer here but it occurred to me afterwards that the result wouldn't actually be uniform within the disk. Here...

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How to find row wise correlation coefficients and p values for two matrices?

n = 3420; R = zeros(n,1); P = zeros(n,1); for j = 1:n [R(j),P(j)]=corr(A(j,:)',B(j,:)'); end If this is just a one-...

How to find row wise correlation coefficients and p values for two matrices?

n = 3420; R = zeros(n,1); P = zeros(n,1); for j = 1:n [R(j),P(j)]=corr(A(j,:)',B(j,:)'); end If this is just a one-...

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rounding down using floor

I'm on R2020a on Windows 10 and I also get 0.9921. Is it possible that total does not equal exactly 8.9289? For example, if tot...

rounding down using floor

I'm on R2020a on Windows 10 and I also get 0.9921. Is it possible that total does not equal exactly 8.9289? For example, if tot...

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Error encountered using 'fzero'

First of all, it looks like P is maybe supposed to be restricted to be a positive number, and when it's not, your function retur...

Error encountered using 'fzero'

First of all, it looks like P is maybe supposed to be restricted to be a positive number, and when it's not, your function retur...

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Mark smallest bar in 3-D bar plot

My default built-in function for drawing arrows in plots is annotation but I believe that only works in 2-D. As a work-around fo...

Mark smallest bar in 3-D bar plot

My default built-in function for drawing arrows in plots is annotation but I believe that only works in 2-D. As a work-around fo...

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How do I maintain my array size (or dimensions) when I run it through a nested for loop?

You have 3-D arrays but are only using 2-D indexing (e.g., data(:, shift+1:end) only has two indices, even though data is a 3-D ...

How do I maintain my array size (or dimensions) when I run it through a nested for loop?

You have 3-D arrays but are only using 2-D indexing (e.g., data(:, shift+1:end) only has two indices, even though data is a 3-D ...

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Calculating standard deviation of matrix

I'm not sure I quite understand what you want, but a couple of things I see. First, row is a scalar giving the number of rows in...

Calculating standard deviation of matrix

I'm not sure I quite understand what you want, but a couple of things I see. First, row is a scalar giving the number of rows in...

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Simulate Continuous-Time Markov Chains

This code can be used to simulate continuous-time Markov chains

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Simulating a Continuous time markov chain

See here: https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/57961-simulating-a-markov-chain Also, if you have the econometrics t...

Simulating a Continuous time markov chain

See here: https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/57961-simulating-a-markov-chain Also, if you have the econometrics t...

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How to compute for the distance between two tensors using matlab?

It depends on how you define "distance". There are many different ways you could do that in principle. One way would be to use t...

How to compute for the distance between two tensors using matlab?

It depends on how you define "distance". There are many different ways you could do that in principle. One way would be to use t...

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Saving All Results Of Objective Function in Genetic Algorithm

I'm not sure it's possible to do exactly what you've indicated, but I think you should be able to get something along those line...

Saving All Results Of Objective Function in Genetic Algorithm

I'm not sure it's possible to do exactly what you've indicated, but I think you should be able to get something along those line...

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line is filling two pixels with linewidth of 1 specified

Line widths are specified in points (1/72"), not pixels, and locations on a plot are expressed in the same units as the axes. Wh...

line is filling two pixels with linewidth of 1 specified

Line widths are specified in points (1/72"), not pixels, and locations on a plot are expressed in the same units as the axes. Wh...

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How do I plot a timeseries graph using this data?

By "creating a vector of y involving the four variables", I'm guessing you actually mean creating a matrix, i.e., by trying to p...

How do I plot a timeseries graph using this data?

By "creating a vector of y involving the four variables", I'm guessing you actually mean creating a matrix, i.e., by trying to p...

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Particle swarm optimization solving an equation system

As far as I know, you cannot directly optimize using complex variables as your optimizing variables, and of course your objectiv...

Particle swarm optimization solving an equation system

As far as I know, you cannot directly optimize using complex variables as your optimizing variables, and of course your objectiv...

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How to exclude range of values in fmincon

One option would be to do a variable transformation in your objective function. So for example, instead of making x your optimiz...

How to exclude range of values in fmincon

One option would be to do a variable transformation in your objective function. So for example, instead of making x your optimiz...

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When does loop end?

Unless you have a continue statement somewhere (which you don't), everything enclosed between the initial for statement and the ...

When does loop end?

Unless you have a continue statement somewhere (which you don't), everything enclosed between the initial for statement and the ...

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Write ".m" matlab code files to excel

A few things. First of all, I want to double-check that the file you're talking about is indeed an .m file. .m files are MATLAB ...

Write ".m" matlab code files to excel

A few things. First of all, I want to double-check that the file you're talking about is indeed an .m file. .m files are MATLAB ...

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Correlation computation using a window of 3

I don't entirely understand what you're trying to do, but you may want to use corr(a,b) instead of corrcoef(a,b) or corrcoef(C)....

Correlation computation using a window of 3

I don't entirely understand what you're trying to do, but you may want to use corr(a,b) instead of corrcoef(a,b) or corrcoef(C)....

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Matrix multiplication optimization for MUSIC DOA

Since your variable A_all is 3x55000x128, this would seem to suggest that, for iteration dir and frequency j, you want to set P_...

Matrix multiplication optimization for MUSIC DOA

Since your variable A_all is 3x55000x128, this would seem to suggest that, for iteration dir and frequency j, you want to set P_...

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I have to solve the following

Doing this with anonymous functions is not the way to go (not to mention, your last two functions, dc2D_dt and dcD_dt, have t as...

I have to solve the following

Doing this with anonymous functions is not the way to go (not to mention, your last two functions, dc2D_dt and dcD_dt, have t as...

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How can I join two parts of a char into just one?

I see a few things. First of all, it seems the reason for the error is that you're trying to assign something to the character a...

How can I join two parts of a char into just one?

I see a few things. First of all, it seems the reason for the error is that you're trying to assign something to the character a...

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Solve large linear systems with Parallel computing toolbox

First of all, when I run the code you posted, Matlab gives warnings that A-theta(i)*I is singular to working precision for i=2,4...

Solve large linear systems with Parallel computing toolbox

First of all, when I run the code you posted, Matlab gives warnings that A-theta(i)*I is singular to working precision for i=2,4...

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How to merge two cell arrays?

Couldn't you just do it in a loop? DataMerge = cell(4,1); for j = 1:4 DataMerge{j} = [Data{j,1},Data{j,2}] end Actually...

How to merge two cell arrays?

Couldn't you just do it in a loop? DataMerge = cell(4,1); for j = 1:4 DataMerge{j} = [Data{j,1},Data{j,2}] end Actually...

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How to vectorize nested for loops that compute pair wise correlations using indexed vectors?

There might be a better way, but here's how I might go about it. function idx_pairs = get_indices_pair_corr(data, idx, idx2, ta...

How to vectorize nested for loops that compute pair wise correlations using indexed vectors?

There might be a better way, but here's how I might go about it. function idx_pairs = get_indices_pair_corr(data, idx, idx2, ta...

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(Error using contour (line 46) Input arguments must be real. Use the function REAL to get the real part of the inputs.) any help plz

Your vector s has two complex entries (index 66 and 67), and this is carrying through to sx. Since you can't make a contour plot...

(Error using contour (line 46) Input arguments must be real. Use the function REAL to get the real part of the inputs.) any help plz

Your vector s has two complex entries (index 66 and 67), and this is carrying through to sx. Since you can't make a contour plot...

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