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Combine two vectors a make a Matrix

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Convert Column vector into matrix

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Scaling distortion on images

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How can i generate hermitian of a matrix in matlab?

Transpose for real matrices is equivalent to Hermitian (complex conjugate transpose) for complex matrices. Therefore, you can us...

How can i generate hermitian of a matrix in matlab?

Transpose for real matrices is equivalent to Hermitian (complex conjugate transpose) for complex matrices. Therefore, you can us...

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I have air temperature dataset obtained in every 30 minutes for a day for a whole year. I want to extract maximum and minimum air temperature for each day for a year (365 days).

You can separate your data into days and then use max() and min() matlab functions to find the maximum and minimum temperatures...

I have air temperature dataset obtained in every 30 minutes for a day for a whole year. I want to extract maximum and minimum air temperature for each day for a year (365 days).

You can separate your data into days and then use max() and min() matlab functions to find the maximum and minimum temperatures...

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What does x=randint(1,1,[1,n]); ?

Please note that *randint* is an obsolete function in the Matlab. You can use *randi* instead. *randint* generates the matr...

What does x=randint(1,1,[1,n]); ?

Please note that *randint* is an obsolete function in the Matlab. You can use *randi* instead. *randint* generates the matr...

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Selecting a random number with some probability

The simplest technique is to use inbuilt Matlab function *'randscr'.* Suppose you want to generate M by N matrix of W, X, Y,...

Selecting a random number with some probability

The simplest technique is to use inbuilt Matlab function *'randscr'.* Suppose you want to generate M by N matrix of W, X, Y,...

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How to move "datatip" to a desired location in matlab plots??

In a 2D-line plot, When I am clicking on the *Data Cursor* and then on any location on the line plot, the *data-tip* appears jus...

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How to detect the index of rising and falling edges of every pulse in a signal composed of many pulses ?

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When passing a signal through a wireless channel, should the sampling rate of both the signals must remain same??

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Why rand function is not uniform in large intervals?

Dear all, Thanks for all your responses and time... I think using *'logarithmic'* distribution would probably be more suitabl...

Why rand function is not uniform in large intervals?

Dear all, Thanks for all your responses and time... I think using *'logarithmic'* distribution would probably be more suitabl...

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How to get rid of "Continue entering Statement" mode in command window?

I got it.... "just press Ctrl+c"...thanks,,,

How to get rid of "Continue entering Statement" mode in command window?

I got it.... "just press Ctrl+c"...thanks,,,

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How to get rid of "Continue entering Statement" mode in command window?

how to get rid of above mode and return to normal mode of command window...apart from restarting the matlab again.

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Why rand function is not uniform in large intervals?

I am using *rand function* to generate *uniformly distributed random numbers* in the interval [10e-6 and 1.] But the function g...

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