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Make the vector [1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10]

In MATLAB, you create a vector by enclosing the elements in square brackets like so: x = [1 2 3 4] Commas are optional, s...

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MATLAB Basic: rounding

Do rounding near to zero Example: -8.8, answer -8 +8.1 answer 8

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Find the maximum number of decimal places in a set of numbers

Given a vector or matrix of values, calculate the maximum number of decimal places within the input. Trailing zeros do not coun...

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Run Linux Terminal Command on my External ROS Device

look at wonwon0 (me) answers in the following link: https://answers.ros.org/question/255008/roslaunch-on-matlab/#291922 it sho...

Run Linux Terminal Command on my External ROS Device

look at wonwon0 (me) answers in the following link: https://answers.ros.org/question/255008/roslaunch-on-matlab/#291922 it sho...

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Obtain the Waviness of Graph

Does this help you get what you wnat (didn t have the time to finish with the loading ond plotting of data 1) here is the c...

Obtain the Waviness of Graph

Does this help you get what you wnat (didn t have the time to finish with the loading ond plotting of data 1) here is the c...

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reading values from file

You are over writing the variables each loop! I'd do it this way: data = csvread('C:\Users\User\Documents\Signal processin...

reading values from file

You are over writing the variables each loop! I'd do it this way: data = csvread('C:\Users\User\Documents\Signal processin...

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How to measure object size from an image in real world if distance is known ?

here is the answer: https://www.scantips.com/lights/subjectdistance.html scroll to where there is a diagram with the lense, ...

How to measure object size from an image in real world if distance is known ?

here is the answer: https://www.scantips.com/lights/subjectdistance.html scroll to where there is a diagram with the lense, ...

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2D Matrix revolution

Have you tried this function? https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/15559-solids-of-revolution

2D Matrix revolution

Have you tried this function? https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/15559-solids-of-revolution

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Mean of array columns with condition

I tested my solution with these matrices: a = rand(6,3) B=[1;0;1;1;0;1]; means_active = mean(a(logical(B)),2); seems to wo...

Mean of array columns with condition

I tested my solution with these matrices: a = rand(6,3) B=[1;0;1;1;0;1]; means_active = mean(a(logical(B)),2); seems to wo...

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How do I build a text file with readable variable names?

I would try to set the 'PreserveVariableNames' flag to 'true' when uusing datastore. something like: datastore('very_file.cs...

How do I build a text file with readable variable names?

I would try to set the 'PreserveVariableNames' flag to 'true' when uusing datastore. something like: datastore('very_file.cs...

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When matrix is close to singular or badly scaled

My best guess is that when a matrix is close to being singular, tiny numerical errors will have an increased impact on the resul...

When matrix is close to singular or badly scaled

My best guess is that when a matrix is close to being singular, tiny numerical errors will have an increased impact on the resul...

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How to pull out the data from struct with fields

I can't verify my answer because i don't have the required package but try this: double(a_r) double(a_f) i found the info ...

How to pull out the data from struct with fields

I can't verify my answer because i don't have the required package but try this: double(a_r) double(a_f) i found the info ...

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summing along 3rd dimension every 10 frames

I would do: sumby10 = zeros(32,32,250); for a = 1:250 sumby10(:,:,a) = sum(micron_59frames(:,:,(a-1)*10+1:(a)*10),3); end

summing along 3rd dimension every 10 frames

I would do: sumby10 = zeros(32,32,250); for a = 1:250 sumby10(:,:,a) = sum(micron_59frames(:,:,(a-1)*10+1:(a)*10),3); end

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subscribe to a gazebo topic

I managed to figure it out a few years ago and i forgot to post the answer here. https://answers.ros.org/question/280631/repu...

subscribe to a gazebo topic

I managed to figure it out a few years ago and i forgot to post the answer here. https://answers.ros.org/question/280631/repu...

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Copy and paste not working in the MATLAB editor?

this will maybe seem redundant, but for precision of answer: the path to change the keyboard setting in order to allow copy-p...

Copy and paste not working in the MATLAB editor?

this will maybe seem redundant, but for precision of answer: the path to change the keyboard setting in order to allow copy-p...

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Break in the axis

https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/3683-breakxaxis It does EXACTLY what you want to do.

Break in the axis

https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/3683-breakxaxis It does EXACTLY what you want to do.

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is there a way to give suggestions to Mathworks

Hi, I stumbled upon a warning mentioning that in future versions of matlab, cell arrays and list (not sure about lists) will ...

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subscribe to a gazebo topic

I can see the gazebo topic using the command line option (ubuntu): $gz topic -e /gazebo/default/physics/contacts The pro...

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GJK algorithm distance of closest points in 3D

Computes the coordinates where the minimum distance between two convex polyhedrons occure.

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