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Frame by frame freqeuncy analysis of voice.

Have a look at the documentation for the spectrogram function, that should do what you want. 0.025 is a rather short time so per...

Frame by frame freqeuncy analysis of voice.

Have a look at the documentation for the spectrogram function, that should do what you want. 0.025 is a rather short time so per...

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Making plots look beautiful

You shouldn't manipulate your data that way. Your counting data is statistically "perfect" so you have to treat it as such, you ...

Making plots look beautiful

You shouldn't manipulate your data that way. Your counting data is statistically "perfect" so you have to treat it as such, you ...

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I got a difficult matlab code to interpret at my job

Get yourself some pairs of "valid input-files" then at the command-line type: dbstop in accuracy_result Then run the function ...

I got a difficult matlab code to interpret at my job

Get yourself some pairs of "valid input-files" then at the command-line type: dbstop in accuracy_result Then run the function ...

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How can numerically compute eigenvalues of an ordinary differential equation in MATLAB?

Have a look at what you can do with chebfun. It seem to cover eigenvalue/eigenfunctions of ODEs in some detail: Chebfun ODE-eig...

How can numerically compute eigenvalues of an ordinary differential equation in MATLAB?

Have a look at what you can do with chebfun. It seem to cover eigenvalue/eigenfunctions of ODEs in some detail: Chebfun ODE-eig...

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Calculate derivative of erfcx(x) function

Just plug in the definitions of the erfcx function into your symbolic calculations? Or do the differentiation by hand? HTH

Calculate derivative of erfcx(x) function

Just plug in the definitions of the erfcx function into your symbolic calculations? Or do the differentiation by hand? HTH

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How to plot Power spectral density vs. wavenumber for a two dimensional data

Well for the power-spectral density of the entire image you can just look at the power of the 2-D fft: fData = fft2(d); % pad w...

How to plot Power spectral density vs. wavenumber for a two dimensional data

Well for the power-spectral density of the entire image you can just look at the power of the 2-D fft: fData = fft2(d); % pad w...

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I want to print this statement 200 times using a loop or fprintf

for i_n = 1:200 fprintf('text-for-row %d\n',i_n) fprintf('text-for-next-%02d-row\n',i_n) end HTH

I want to print this statement 200 times using a loop or fprintf

for i_n = 1:200 fprintf('text-for-row %d\n',i_n) fprintf('text-for-next-%02d-row\n',i_n) end HTH

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Substitution to solve Coupled differential equations

Just look at the examples for ode45 - there should be some example explaining how to write a function returning dxdt when calle...

Substitution to solve Coupled differential equations

Just look at the examples for ode45 - there should be some example explaining how to write a function returning dxdt when calle...

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Image processing of an echocardiogram image

Well, for this homework task you'll get a hint: In the gray-scale area the R, G and B-layers of your image all have the same va...

Image processing of an echocardiogram image

Well, for this homework task you'll get a hint: In the gray-scale area the R, G and B-layers of your image all have the same va...

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Second argument must be a scalar or vector of length 2. (fzero)

Either you want a range for Mn0 where you want fzero to search for a minimum, or you want to run fzero with multiple starting po...

Second argument must be a scalar or vector of length 2. (fzero)

Either you want a range for Mn0 where you want fzero to search for a minimum, or you want to run fzero with multiple starting po...

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solve differential equation that have a time variant function and terms ode45

That should be just what the odeNN-suite of functions are made for. Just write yourself a function where you express the 2nd ord...

solve differential equation that have a time variant function and terms ode45

That should be just what the odeNN-suite of functions are made for. Just write yourself a function where you express the 2nd ord...

10 dagen ago | 0

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scatter polar plot interpolation

Have a look at the help for TriScatteredInterp, griddata those functions should help you interpolate between your measurement po...

scatter polar plot interpolation

Have a look at the help for TriScatteredInterp, griddata those functions should help you interpolate between your measurement po...

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How to fill between curves

Try something like: f_of_t = f(t); g_of_t = g(t); fill([t,flilr(t)],[f_of_t,fliplr(g_of_t)],'r') HTH

How to fill between curves

Try something like: f_of_t = f(t); g_of_t = g(t); fill([t,flilr(t)],[f_of_t,fliplr(g_of_t)],'r') HTH

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Problem with fitting curve with a user defined function directly

Well replace P and γ in your equation with those fixed values - that should leave you with A, and w, as free parameters to fit ...

Problem with fitting curve with a user defined function directly

Well replace P and γ in your equation with those fixed values - that should leave you with A, and w, as free parameters to fit ...

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How to solve differential equations that are in matrix form?

This seems to be exactly the type of ODE the odeNN-functions are designed to solve. Just put your ode into a function: function...

How to solve differential equations that are in matrix form?

This seems to be exactly the type of ODE the odeNN-functions are designed to solve. Just put your ode into a function: function...

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Matlab rasterizing vector graphics

I was under the impression that we only get proper vector-graphics when using the painters renderer, and that we get rasterized ...

Matlab rasterizing vector graphics

I was under the impression that we only get proper vector-graphics when using the painters renderer, and that we get rasterized ...

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"Quality" property of VideoWriter object doesn't do anything. How to get higher quality mp4 video?

It used to be so that movie2avi and VideoWriter didn't bother with the quality setting on Linux-machines - perhaps that's what y...

"Quality" property of VideoWriter object doesn't do anything. How to get higher quality mp4 video?

It used to be so that movie2avi and VideoWriter didn't bother with the quality setting on Linux-machines - perhaps that's what y...

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filtfilt changes signal amplitude badly - how to choose the right filter?

Don't instantly start looking at your data after differentiation - differentiation is a noise-amplifying operation! First you ha...

filtfilt changes signal amplitude badly - how to choose the right filter?

Don't instantly start looking at your data after differentiation - differentiation is a noise-amplifying operation! First you ha...

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Hints to smoothe noisy data

It sounds like you want a filter that is similar to what you get with the wiener2 function - from the top of my head I dont reme...

Hints to smoothe noisy data

It sounds like you want a filter that is similar to what you get with the wiener2 function - from the top of my head I dont reme...

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2D contour of X,Y,Z vectors

If you've made a matrix Z corresponding to the x and y-values (that seems to be well-behaved) this should work: contour(x,y,z) ...

2D contour of X,Y,Z vectors

If you've made a matrix Z corresponding to the x and y-values (that seems to be well-behaved) this should work: contour(x,y,z) ...

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How to validate high pass filtered images with original image?

Well "validate" a high-pass filtered image to the original image is a slightly confusing concept to me - by high-pass filtering ...

How to validate high pass filtered images with original image?

Well "validate" a high-pass filtered image to the original image is a slightly confusing concept to me - by high-pass filtering ...

24 dagen ago | 1

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Collapsing preallocated memory of sparse matrix

Is there a particular reason you dont collect the non-zero values and their matrix indices into 3 arrays and then after all thos...

Collapsing preallocated memory of sparse matrix

Is there a particular reason you dont collect the non-zero values and their matrix indices into 3 arrays and then after all thos...

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Generating random number.

Well, slightly unclear question, but I'll try answering: "you need to generating some given number of random points from a Gauss...

Generating random number.

Well, slightly unclear question, but I'll try answering: "you need to generating some given number of random points from a Gauss...

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HOW TO SEPARATE NUMERICAL DATA FROM A TEXTFILE?

Well you need to find out how many levels you have in your height-arrays, for that I suggest you take a look at the function uni...

HOW TO SEPARATE NUMERICAL DATA FROM A TEXTFILE?

Well you need to find out how many levels you have in your height-arrays, for that I suggest you take a look at the function uni...

25 dagen ago | 0

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ODE Solver Running Very "Slowly"

No, no, no, noo! Do not use the ODE-suite functions to calculate trajectories of particles in B (and E) - fields. They are ut...

ODE Solver Running Very "Slowly"

No, no, no, noo! Do not use the ODE-suite functions to calculate trajectories of particles in B (and E) - fields. They are ut...

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How do I make a 2D density plot using 3 sets of coordinates?

After some searching this ListDensityPlot function seems to be similar to the matlab-function: pcolor Perhaps if you have thre...

How do I make a 2D density plot using 3 sets of coordinates?

After some searching this ListDensityPlot function seems to be similar to the matlab-function: pcolor Perhaps if you have thre...

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Find coefficient for the best second-order polynomial that fits my data, using least-square fitting

Try: help polyfit HTH

Find coefficient for the best second-order polynomial that fits my data, using least-square fitting

Try: help polyfit HTH

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Why my barchart's 'xticklabel' is skipping the odd numbers and adding 0 and another number at the end?

Well, matlab has its own way to select and adjust what tick-marks should be used. What you can add at the end is something like ...

Why my barchart's 'xticklabel' is skipping the odd numbers and adding 0 and another number at the end?

Well, matlab has its own way to select and adjust what tick-marks should be used. What you can add at the end is something like ...

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How can I find a fit to my data points and using triangulation to approximate the planar area?

One thing you could try to squeeze around some difficult parts of your problem is to run through a coordinate transformation - f...

How can I find a fit to my data points and using triangulation to approximate the planar area?

One thing you could try to squeeze around some difficult parts of your problem is to run through a coordinate transformation - f...

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Image Processing with data of type single

For sake of simplicity - convert every image to double if you possibly can memory-wise. That way you won't have to deal with obs...

Image Processing with data of type single

For sake of simplicity - convert every image to double if you possibly can memory-wise. That way you won't have to deal with obs...

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