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How can I generate an array of binary data of this form?

Hi Luqman, Please see the code below and read the comments: N = 6; permutatedArray = [ones(1,N/2),zeros(1,N/2)]; % this cre...

How can I generate an array of binary data of this form?

Hi Luqman, Please see the code below and read the comments: N = 6; permutatedArray = [ones(1,N/2),zeros(1,N/2)]; % this cre...

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How to append number to array

Assuming that your function's outputs are 1x1 double, you can use below: S0=30; K=32; r=0.03; sigma=0.2; T=1; M=10; % er...

How to append number to array

Assuming that your function's outputs are 1x1 double, you can use below: S0=30; K=32; r=0.03; sigma=0.2; T=1; M=10; % er...

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Making plots look beautiful

Hello Hari, I have just created a dummy data and plot them for you. You must check the line properties in documentation here t...

Making plots look beautiful

Hello Hari, I have just created a dummy data and plot them for you. You must check the line properties in documentation here t...

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Index exceeds matrix dimensions

You can't use simulink as a variable name. simulink(i)=simulink1; % simulink is already a built-in function which starts simul...

Index exceeds matrix dimensions

You can't use simulink as a variable name. simulink(i)=simulink1; % simulink is already a built-in function which starts simul...

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How to fill a 1024 point array with two cycles of a cosine wave?

You can use linspace. Example: xData = linspace(0,4*pi,1024); yData = cos(xData); figure; plot(xData,yData);

How to fill a 1024 point array with two cycles of a cosine wave?

You can use linspace. Example: xData = linspace(0,4*pi,1024); yData = cos(xData); figure; plot(xData,yData);

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Change categorical array categories in table for use in uitable dropdown

Hi Vik, I don't know why it didn't work, I have tried what you did above. I tried exact the same thing with categorical variabl...

Change categorical array categories in table for use in uitable dropdown

Hi Vik, I don't know why it didn't work, I have tried what you did above. I tried exact the same thing with categorical variabl...

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access data in structure?

You are almost there. Try this: H0=struct('h',[0,0],'Q_centroid',[0,0],'Q_action',[.5,.51,.5,.51],'Q_table',[0]); H1=struct('...

access data in structure?

You are almost there. Try this: H0=struct('h',[0,0],'Q_centroid',[0,0],'Q_action',[.5,.51,.5,.51],'Q_table',[0]); H1=struct('...

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Extract only numbers from a cell array.

Your data seems much more complicated than that and has commas inside cells as a char also. I have removed white spaces, +j s...

Extract only numbers from a cell array.

Your data seems much more complicated than that and has commas inside cells as a char also. I have removed white spaces, +j s...

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How can I find which row has a specied values that I entered?

For example, A=[4 5 6 7; 8 4 5 6; 4 5 6 8; 8 4 8 9 ;1 2 2 4; 4 5 6 8]; % A matrix v = [4 5 6 8]; % vector you are searching f...

How can I find which row has a specied values that I entered?

For example, A=[4 5 6 7; 8 4 5 6; 4 5 6 8; 8 4 8 9 ;1 2 2 4; 4 5 6 8]; % A matrix v = [4 5 6 8]; % vector you are searching f...

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How can share the handles variable between two skripts?

@madhan ravi +1 If they are scripts, they should be created as methods of a class which is abstracted from handle superclass. ...

How can share the handles variable between two skripts?

@madhan ravi +1 If they are scripts, they should be created as methods of a class which is abstracted from handle superclass. ...

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GUI Resizing Issue for Different Screen Resolutions

The best, easiest and effortless way to do it is using GUI Layout Toolbox from FEX. You will never need to implement SizeChang...

GUI Resizing Issue for Different Screen Resolutions

The best, easiest and effortless way to do it is using GUI Layout Toolbox from FEX. You will never need to implement SizeChang...

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How to use uiwait in GUI

Use waitfor instead. Waitfor pauses calculation until the object destroyed or deleted. figHandle = uifigure(..) % or you can c...

How to use uiwait in GUI

Use waitfor instead. Waitfor pauses calculation until the object destroyed or deleted. figHandle = uifigure(..) % or you can c...

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Basic power rule ((a^b)^c = a^(b*c)) does not work

By the definition Euler's equation: z = x + iy means So the two things might be different: and x2 = exp(b*c) is e...

Basic power rule ((a^b)^c = a^(b*c)) does not work

By the definition Euler's equation: z = x + iy means So the two things might be different: and x2 = exp(b*c) is e...

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link axes of specific subplots

Hi Lieke, Try this below: ax1 = subplot(8,1,1); % plot something ax2 = subplot(8,1,2); % plot something ax8 = subplot(8,1,...

link axes of specific subplots

Hi Lieke, Try this below: ax1 = subplot(8,1,1); % plot something ax2 = subplot(8,1,2); % plot something ax8 = subplot(8,1,...

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swap values of an array

Hi Mazhar Ali, Try this below: for i = 1:numel(v) temp = O(v(i)); replacemnt = O(v(i)+1); O(v(i)) = r...

swap values of an array

Hi Mazhar Ali, Try this below: for i = 1:numel(v) temp = O(v(i)); replacemnt = O(v(i)+1); O(v(i)) = r...

18 dagen ago | 0

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Line property error with time series plot

Hi John, The below line is only gives the char array of a file name. You are not actually importing your data. Wind='FloNOAA...

Line property error with time series plot

Hi John, The below line is only gives the char array of a file name. You are not actually importing your data. Wind='FloNOAA...

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Nested for loops and saving data in a vector

Hi, First start with preallocation. lambda will be your 100x7 matrix, each row is a set of 7 calculation. alpha=[-0.17445,0.0...

Nested for loops and saving data in a vector

Hi, First start with preallocation. lambda will be your 100x7 matrix, each row is a set of 7 calculation. alpha=[-0.17445,0.0...

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deleting the entire line starting from 0,0,0 from a huge text file

Try this: A(all((A(:,[1:3]) == [0 0 0])')',:) = []; Where A is the Nx6 double array from your text file.

deleting the entire line starting from 0,0,0 from a huge text file

Try this: A(all((A(:,[1:3]) == [0 0 0])')',:) = []; Where A is the Nx6 double array from your text file.

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'Envelope' function doesn't work anymore

Maybe this would help you: restoredefaultpath rehash toolboxcache savepath Please restart Matlab after this execution.

'Envelope' function doesn't work anymore

Maybe this would help you: restoredefaultpath rehash toolboxcache savepath Please restart Matlab after this execution.

19 dagen ago | 0

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How to make an editable uitable with one categorical column ?

The reason is the uitable's 2nd and 3rd columns are cell array. You should create them as double arrays like below with bracke...

How to make an editable uitable with one categorical column ?

The reason is the uitable's 2nd and 3rd columns are cell array. You should create them as double arrays like below with bracke...

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how to creat this vector Z?

Try this: X=[nan nan 4 3 6 9 2 nan nan nan 8 2 13 6 1 nan]; Y=[9 13]; risingEdgeLocs = find(diff(~isnan(X)) > 0); indSpli...

how to creat this vector Z?

Try this: X=[nan nan 4 3 6 9 2 nan nan nan 8 2 13 6 1 nan]; Y=[9 13]; risingEdgeLocs = find(diff(~isnan(X)) > 0); indSpli...

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Automatic resize of tables in MATLAB

Have you tried java object written here? https://undocumentedmatlab.com/page/27 jScroll = findjobj(hTable); jTable = jScroll...

Automatic resize of tables in MATLAB

Have you tried java object written here? https://undocumentedmatlab.com/page/27 jScroll = findjobj(hTable); jTable = jScroll...

19 dagen ago | 0

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How to dynamically name variables in a matlab struct?

You are almost there. Define your algor2 and probl2 as cell arrays with braces: algor2 = {'alg1','alg2','alg3'} probl2 = {'...

How to dynamically name variables in a matlab struct?

You are almost there. Define your algor2 and probl2 as cell arrays with braces: algor2 = {'alg1','alg2','alg3'} probl2 = {'...

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TickLabelFormat with exponential format without precision

just use logaritmic axis with semilogx: i = 1:10; x = 10.^i; y = rand(1,numel(x)); figure; hPlot = semilogx(x,y); Here i...

TickLabelFormat with exponential format without precision

just use logaritmic axis with semilogx: i = 1:10; x = 10.^i; y = rand(1,numel(x)); figure; hPlot = semilogx(x,y); Here i...

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Given feed back that, I need to call outputSummary with the proper arguments.

This code is so badly written. There are too many nested functions. outputSummary function is defined inside the costFunction....

Given feed back that, I need to call outputSummary with the proper arguments.

This code is so badly written. There are too many nested functions. outputSummary function is defined inside the costFunction....

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Creating a n*2 array from a variable in workspace

Please read this below: https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/304528-tutorial-why-variables-should-not-be-named-dyna...

Creating a n*2 array from a variable in workspace

Please read this below: https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/304528-tutorial-why-variables-should-not-be-named-dyna...

20 dagen ago | 0

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Report or Research Paper which explains, How does fmincon work?

Here you can see another answer of the similar question: https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/111542-how-does-fminc...

Report or Research Paper which explains, How does fmincon work?

Here you can see another answer of the similar question: https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/111542-how-does-fminc...

20 dagen ago | 0

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Multiplying a matrix in a cell by another matrix in the same cell

Try this: RU = {randi(20,25,1),randi(20,25,1),randi(20,25,1),randi(20,25,1),randi(20,25,1)}'; result = prod(horzcat(RU{1:nume...

Multiplying a matrix in a cell by another matrix in the same cell

Try this: RU = {randi(20,25,1),randi(20,25,1),randi(20,25,1),randi(20,25,1),randi(20,25,1)}'; result = prod(horzcat(RU{1:nume...

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Help needed with a matlab code - end missing.

I haven't seen such a badly written code ever since in my life. How they put that in a paper? Zero comments, too many nested f...

Help needed with a matlab code - end missing.

I haven't seen such a badly written code ever since in my life. How they put that in a paper? Zero comments, too many nested f...

21 dagen ago | 0

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how can I show a photo by 10 seconds in matlab gui?

Try this: folderpath = 'C:\Users\...\Desktop\walpapers'; % folder of your jpg files directoryContent = dir([folderpath,'\*.jpg...

how can I show a photo by 10 seconds in matlab gui?

Try this: folderpath = 'C:\Users\...\Desktop\walpapers'; % folder of your jpg files directoryContent = dir([folderpath,'\*.jpg...

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