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I am trying to understand the output of imregcorr and could use some help. Below is the code I am working with. I have my own ...

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A toolbox of large-scale algorithms for unconstrained nonlinear optimization problems

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1 year ago

I have delved into this topic before <http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/newsreader/view_thread/300661#811585>, but am retu...

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My biggest gripe with the ribbon interface is the enormous amount of screen space it wastes. But the ability to hide it and put...

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Answered 2 years ago

I don't mean to be flame-baiting, I just don't know much about Linux/Unix/MacOS. Is it really so difficult to communicate betwe...

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Responded 5 years ago

Look at the documentation for Matlab's fzero() function. For example, to find the zero of cosine between 1 and 2: fun = ...

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Answered 1 year ago

You need to be aware of two things: 1. olFolderInbox should be the integer 6. 2. Indexing into VBA collections such as F...

The following code lets you simulate the PSF associated with spherical aberration (as well as diffraction). You need to specify...

Answered 3 years ago

xlsread seems to work fine, at least with small files. That seems to contradict your problem description. I created a simple t...

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Here's how you can get the linear fit parameters (in Excel) without reading text strings from the trendline labels: K>> V =...

I'm assuming that by "moving around", you're looking to use Matlab to control which cells are selected. Something like the foll...

You're on the right track. Here's how to set all of the error bars to 5: [xlY, xlBoth, xlFixedValue] = deal(1); eC.Seri...

I believe one way is to use function handles. Try the following func = @(x)likelihood(x, param_fix, kalman_init, VarObs); a...

Answered 4 years ago

64-bit LCC apparently doesn't ship with Matlab. See http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/newsreader/view_thread/254202

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I'm having the same problem. cpselect is designed for two images, but I'd really like to define points on just one. I tried us...

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I've done this in the past. The following are from some notes I wrote when doing this using versions R14SP3 and R2006a of the M...

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I don't know a lot about the publishing documentation. I generally haven't used publishing in Matlab that much. I did try it a...

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Posted 4 years ago

There are two good places to start: 1. http://www.mathworks.com/help/techdoc/matlab_external/bqdwu3j.html This is the Matlab d...

It's definitely better than the report generator. Here's some sample code to get you started and show how things are done. I c...

Regarding the quality reports: You might be better off creating reports as Word documents from Matlab via the COM interface. I...

Ken, I'm not quite sure what algorithm you had in mind to perform the analysis. I'm assuming your test chart has some large bo...

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I have used parfor in code on a machine without the Parallel Computing Toolbox installed. I just comment out the appropriate ma...

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Responded 4 years ago

Anybody claiming to brag that their research is "real" while everybody else here is playing ought to 1. understand why plotti...

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It will only help if you actually have enough RAM for the data you've got. I've created a 15 GB variable in Matlab 64-bit on Vi...

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It's a bit dated, but I've always liked the book "Graphics and GUIs with Matlab" by Marchand. I've still got the second edition...

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I'm a strong believer in classes, but I'm not sure this would solve the OP's original problem. You could very well define a cla...

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This post is a bit stale, but here's my take: There are times when the fast Fourier transform is not necessarily the fastest wa...

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It can take a while. I just ran depfun() on a rather significant piece of code I've written. It took 177 seconds to return a c...

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You should look at Matlab's built-in depfun() function. This returns a list of dependent functions as a cell array of strings. ...

I'm going to assume you have a vector f which is the frequency sampling vector and a signal s. Assuming s is in a centered coor...

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