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HeatMap to Figure in 2009b vs. 2010b
To get a HeatMap in a figure window, I can do hmo.plot; in Matlab2009b, but in 2010b, the same operation returns the e...

casi 9 años ago | 1 answer | 0

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matlab algorithm question
In regard to your second question, a = a(:,1:3) redefines a to be all rows of the current matrix, but only columns 1 throu...

más de 9 años ago | 0

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Many questions about formatting heat maps
Hello, First off, this is related to the question I previously posted: <http://www.mathworks.co.uk/matlabcentral/answers/11020-...

más de 9 años ago | 1 answer | 0

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corr returns NaN
I'm calculating the correlation coefficient between two vectors, using corr. It returns NaN, and I'm curious to know why that i...

más de 9 años ago | 2 answers | 1

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Looking for suggestions on cleaning up my program
I'm sure there are other more important things, but if strcmpi(m2, 'y')==1 could be replaced by if strcmpi(m2, 'y'...

más de 9 años ago | 0

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How to make a unique vector
Also, from stackoverflow (I don't remember where, but if I find the post, I'll link it): [junk,index] = unique(a,'first'); ...

más de 9 años ago | 3

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caxis with HeatMap?
I'd like to specify the scale of the colormap used for a heat map. It seems that something like caxis would be appropriate bu...

más de 9 años ago | 1 answer | 0

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Colorbar displays in new figure
Hello, I am trying to add a colorbar to a heat map. I can do this for the most part through the GUI, but I'd like to do this...

más de 9 años ago | 4 answers | 0

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Parallel Processing
You could try a parfor loop: <http://www.mathworks.com/help/toolbox/distcomp/brjvpu3-1.html#brjvpwa> and <http://www.mathworks...

más de 9 años ago | 1

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equation using three variables
I'm not clear on your exact problem, but you can check out the function list to see if anything will work: <http://www.mathworks...

más de 9 años ago | 0

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cov in R2009b vs. R2010a
Sorry, it seems to be a question of precision. I subtracted the two matrices for comparison, but I missed the factor of 1.0e-15...

más de 9 años ago | 0

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cov in R2009b vs. R2010a
I used the cov function in R2009b and in R2010a and it returned different results. I am aware of the fact that there are multip...

más de 9 años ago | 2 answers | 0

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'HeatMap' not found, but DataMatrix is?
Hello, I'm working with Matlab R2009a and the Bioinformatics Toolbox Version 3.3. I was trying to create a heatmap, but Matlab...

más de 9 años ago | 1 answer | 0

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Problem with importing data from excel file on Mac
csvread might work in this case, if you're working from one worksheet, but only want a specific range of the data. <http://...

más de 9 años ago | 0

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Delete entries in an array that are no longer needed
Instead of using an array, you could just use two variables for each of your current variables. At the end of one iteration, ...

más de 9 años ago | 0

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Undefined function or method '...' for input arguments of type 'double'.
I'm getting the following error when I try to run some function m-files: ??? Undefined function or method '[name of functio...

más de 9 años ago | 30 answers | 3

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Rescaling colormap/colorbar
I am trying to create a heat map for some data that does not take on negative values. To make sure there was sufficient contras...

más de 9 años ago | 2 answers | 0

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fminunc and parallel computing?
Is it possible to utilize parallel computing to evaluate fminunc? If so, does one go about it the same way as for fmincon, fgoa...

más de 9 años ago | 1 answer | 0

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