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The University of Texas at Austin

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Fill data with NaN for missing days
I finally did it although using a loop: %create a index column first first_nan(:, 1) = 1:365; %compare the A matrix ...

casi 2 años ago | 0

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Fill data with NaN for missing days
I have a matrix A in which I have number of days in first column and corresponding data in the second column. For example, A (...

casi 2 años ago | 1 answer | 0

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Combine(mosaic) geolocated Earth data horizontally
Hi, I am processing MODIS level 2 data granules in hdf format. Reading one granule, I get one 203*135 sized 'latitude' matrix, a...

casi 2 años ago | 0 answers | 0

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nanmean gives unexpected results
I am calculating nanmean using two different techniques. I have a matrix avg_terra_aqua1 of size 28*360000. In the first method,...

casi 2 años ago | 1 answer | 0

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Using horzcat in a loop for combining large number of files
hi, I need to combine 100 matrices horizontally using horzcat. I have a matrix named 'data' of size 20*30*100 in which 100 repr...

alrededor de 2 años ago | 1 answer | 0

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indices when the columns are all nan
I am using [m, d] = nanmax (r_all); to get the maximum values and corresponding indices in matlab. There are several columns in ...

más de 3 años ago | 2 answers | 0

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Formula for cross-correlation in matlab
It looks like that 'xcorr' does not calculate Pearson correlation coefficient directly. To get Pearson correlation coefficient, ...

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Formula for cross-correlation in matlab
When we calculate cross correlation using the function 'xcorr' with 'coeff' option, does the function calculate Pearson correlat...

más de 3 años ago | 2 answers | 0

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hide NaNs in geoshow
I am plotting some data using geoshow as below: geoshow (yy, xx, data, 'displaytype', 'texturemap'); The 'data' has a lot of NaN...

casi 4 años ago | 2 answers | 0

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Percentage of contribution of multiple factors to a single dependent variable using PCA in Matlab
Unfortunately, PCA may not be the tool for what you are looking for. PCA is more suitable when the number of variables is large ...

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Input for PCA function
Depending on your objective, you can probably consider 'd' as another variable. In such a case, put a, b, c, and d in four colum...

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PCA scaling and centering documentation wrong?
You got it little wrong. When you do PCA(Y), by default, PCA again centers the data. So if you want to get the same values as PC...

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Distinguish between 2 variables using PCA
PCA can certainly give some insights in your problem. Run PCA in your data and look at the different principal components. In yo...

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pca: missing first pc
Your question is not clear, pca(X) will give coefficient matrix whose first column represents coefficients of the first principa...

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Interpreting outputs of pca function
In short, you cannot attribute one principal component to a particular variable, because by definition, a principal component is...

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cross correlation using 'xcorr' in the presence of NaN or missing values
Hi I am trying to calculate cross correlation of two time-series at different lags but my data have a lot of NaN values. When I ...

alrededor de 4 años ago | 0 answers | 0

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using 'als' algorithm in pca
I am doing PCA using 'als' algorithm as below. When I specify a specific number of components (1 here), the 'explained' term giv...

más de 4 años ago | 0 answers | 0

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nancov gives strange results
I have a standardized matrix (aod_normalized) of a variable whose size is 3653*12, where 3653 is the no. of observations and 12 ...

más de 4 años ago | 1 answer | 0

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plotting lat, lon, altitude, variable
Never mind! I was able to plot as I wanted with a small tweak. This is what I did: load ('coast.mat'); long (lo...

más de 4 años ago | 0

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plotting lat, lon, altitude, variable
I have 3 vectors of latitude, longitude, and elevation respectively. I also have a corresponding 3d matrix of size latitude*long...

más de 4 años ago | 4 answers | 0

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how to run a function in each cells?
Hi, I am using a function 'taylordiag' as follows: [ hp, ht, axl ] = taylordiag ( stn { 1 } (2, : ), stn { 1 } ( 3, : ), stn {...

alrededor de 5 años ago | 1 answer | 0

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How to calculate correlation coefficient between two 3-d matrices?
This is often required in analyzing climate data from netcdf files. Climate variables are stored in 3-d matrix (lat, lon, time)....

más de 5 años ago | 2 answers | 0

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How to rotate entire 3d data with x,y,z values along a particular axis (say x axis)?
I need to rotate my 3d dataset defined by x,y,z coordinate along x axis at a specified angle (say 45 degree). This kinds of rota...

más de 5 años ago | 2 answers | 0

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