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Kendra Wright


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Helping filling in missing data sections with NaN
What I have is a large data set with five minute data for about 5 months. It comes out to be quite a large array. It's called B ...

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Hourly Averaging over 10s Data
I have 10 second data in an excel file. I have opened it will xlsread. The first column is the date and time, which I have conve...

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textscan: skipping rows with missing data
I'm using textscan() to open large txt files. Every so often I get a line where the value in the third column is missing, so eve...

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Replacing cells in a cell array/Dealing with AM and PM using datenum
I'm creating a time stamp by converting my time and date using datenum(). Now I have the issue of the AM and PM. My thought was ...

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Open a txt file written with dlmwrite
I was able to solve the problem by opening it with write access like so: fileID = fopen('Test2014Data3.txt','w');

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Open a txt file written with dlmwrite
I've written a rather large txt file using the dlmwrite() function. Now I'm trying to open the file and read it so I can plot th...

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Throwing out bad data
I have a large data set where sometimes we have a "bad" data point. The the column "count" in the matrix "x" below, I have the v...

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Determining what type of data is in my array
Excellent. Thank you.

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Determining what type of data is in my array
I'm writing a code to deal with a large data set and I'm not so great with Matlab just yet. I've searched, but I'm wondering if ...

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