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How to return no output in a function with output?

output variables, the same as input variables, are optional You can choose to return one, both or neither of your outputs. In ...

How to return no output in a function with output?

output variables, the same as input variables, are optional You can choose to return one, both or neither of your outputs. In ...

16 días ago | 0

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Can I run MATLAB code on a server?

I think this may be what you are looking for https://www.mathworks.com/help/compiler/webapps/install-matlab-web-app-server.html...

Can I run MATLAB code on a server?

I think this may be what you are looking for https://www.mathworks.com/help/compiler/webapps/install-matlab-web-app-server.html...

17 días ago | 0

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app designer private and public properties?

If these functions are methods of your app, you can use private properties from within these methods, but if they are functions ...

app designer private and public properties?

If these functions are methods of your app, you can use private properties from within these methods, but if they are functions ...

18 días ago | 0

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Group cells in a matrix per column based on an indexed starting point

you can map the ends of each series of ones using diff: C = [diff(B, 1, 1) == -1; B(end, :)]; then check each occurence of C ...

Group cells in a matrix per column based on an indexed starting point

you can map the ends of each series of ones using diff: C = [diff(B, 1, 1) == -1; B(end, :)]; then check each occurence of C ...

18 días ago | 0

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Best practice for updating default parameter values inside a function, preferably with struct

Using assignin as your configuration strategy is a bad idea not only due to bad performance. It's also very prone to bugs. lets ...

Best practice for updating default parameter values inside a function, preferably with struct

Using assignin as your configuration strategy is a bad idea not only due to bad performance. It's also very prone to bugs. lets ...

20 días ago | 1

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Cross tabulation row percentages

How about something like that? t{:,{'sale1','sale2'}} = t{:,{'sale1','sale2'}}./t.totalsales * 100 Given that t is your ...

Cross tabulation row percentages

How about something like that? t{:,{'sale1','sale2'}} = t{:,{'sale1','sale2'}}./t.totalsales * 100 Given that t is your ...

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Help me about my error on index in position 2 exceeds array bounds (must not exceed 800).

I have no idea what rm and cm are, but at some iteration y=(j-1)*8 + 8 is greater than the number of columns in your matrix u...

Help me about my error on index in position 2 exceeds array bounds (must not exceed 800).

I have no idea what rm and cm are, but at some iteration y=(j-1)*8 + 8 is greater than the number of columns in your matrix u...

29 días ago | 0

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How do I determine which row my value change significantly

Im assuming its roughly 375 and not exactly that value, otherwise go with Turlough Hughes' solution which is simpler. The eas...

How do I determine which row my value change significantly

Im assuming its roughly 375 and not exactly that value, otherwise go with Turlough Hughes' solution which is simpler. The eas...

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How to plot a function with different values

You can make M a column vector, then calculate S as a matrix then if you plot it against t which is a row vector plot should tr...

How to plot a function with different values

You can make M a column vector, then calculate S as a matrix then if you plot it against t which is a row vector plot should tr...

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How to extract a value out of different .mat files and save them into an array

s = load('my_file_5.mat'); will return a struct, each variable in the file will be put in a field in that struct if all files ...

How to extract a value out of different .mat files and save them into an array

s = load('my_file_5.mat'); will return a struct, each variable in the file will be put in a field in that struct if all files ...

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Mean of the third dimension

try this: avgPerYear = nanmean(rain, [1,2]); that would generate an inconvenient 3rd dimention vector so you can reshape it i...

Mean of the third dimension

try this: avgPerYear = nanmean(rain, [1,2]); that would generate an inconvenient 3rd dimention vector so you can reshape it i...

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how to find out how many columns have more than 50 elements which are greater than 1?

x = rand(100) * 2; atLeast50 = sum(x > 1, 1) > 50;

how to find out how many columns have more than 50 elements which are greater than 1?

x = rand(100) * 2; atLeast50 = sum(x > 1, 1) > 50;

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Array indices must be positive integers or logical values.

in Matlab, matrix indices start from one, not zero like other programming languages, but your index starts from zero: colum-dtn...

Array indices must be positive integers or logical values.

in Matlab, matrix indices start from one, not zero like other programming languages, but your index starts from zero: colum-dtn...

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Is there a faster way of splitting a cell array into numeric array while preserving NaN?

try this endsWithSemicolon = cellfun(@(s) endsWith(s, ';'), data); x = cellfun(@(s) textscan(s, '%f', 'Delimiter', ';', 'Empty...

Is there a faster way of splitting a cell array into numeric array while preserving NaN?

try this endsWithSemicolon = cellfun(@(s) endsWith(s, ';'), data); x = cellfun(@(s) textscan(s, '%f', 'Delimiter', ';', 'Empty...

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A question on regexprep

A is not a match for your regexp, match = regexp(s,'\<(\w)(\w*)(\w)\>', 'match') match = 1×5 cell array {'John'...

A question on regexprep

A is not a match for your regexp, match = regexp(s,'\<(\w)(\w*)(\w)\>', 'match') match = 1×5 cell array {'John'...

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What exactly is a StartPoint for a Curve Fitting Tool, its significance and how it works?

curve fitting works by trying to find the parameters of your model, lets say you are trying to fit a gaussian to a single peak c...

What exactly is a StartPoint for a Curve Fitting Tool, its significance and how it works?

curve fitting works by trying to find the parameters of your model, lets say you are trying to fit a gaussian to a single peak c...

5 meses ago | 1

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how do I allow user to choose a folder to run the rest of the functions?

<https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/uigetdir.html uigetdir>

how do I allow user to choose a folder to run the rest of the functions?

<https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/uigetdir.html uigetdir>

5 meses ago | 0

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Create array of “deep” struct (scalar) fields

As always, you can use a small utility function to drill down the object hierarchy It's probably not the most elegant solution ...

Create array of “deep” struct (scalar) fields

As always, you can use a small utility function to drill down the object hierarchy It's probably not the most elegant solution ...

5 meses ago | 1

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Plot text (x axis) vs. y axis (numbers)

Why don't you convert x to a number? % mock data hrs = arrayfun(@(n) [num2str(n) 'H'], 0:23, 'UniformOutput', false); hrs(1:1...

Plot text (x axis) vs. y axis (numbers)

Why don't you convert x to a number? % mock data hrs = arrayfun(@(n) [num2str(n) 'H'], 0:23, 'UniformOutput', false); hrs(1:1...

6 meses ago | 0

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Indexing a matrix that's not in the workspace

you can write a utility function to do that function value = debugPrint(a, i) value = a(i); end %% or using an anonymo...

Indexing a matrix that's not in the workspace

you can write a utility function to do that function value = debugPrint(a, i) value = a(i); end %% or using an anonymo...

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How do I unstack/transpose table in Matlab?

unstack groups using a third column, but you can trick it to do what you want by adding a fake third column id={'id1';'id1';'id...

How do I unstack/transpose table in Matlab?

unstack groups using a third column, but you can trick it to do what you want by adding a fake third column id={'id1';'id1';'id...

6 meses ago | 1

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GUI gives error after moving to a different computer

Another possible workaround would be to create a stub of this function Unfortunately this function is not a builtin, so builtin...

GUI gives error after moving to a different computer

Another possible workaround would be to create a stub of this function Unfortunately this function is not a builtin, so builtin...

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How to write elements of a nested cell array to an excel?

The problem starts with the different sizes of each rpw which makes it more complecated to unravel the nested cell arrays c...

How to write elements of a nested cell array to an excel?

The problem starts with the different sizes of each rpw which makes it more complecated to unravel the nested cell arrays c...

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How to remove numbers that only show up once in a list of recurring numbers

x = [1,1,1,1,2,3,3,3,3,4,5,5,5,5,6,7,7,7,7,7,7,8,53,54,54,54,54,54]; numbers = 1:max(x); numx = accumarray(x(:), 1); atLeast2...

How to remove numbers that only show up once in a list of recurring numbers

x = [1,1,1,1,2,3,3,3,3,4,5,5,5,5,6,7,7,7,7,7,7,8,53,54,54,54,54,54]; numbers = 1:max(x); numx = accumarray(x(:), 1); atLeast2...

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How to run an App every 2 hours

Use a <https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/matlab_prog/use-a-matlab-timer-object.html timer>

How to run an App every 2 hours

Use a <https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/matlab_prog/use-a-matlab-timer-object.html timer>

6 meses ago | 0

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How to replace missing values in a cell array?

x = {missing(), 1, 2, 3, missing(), missing(), 5}; mask = cellfun(@ismissing, x); x(mask) = {[]}; % or whatever value yo...

How to replace missing values in a cell array?

x = {missing(), 1, 2, 3, missing(), missing(), 5}; mask = cellfun(@ismissing, x); x(mask) = {[]}; % or whatever value yo...

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Interpolating random values to smoothen a curve

you can implement the stavisky golay filter basically the idea is to iterate through the data and on each point perform a polyn...

Interpolating random values to smoothen a curve

you can implement the stavisky golay filter basically the idea is to iterate through the data and on each point perform a polyn...

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Scatter Plot with string in x-axis and integer on y-axis

Maybe bar chart would be better for you, but if you must use scatter plot scatter(1:5,percentage); set(gca, 'XTick', 1:5...

Scatter Plot with string in x-axis and integer on y-axis

Maybe bar chart would be better for you, but if you must use scatter plot scatter(1:5,percentage); set(gca, 'XTick', 1:5...

6 meses ago | 0

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how to add lable into rows

You need to use an inner join t3 = join(otherTable,goods,'key','keyColumnName') Or if the key column name is different i...

how to add lable into rows

You need to use an inner join t3 = join(otherTable,goods,'key','keyColumnName') Or if the key column name is different i...

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Putting the result from eval into a cell array

please please please don't use eval to access varriable names eval is not built for that, however, for some reason the first th...

Putting the result from eval into a cell array

please please please don't use eval to access varriable names eval is not built for that, however, for some reason the first th...

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