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How can I keep figure boxes from popping up while running script.

Are you wanting to save the plot created on each pass of your loop? If so, just move the figure creation line out of the loop. A...

How can I keep figure boxes from popping up while running script.

Are you wanting to save the plot created on each pass of your loop? If so, just move the figure creation line out of the loop. A...

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how can i add noise to the image??

Do you have the image processing toolbox? If so, you might find *imnoise* useful. http://www.mathworks.com/help/images/ref/im...

how can i add noise to the image??

Do you have the image processing toolbox? If so, you might find *imnoise* useful. http://www.mathworks.com/help/images/ref/im...

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Can a function inside a parent code access the full workspace of that parent code?

A nested function can access the variables stored in the workspace of its caller function: function x = outer_function(a,b)...

Can a function inside a parent code access the full workspace of that parent code?

A nested function can access the variables stored in the workspace of its caller function: function x = outer_function(a,b)...

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How to include a conditional function inside a "for k = 1 : 200" loop?

Yes, you need to pass the k value, and any other values used from the calling function, into your function that you call within ...

How to include a conditional function inside a "for k = 1 : 200" loop?

Yes, you need to pass the k value, and any other values used from the calling function, into your function that you call within ...

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how can store string and number in a matrix?

You can use a cell array for storing values of differing datatypes: A = {'matlab' 'ver' 12} You can also use a cell array ...

how can store string and number in a matrix?

You can use a cell array for storing values of differing datatypes: A = {'matlab' 'ver' 12} You can also use a cell array ...

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Is it possible to configure data in a excel file from matlab? If so, How can I do it?

Do you want the timestamp (22:57:13) to be split into separate rows or placed all in the same column? Either way, a combinati...

Is it possible to configure data in a excel file from matlab? If so, How can I do it?

Do you want the timestamp (22:57:13) to be split into separate rows or placed all in the same column? Either way, a combinati...

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Need help inproveing function...

Does this do what you want? >> x = [1 1 3 5 4 6 6 1 9 1 1 8 2 5 5 5 2 7 7 2 2 2]; >> idx = cumsum([1 diff(x) ~= 0]); ...

Need help inproveing function...

Does this do what you want? >> x = [1 1 3 5 4 6 6 1 9 1 1 8 2 5 5 5 2 7 7 2 2 2]; >> idx = cumsum([1 diff(x) ~= 0]); ...

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How to open an axes object inside a GUI ?

If you're asking if this sort of functionality is available without doing your own coding when interacting with axes in figure w...

How to open an axes object inside a GUI ?

If you're asking if this sort of functionality is available without doing your own coding when interacting with axes in figure w...

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export output from a linear regression to Excel

You could store your data in a cell array where the first row of elements are the headings (coefficients, r^2, etc.). Then that ...

export output from a linear regression to Excel

You could store your data in a cell array where the first row of elements are the headings (coefficients, r^2, etc.). Then that ...

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when using genetic algorithm, the number of variables(nvar) is dependant on the row vector(x) that my fitness function accepts. How can I deal with that?

Have you looked into the *varargin* function? help varargin You could then parse the arguments contained within varargin...

when using genetic algorithm, the number of variables(nvar) is dependant on the row vector(x) that my fitness function accepts. How can I deal with that?

Have you looked into the *varargin* function? help varargin You could then parse the arguments contained within varargin...

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Help finding the sum of neighboring elements in a matrix?

A 2D convolution should work for your purposes: help conv2 To sum elements, just make your filter a matrix of ones. You...

Help finding the sum of neighboring elements in a matrix?

A 2D convolution should work for your purposes: help conv2 To sum elements, just make your filter a matrix of ones. You...

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nested if else statements

x = 5.5 if x > 6 disp('x is greater than 6') elseif x >= 3 && x <= 6 if mod(x,1) ~= 0 ...

nested if else statements

x = 5.5 if x > 6 disp('x is greater than 6') elseif x >= 3 && x <= 6 if mod(x,1) ~= 0 ...

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GigE Camera Error: Unable to set PacketSize

Have you tried setting the Packet Size property for your camera? Outside of matlab, you should make sure Jumbo Frames are enable...

GigE Camera Error: Unable to set PacketSize

Have you tried setting the Packet Size property for your camera? Outside of matlab, you should make sure Jumbo Frames are enable...

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How to find specifying pattern in the string

It sounds like *regexp* would do what you're wanting. idx = regexp(s,'V[bx]x_') If idx returns anything other than empty...

How to find specifying pattern in the string

It sounds like *regexp* would do what you're wanting. idx = regexp(s,'V[bx]x_') If idx returns anything other than empty...

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ln not recognised as a command

help log If you read the help file for *log*, you'll see that it _is_ the natural logarithm function. *ln* is not a built-i...

ln not recognised as a command

help log If you read the help file for *log*, you'll see that it _is_ the natural logarithm function. *ln* is not a built-i...

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Determine if a value is an Empty Matrix: 0 x 1 and replace with NaN

help isempty Your code would look something like this: if l == 1 fint = intersect(find(b(:,1)==k),find(b(:,2)==...

Determine if a value is an Empty Matrix: 0 x 1 and replace with NaN

help isempty Your code would look something like this: if l == 1 fint = intersect(find(b(:,1)==k),find(b(:,2)==...

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GUI table, add/remove row buttons

Here's a snippet of code I've used in the past for adding and subtracting rows. I modified it for use with a pushbutton. This as...

GUI table, add/remove row buttons

Here's a snippet of code I've used in the past for adding and subtracting rows. I modified it for use with a pushbutton. This as...

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Adding fields to struct within variable editor

From within the variable editor window: Right click -> New Then modify the field's value to whatever you like.

Adding fields to struct within variable editor

From within the variable editor window: Right click -> New Then modify the field's value to whatever you like.

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Puzzler for a Monday

Here's my solution. It's ugly, but I think it's fairly general. :P function A = cell_shuffle(A) idx = cellfun(@(x)iseq...

Puzzler for a Monday

Here's my solution. It's ugly, but I think it's fairly general. :P function A = cell_shuffle(A) idx = cellfun(@(x)iseq...

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Repeat Try/Catch loop?

You could embed your try/catch statements in a while loop, then check a condition at the beginning each iteration to see if the ...

Repeat Try/Catch loop?

You could embed your try/catch statements in a while loop, then check a condition at the beginning each iteration to see if the ...

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How to assisgn char data into empty Edit Text in Matlab GUI ?

Assuming you created your GUI using GUIDE: set(handles.edit1,'String',scale)

How to assisgn char data into empty Edit Text in Matlab GUI ?

Assuming you created your GUI using GUIDE: set(handles.edit1,'String',scale)

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Attempt to reference field of non-structure array

You need to remove ".txt.", as your test file isn't loaded in as a structure and Matlab is interpreting the period as referencin...

Attempt to reference field of non-structure array

You need to remove ".txt.", as your test file isn't loaded in as a structure and Matlab is interpreting the period as referencin...

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How to call a property?

Does the following work? newVar = fit.Variance;

How to call a property?

Does the following work? newVar = fit.Variance;

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Plotting a 3-D Function with Interpolated Shading

[X,Y] = meshgrid(linspace(0,1,25), 0:.024:0.5); Z = cos(2*pi*(3.*X - 4.*Y)) ...

Plotting a 3-D Function with Interpolated Shading

[X,Y] = meshgrid(linspace(0,1,25), 0:.024:0.5); Z = cos(2*pi*(3.*X - 4.*Y)) ...

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How can i compare 2d shapes in mat lab?

In the below example, I'm assuming that you're going to be working with RGB data. That is, I'm assuming that your images aren't ...

How can i compare 2d shapes in mat lab?

In the below example, I'm assuming that you're going to be working with RGB data. That is, I'm assuming that your images aren't ...

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Moving between different GUI's (bypassing any intermediate GUI)

Others may be able to comment on the best way to do this using appdata. I have found, however, that simply passing the handles s...

Moving between different GUI's (bypassing any intermediate GUI)

Others may be able to comment on the best way to do this using appdata. I have found, however, that simply passing the handles s...

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update GUI from from call back

Does this do it? set(handles.listbox_handle,'String',contents{handles.Selection}) Also, I'm fairly sure that you don't n...

update GUI from from call back

Does this do it? set(handles.listbox_handle,'String',contents{handles.Selection}) Also, I'm fairly sure that you don't n...

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Why does Matlab display different pixel values than other programs?

Shot in the dark here, but could it have anything to do with those programs using 0 indexing while matlab uses 1 indexing? Paint...

Why does Matlab display different pixel values than other programs?

Shot in the dark here, but could it have anything to do with those programs using 0 indexing while matlab uses 1 indexing? Paint...

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Plotting matrix coordinates with indices?

If I understand correctly, I think *imagesc* would work: M = eye(50); %example matrix imagesc(M)

Plotting matrix coordinates with indices?

If I understand correctly, I think *imagesc* would work: M = eye(50); %example matrix imagesc(M)

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