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jsonecode doesn't support complex doubles

Here says: "JSON has no standard way to represent complex numbers, so there is no way to test for them in JSON Schema." Here a...

jsonecode doesn't support complex doubles

Here says: "JSON has no standard way to represent complex numbers, so there is no way to test for them in JSON Schema." Here a...

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Increase width of x axis

You need to set gca and not gcf: set(gca, 'Position', ...)

Increase width of x axis

You need to set gca and not gcf: set(gca, 'Position', ...)

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Combine hundred of mat files into one mat file (same quantity of row and column)

You can load all together: files = ["bearing1_1_1.mat", "bearing1_1_2.mat"]; % add all files here, use dir or ls ds = fileData...

Combine hundred of mat files into one mat file (same quantity of row and column)

You can load all together: files = ["bearing1_1_1.mat", "bearing1_1_2.mat"]; % add all files here, use dir or ls ds = fileData...

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retrieve data from a website with multiple pages

My answer doesn't totally solve your problem, but addresses your main questions (hopefully!). Before parsing the HTML itself, w...

retrieve data from a website with multiple pages

My answer doesn't totally solve your problem, but addresses your main questions (hopefully!). Before parsing the HTML itself, w...

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Find the position of elements of an array in another array and measure the euclidean distance between two array elements.

X = [11 12 13 21 22 23]; A = [11 22 21 13 12 23]; B = [11 13 21 23 22 12]; [~, Q] = ismember(X, B) [~, P] = ismember(X, A)...

Find the position of elements of an array in another array and measure the euclidean distance between two array elements.

X = [11 12 13 21 22 23]; A = [11 22 21 13 12 23]; B = [11 13 21 23 22 12]; [~, Q] = ismember(X, B) [~, P] = ismember(X, A)...

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Create timeseries of a 3d scattered plot

If you want to create an animation (GIF for instance) or a movie (e.g. AVI), you can: % see: https://mathworks.com/matlabcentra...

Create timeseries of a 3d scattered plot

If you want to create an animation (GIF for instance) or a movie (e.g. AVI), you can: % see: https://mathworks.com/matlabcentra...

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How to execute for-loop iterations in parallel

You don't need even a loop (parfor aside) for this (and I guess you don't even need ind2sub depending on your true purpose here)...

How to execute for-loop iterations in parallel

You don't need even a loop (parfor aside) for this (and I guess you don't even need ind2sub depending on your true purpose here)...

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Fixed Effects Design Matrix Must be of full column rank with multiple categorical predictors

The error is self-explanatory, and the reason is full dummy variable scheme you're using (why?). See here https://mathworks.com/...

Fixed Effects Design Matrix Must be of full column rank with multiple categorical predictors

The error is self-explanatory, and the reason is full dummy variable scheme you're using (why?). See here https://mathworks.com/...

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Why does my graph get sent to the end of the html when I publish it?

I cannot reproduce this behavior.

Why does my graph get sent to the end of the html when I publish it?

I cannot reproduce this behavior.

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Why do I receive Vectors must be the same length error in this code?

Error is very obvious: y and t1 don't have the same length. Try this t1 = linspace(1, max(y), length(y)); plot(t1, y)

Why do I receive Vectors must be the same length error in this code?

Error is very obvious: y and t1 don't have the same length. Try this t1 = linspace(1, max(y), length(y)); plot(t1, y)

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Can I use my CPU and GPU simultaneously for Numerical Simulation?

Technically, yes you can (given that you've installed CUDA) combine both. However, whether or not you get anything useful out of...

Can I use my CPU and GPU simultaneously for Numerical Simulation?

Technically, yes you can (given that you've installed CUDA) combine both. However, whether or not you get anything useful out of...

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Make a 2D plot with one arbitrary axis

You can start with something like this bpoints = [6.88, 7.84]; color = summer(numel(bpoints) + 1); % or whatever colors you li...

Make a 2D plot with one arbitrary axis

You can start with something like this bpoints = [6.88, 7.84]; color = summer(numel(bpoints) + 1); % or whatever colors you li...

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How to compare two different excel sheets specific columns for like values

xlsread is deprecated, avoid it. fullTab = readtable('File1.xlsx'); denseTab = readtable('File2.xlsx'); [idxFull, idxDens...

How to compare two different excel sheets specific columns for like values

xlsread is deprecated, avoid it. fullTab = readtable('File1.xlsx'); denseTab = readtable('File2.xlsx'); [idxFull, idxDens...

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How to extract a subset of a field from a structure while keeping respective information from the other fields?

field components doesn't have the same size as others. Maybe it's better if you provide part of your struct at least. Anyways, y...

How to extract a subset of a field from a structure while keeping respective information from the other fields?

field components doesn't have the same size as others. Maybe it's better if you provide part of your struct at least. Anyways, y...

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Read file whose name has a pattern that is part of another file name pattern

Try this files = {dir("*daily.nc").name}.' {'data1.4xdaily.nc'} {'data12.daily.nc' } {'data2.4xdaily.nc'} {'...

Read file whose name has a pattern that is part of another file name pattern

Try this files = {dir("*daily.nc").name}.' {'data1.4xdaily.nc'} {'data12.daily.nc' } {'data2.4xdaily.nc'} {'...

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How can I call a function from a different script into a plot with other plot-values?

Something's wrong with your second function, seems there is no input argument(s). vmatt_ASME doesn't accept any argument rather ...

How can I call a function from a different script into a plot with other plot-values?

Something's wrong with your second function, seems there is no input argument(s). vmatt_ASME doesn't accept any argument rather ...

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Which ANOVA type to apply in experimental design with replication?

You have repeatedly measured the outcome, so this would be a two-way (two categorical independent variables) repated-measures AN...

Which ANOVA type to apply in experimental design with replication?

You have repeatedly measured the outcome, so this would be a two-way (two categorical independent variables) repated-measures AN...

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Using webread() to fetch bibliographic data from Google Scholar

parsing the returned HTML aside, GS doesn't have an API (and doesn't intend to develop AFAIK), which makes things harder for fe...

Using webread() to fetch bibliographic data from Google Scholar

parsing the returned HTML aside, GS doesn't have an API (and doesn't intend to develop AFAIK), which makes things harder for fe...

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bioinformatics toolbox: getpubmed.m does not return the expected number of records

getpubmed (and generally, most of the functions in Bioinformatics toolbox) are quite outdated and TMW for some reasons, does not...

bioinformatics toolbox: getpubmed.m does not return the expected number of records

getpubmed (and generally, most of the functions in Bioinformatics toolbox) are quite outdated and TMW for some reasons, does not...

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How to identify and erase the cells with the error "Error using fit>iFit (line 348). NaN computed by model function, fitting cannot continue" in an array?

ft1= fittype( 'power2'); fit_curve = cell(length(Array_january), 1); % never forget preallocation! for k = 1:length(Array_janu...

How to identify and erase the cells with the error "Error using fit>iFit (line 348). NaN computed by model function, fitting cannot continue" in an array?

ft1= fittype( 'power2'); fit_curve = cell(length(Array_january), 1); % never forget preallocation! for k = 1:length(Array_janu...

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Save variable from struct to excel file

You have 3 conditions: each row in 'errors' corresponds to each condition. However, each row in 'distractors' is another matrix ...

Save variable from struct to excel file

You have 3 conditions: each row in 'errors' corresponds to each condition. However, each row in 'distractors' is another matrix ...

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Subtracting Matrices in Special way

There should be a simpler way, but this works: A=[1 10 12;2 12 3; 3 15 4; 4 16 7; 5 18 9; 6 10 10; 7 12 9; 9 5 6]; B=[3 9 8; 4...

Subtracting Matrices in Special way

There should be a simpler way, but this works: A=[1 10 12;2 12 3; 3 15 4; 4 16 7; 5 18 9; 6 10 10; 7 12 9; 9 5 6]; B=[3 9 8; 4...

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Why is fitlm affected by variable scale?

Well, the real question would be why not? You have introduced interaction terms to the model. Two models test different hypothe...

Why is fitlm affected by variable scale?

Well, the real question would be why not? You have introduced interaction terms to the model. Two models test different hypothe...

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Repeated Measure ANOVA 2x2

You can follow this example: % response was measured under two different conditions: c1 and c2 measured in two different time p...

Repeated Measure ANOVA 2x2

You can follow this example: % response was measured under two different conditions: c1 and c2 measured in two different time p...

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Is it possible to make the background of a polar histogram transparent?

One way that comes to my mind is to save it as eps (or pdf): set(gcf, 'color', 'none'); set(gca, 'color', 'none'); exportgrap...

Is it possible to make the background of a polar histogram transparent?

One way that comes to my mind is to save it as eps (or pdf): set(gcf, 'color', 'none'); set(gca, 'color', 'none'); exportgrap...

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I need help in the code. what am I doing wrong?

This may help: fnc = @(url) regexp(url, "(?<=https?://)(.*?)[^:]*", 'match'); fnc('https://en.wikipedia.org:443/wiki/Kitten?...

I need help in the code. what am I doing wrong?

This may help: fnc = @(url) regexp(url, "(?<=https?://)(.*?)[^:]*", 'match'); fnc('https://en.wikipedia.org:443/wiki/Kitten?...

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How to find the row wise linear regression coefficients?

nsample = 29; nvar = 3420; % sample data y = rand(nsample, nvar); x1 = rand(nsample, nvar); x2 = rand(nsample, nvar); x...

How to find the row wise linear regression coefficients?

nsample = 29; nvar = 3420; % sample data y = rand(nsample, nvar); x1 = rand(nsample, nvar); x2 = rand(nsample, nvar); x...

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Plotting statistics for a table

Try this, but note that your variables are highly skewed, so you should try boxplot or boxchart (median and IQR instead of mean ...

Plotting statistics for a table

Try this, but note that your variables are highly skewed, so you should try boxplot or boxchart (median and IQR instead of mean ...

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How can I speed up this indexing code?

Avoid comparing strings within the loop and instead take advantage of the index vector from unique: a = ["A", "B2", "A", "C", "...

How can I speed up this indexing code?

Avoid comparing strings within the loop and instead take advantage of the index vector from unique: a = ["A", "B2", "A", "C", "...

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How to use two data unit length in the plot function?

Either transform your data (e.g. log transformation), or break X-/Y-axes. There are several FEX already out there: mathworks.co...

How to use two data unit length in the plot function?

Either transform your data (e.g. log transformation), or break X-/Y-axes. There are several FEX already out there: mathworks.co...

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