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Combine Array from different cell

This is called concatenation. See the documentation of the function CAT. Matlab allows you to concatenate a bunch of column vec...

Combine Array from different cell

This is called concatenation. See the documentation of the function CAT. Matlab allows you to concatenate a bunch of column vec...

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how to make a column vector with evenly spaced entries with different coefficients

A simple one-liner: y = 3 ; k = 4 ; ycoeff(k:k:(k*k), 1) = (-k:-1)*y

how to make a column vector with evenly spaced entries with different coefficients

A simple one-liner: y = 3 ; k = 4 ; ycoeff(k:k:(k*k), 1) = (-k:-1)*y

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Mathematical computation for ordering matrices

You can sort the values according to the second column using sortrows. Something along these lines might work for you: centers ...

Mathematical computation for ordering matrices

You can sort the values according to the second column using sortrows. Something along these lines might work for you: centers ...

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Concatenating a 3D matrix in the 3rd dimension when some cells are empty

B = cat(1,A{1,1,1,:}) % N-by-2 array

Concatenating a 3D matrix in the 3rd dimension when some cells are empty

B = cat(1,A{1,1,1,:}) % N-by-2 array

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How can I make each cell array consistent in length?

If you make them the same length, you can also store them in a matrix. In that case, my PADCAT function is your friend :-) C = ...

How can I make each cell array consistent in length?

If you make them the same length, you can also store them in a matrix. In that case, my PADCAT function is your friend :-) C = ...

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Creating a table in matlab based on 2 variables and a for loop if statement.

This creates your table N = 11 ; % 10 timestamps time = 0:N-1 ; x = [4 3 1 4 2] ; y = [1 2 3 1 4] ; Z = repmat(y, N, 1) fo...

Creating a table in matlab based on 2 variables and a for loop if statement.

This creates your table N = 11 ; % 10 timestamps time = 0:N-1 ; x = [4 3 1 4 2] ; y = [1 2 3 1 4] ; Z = repmat(y, N, 1) fo...

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organising large sets of data into a irregular matrix

You can use cell arrays for this. A=[ 32 7.83425 32 8.0074 5 8.01005 5 8.0119 5 8.10775 19 8.1082 ...

organising large sets of data into a irregular matrix

You can use cell arrays for this. A=[ 32 7.83425 32 8.0074 5 8.01005 5 8.0119 5 8.10775 19 8.1082 ...

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frequency of 2D matrix in 3D matrix

Convert the 3D N-by-M-by-Z matrix into a 2D Z-by-(N*M) matrix and use unique with the rows option on that. An example: M3D = ca...

frequency of 2D matrix in 3D matrix

Convert the 3D N-by-M-by-Z matrix into a 2D Z-by-(N*M) matrix and use unique with the rows option on that. An example: M3D = ca...

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How to generate data

I suggest you read parts of the starters manual and the help, and start exploring matlab :-) help linspace help colon x = 1:2...

How to generate data

I suggest you read parts of the starters manual and the help, and start exploring matlab :-) help linspace help colon x = 1:2...

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Work with a data set to compute std

Step 1 - Write a function that calculates the correlation between two vectors X and Y with equal lengths, using the formula you ...

Work with a data set to compute std

Step 1 - Write a function that calculates the correlation between two vectors X and Y with equal lengths, using the formula you ...

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Finding the first and the last elements of consecutive numbers and combining them with a semi colon.

Using diff and logical indexing, this turns out to be quite simple: outliers = [1 2 3 4 5 10 20 21 22 23]; TF = diff(outliers)...

Finding the first and the last elements of consecutive numbers and combining them with a semi colon.

Using diff and logical indexing, this turns out to be quite simple: outliers = [1 2 3 4 5 10 20 21 22 23]; TF = diff(outliers)...

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Split vector every time data changes from 2 to 1

Another approach: A = [1 2 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 2].' % data C = accumarray(cumsum([0 ; diff(A)==-1])+1, A, [], @(x) {...

Split vector every time data changes from 2 to 1

Another approach: A = [1 2 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 2].' % data C = accumarray(cumsum([0 ; diff(A)==-1])+1, A, [], @(x) {...

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Plotting a circle always around a moving point

Adapted from the help of animatedline: numpoints = 10000; x = linspace(0,4*pi,numpoints); y = sin(x); pc = [-.1 -.1 .2 ...

Plotting a circle always around a moving point

Adapted from the help of animatedline: numpoints = 10000; x = linspace(0,4*pi,numpoints); y = sin(x); pc = [-.1 -.1 .2 ...

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Issues with function ismember

Comparing floating point numbers is always tricky! Two number may look the same for you, but could still be slightly different f...

Issues with function ismember

Comparing floating point numbers is always tricky! Two number may look the same for you, but could still be slightly different f...

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randp

pseudorandom integers from a specified discrete distribution

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How to find a combination like this

Computationally less efficient, and mathematically less beautiful as Walters' snippet, but more matlab-ish in style: N = 4 ; C...

How to find a combination like this

Computationally less efficient, and mathematically less beautiful as Walters' snippet, but more matlab-ish in style: N = 4 ; C...

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How to compute fast?

Some suggestions: replace mean(A,B) by (A+B)/2 you can have j run from i to length(K1), since everything seems symmetric (unle...

How to compute fast?

Some suggestions: replace mean(A,B) by (A+B)/2 you can have j run from i to length(K1), since everything seems symmetric (unle...

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How can I check if a specific set of numbers are present in my array?

I cannot resist to put the "simple" matlab version here. Note that this problem is closely related to Run-Length Encoding scheme...

How can I check if a specific set of numbers are present in my array?

I cannot resist to put the "simple" matlab version here. Note that this problem is closely related to Run-Length Encoding scheme...

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Fastest pairwise row sums

% An old-school 20th century indexing trick: A = randi(9,3,2) B = 100*randi(9,4,2) [ia, ib] = ndgrid(1:size(A,1),1:size(B,1...

Fastest pairwise row sums

% An old-school 20th century indexing trick: A = randi(9,3,2) B = 100*randi(9,4,2) [ia, ib] = ndgrid(1:size(A,1),1:size(B,1...

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Quickly create a vector of ones and zeros

N = 10 % final length of NewVec pos1 = 3 % start index of the 1's n1 = 4 % number of 1's % one-liner. NewVec should...

Quickly create a vector of ones and zeros

N = 10 % final length of NewVec pos1 = 3 % start index of the 1's n1 = 4 % number of 1's % one-liner. NewVec should...

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how to load values of two matrices into one matrix?

Many roads to Rome, which all learn you about using transpose, reshape, concatention, and/or clever indexing H1 = reshape([A B]...

how to load values of two matrices into one matrix?

Many roads to Rome, which all learn you about using transpose, reshape, concatention, and/or clever indexing H1 = reshape([A B]...

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Compute difference between rows

I do not understand where A and B come from but this gives the differences between all combinations of 2 rows of the matrix M. ...

Compute difference between rows

I do not understand where A and B come from but this gives the differences between all combinations of 2 rows of the matrix M. ...

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How to extract sequential submatrices

Do not create 13 different variables, but store the result in 13 cells of a cell array, by applying MAT2CELL

How to extract sequential submatrices

Do not create 13 different variables, but store the result in 13 cells of a cell array, by applying MAT2CELL

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Converting a 4d vector to 2d vector

Y = randi(10,1,1,3,4) Y2 = squeeze(Y) % remove singleton dimensions help squeeze

Converting a 4d vector to 2d vector

Y = randi(10,1,1,3,4) Y2 = squeeze(Y) % remove singleton dimensions help squeeze

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choose 2 random unique element inside cell

If I understand you correctly, the final output should have 8 unique numbers, in four groups of two, where the numbers in each g...

choose 2 random unique element inside cell

If I understand you correctly, the final output should have 8 unique numbers, in four groups of two, where the numbers in each g...

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Deletion of array value in both positions of separate arrays dependent upon the range of one array

A few remarks: 1. what if result is exactly +3 or -3? (you might want to use <= rather than <) 2. replace the two ELSE...

Deletion of array value in both positions of separate arrays dependent upon the range of one array

A few remarks: 1. what if result is exactly +3 or -3? (you might want to use <= rather than <) 2. replace the two ELSE...

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How to increment from 1 to 0.0000000001 (9 zeros) in 11 rows, 1 column (divide by 10 each time)

format long % for display purposes only v = 10.^(0:-1:-10).'

How to increment from 1 to 0.0000000001 (9 zeros) in 11 rows, 1 column (divide by 10 each time)

format long % for display purposes only v = 10.^(0:-1:-10).'

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Making Different Length Vector Same Length

[EDITED] This might work for you: ix = linspace(1, numel(stress), numel(strain)) NewStrain = interp1(ix, strain, 1:numel(str...

Making Different Length Vector Same Length

[EDITED] This might work for you: ix = linspace(1, numel(stress), numel(strain)) NewStrain = interp1(ix, strain, 1:numel(str...

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Hi. I am a complete novice at matlab and have been asked to create a 10x10 matrix in as few steps as possible. The first row has to be from 1:10, the second line from 2:11 and so on. How can I create this using repmat?

I think this is the only acceptable answer is, given all restraints: A = reshape([1:10 2:11 3:12 4:13 5:14 6:15 7:16 8:17 9:18 ...

Hi. I am a complete novice at matlab and have been asked to create a 10x10 matrix in as few steps as possible. The first row has to be from 1:10, the second line from 2:11 and so on. How can I create this using repmat?

I think this is the only acceptable answer is, given all restraints: A = reshape([1:10 2:11 3:12 4:13 5:14 6:15 7:16 8:17 9:18 ...

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