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How to import Text File with 2 different Delimiters (how to organize header data and numeric data)

You may not need to use header information for parsing your file. Look at this example (applied to |data.txt| attached): ...

How to import Text File with 2 different Delimiters (how to organize header data and numeric data)

You may not need to use header information for parsing your file. Look at this example (applied to |data.txt| attached): ...

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Any tips for bsxfun and repeated calculation?

If you have MATLAB R2016b or above, BSXFUN was replaced by automatic expansion and you can do it as follows: >> D = repmat( ...

Any tips for bsxfun and repeated calculation?

If you have MATLAB R2016b or above, BSXFUN was replaced by automatic expansion and you can do it as follows: >> D = repmat( ...

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sum along data with different steps

Interestingly, the following seems to produce what you are looking for: >> expandSum = @(x,n) sum(reshape(cell2mat(arrayfun(...

sum along data with different steps

Interestingly, the following seems to produce what you are looking for: >> expandSum = @(x,n) sum(reshape(cell2mat(arrayfun(...

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How to read the given type of data from text file as an input to my further matlab code

Is the following working? data = reshape(sscanf(strrep(fileread('MyData.txt'), ':', ' '), '%f'), 310, []).' ;

How to read the given type of data from text file as an input to my further matlab code

Is the following working? data = reshape(sscanf(strrep(fileread('MyData.txt'), ':', ' '), '%f'), 310, []).' ;

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cell consisting letters and numbers to matrix double

>> C = {'ABC8', 'CAD90.87', 'ZED40'} ; >> C2 = cellfun( @(s)s(4:end), C, 'UniformOutput', false ) ; >> str2double( C2 )...

cell consisting letters and numbers to matrix double

>> C = {'ABC8', 'CAD90.87', 'ZED40'} ; >> C2 = cellfun( @(s)s(4:end), C, 'UniformOutput', false ) ; >> str2double( C2 )...

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Read row x to row y in a textfile

Is the following working? [T1,PSA1]=textread('FFC_M7_1.txt', '%f %f %*s %*s','headerlines',32781); or content = f...

Read row x to row y in a textfile

Is the following working? [T1,PSA1]=textread('FFC_M7_1.txt', '%f %f %*s %*s','headerlines',32781); or content = f...

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How do i count a certain class of numbers in a 100x100 matrix?

>> sum(~imag(za(:))) ans = 8627

How do i count a certain class of numbers in a 100x100 matrix?

>> sum(~imag(za(:))) ans = 8627

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When was 'tokenize' dropped from regexprep?

R14 You'll have to write a book about regexp after all these threads ;-) *EDIT:* found it mentioned in the PDF release not...

When was 'tokenize' dropped from regexprep?

R14 You'll have to write a book about regexp after all these threads ;-) *EDIT:* found it mentioned in the PDF release not...

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Check if number exists in vector

Return 1 if number _a_ exists in vector _b_ otherwise return 0. a = 3; b = [1,2,4]; Returns 0. a = 3; b = [1,...

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Text Extraction and retrieval

Here is another approach based on pattern matching: >> data = regexp(fileread('data.txt'), '(?<=<P[^>]+>\s*)[\w ]+', 'match'...

Text Extraction and retrieval

Here is another approach based on pattern matching: >> data = regexp(fileread('data.txt'), '(?<=<P[^>]+>\s*)[\w ]+', 'match'...

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Find cell containing part of a string

If you cannot assume that keywords are separated by white spaces: >> find(cellfun(@(x)~isempty(strfind(stringToCheck,x)), co...

Find cell containing part of a string

If you cannot assume that keywords are separated by white spaces: >> find(cellfun(@(x)~isempty(strfind(stringToCheck,x)), co...

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Square matrix with relationships among equal rows.

B = all(permute(A, [1,3,2]) == permute(A, [3,1,2]), 3) ; and if you have a version of MATLAB < R2016b: B = all(bsxfun(...

Square matrix with relationships among equal rows.

B = all(permute(A, [1,3,2]) == permute(A, [3,1,2]), 3) ; and if you have a version of MATLAB < R2016b: B = all(bsxfun(...

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MATLAB Answers Wish-list #4 (and bug reports)

Rep. points should be convertible to bitcoin!

MATLAB Answers Wish-list #4 (and bug reports)

Rep. points should be convertible to bitcoin!

2 years ago | 1

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Sparse indexing expression is likely to be slow

When building sparse matrices using an iterative approach, it is often more efficient to build vectors of indices and values ite...

Sparse indexing expression is likely to be slow

When building sparse matrices using an iterative approach, it is often more efficient to build vectors of indices and values ite...

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Create a method that overloads a property?

We usually do this using setters and getters. You will find plenty of doc if you google these terms, e.g. <https://www.mathworks...

Create a method that overloads a property?

We usually do this using setters and getters. You will find plenty of doc if you google these terms, e.g. <https://www.mathworks...

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Downloading data from txt file

Here is one way: data = textscan( fileread( 'data.txt' ), '%s' ) ; data = reshape( str2double( data{1} ), 17, [] ).' ; d...

Downloading data from txt file

Here is one way: data = textscan( fileread( 'data.txt' ), '%s' ) ; data = reshape( str2double( data{1} ), 17, [] ).' ; d...

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Speed processing if algorithm is partitioned in well-organized minor functions

Part of programming consists in understanding where and how code can be segmented into simple self-consistent functional blocks....

Speed processing if algorithm is partitioned in well-organized minor functions

Part of programming consists in understanding where and how code can be segmented into simple self-consistent functional blocks....

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Comparing elements in each row of a matrix

Here is one way to do it without any loop (with MATLAB R2016b or more recent): >> AQ_z_matrix=[10000 11000 20000; 10000 1100...

Comparing elements in each row of a matrix

Here is one way to do it without any loop (with MATLAB R2016b or more recent): >> AQ_z_matrix=[10000 11000 20000; 10000 1100...

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Matrix Elements Re-ordering

>> B = reshape( A, 2, [] ).' B = 1 3 5 7 2 4 6 8

Matrix Elements Re-ordering

>> B = reshape( A, 2, [] ).' B = 1 3 5 7 2 4 6 8

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Please someone solve the error of unexpected error at x=D./2f

What is |2f|? Is this what you are trying to compute? x = D ./ (2*f) ;

Please someone solve the error of unexpected error at x=D./2f

What is |2f|? Is this what you are trying to compute? x = D ./ (2*f) ;

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How to fill a 3D array with values calculated in a loop?

This would be one way to do it if you have MATLAB R2016b or newer: A = sum( D .* permute( d(1,:), [1, 3, 2] ), 3 ) ; % F...

How to fill a 3D array with values calculated in a loop?

This would be one way to do it if you have MATLAB R2016b or newer: A = sum( D .* permute( d(1,:), [1, 3, 2] ), 3 ) ; % F...

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Matlab and memory use

MATLAB default numeric type/class is "double" (for double-precision floating-point) stored on 8 bytes (= 64 bits). Your array wi...

Matlab and memory use

MATLAB default numeric type/class is "double" (for double-precision floating-point) stored on 8 bytes (= 64 bits). Your array wi...

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How to write a line of statement with two vector of different size using no loops

>> H2 = (n >= 0) .* sum(r.' .* p.'.^n) ; >> isequal( H2, H ) ans = logical 1 if it doesn't work, you may have a...

How to write a line of statement with two vector of different size using no loops

>> H2 = (n >= 0) .* sum(r.' .* p.'.^n) ; >> isequal( H2, H ) ans = logical 1 if it doesn't work, you may have a...

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How can I add normal text as well as Latex symbols on a figure axis?

This is something that I don't fully understand actually, and I'd love to get some explanation from TMW. Some times (maybe on ol...

How can I add normal text as well as Latex symbols on a figure axis?

This is something that I don't fully understand actually, and I'd love to get some explanation from TMW. Some times (maybe on ol...

2 years ago | 1

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Repeat row of a matrix

Here is one way to achieve it. If >> a = [1;2;3] ; >> B = randi( 10, 3, 2 ) B = 3 10 6 2 10 ...

Repeat row of a matrix

Here is one way to achieve it. If >> a = [1;2;3] ; >> B = randi( 10, 3, 2 ) B = 3 10 6 2 10 ...

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How to sort a matrix based on one index I have ?

I guess/hope that you made a mistake when you built your example of sorted |t| (that seems to be sorted according to |c=[2;1;3]|...

How to sort a matrix based on one index I have ?

I guess/hope that you made a mistake when you built your example of sorted |t| (that seems to be sorted according to |c=[2;1;3]|...

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Find index of first zero searching from left first column first row, then find index of first zero searching from last column last row

MATLAB stores data column first in memory. Accessing your 2D array linearly follows this structure. Evaluate >> M(:) and ...

Find index of first zero searching from left first column first row, then find index of first zero searching from last column last row

MATLAB stores data column first in memory. Accessing your 2D array linearly follows this structure. Evaluate >> M(:) and ...

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using find function and comparing results

Don't save regular numeric data in cell arrays, you cannot compute with them and you have to go through notation- and computatio...

using find function and comparing results

Don't save regular numeric data in cell arrays, you cannot compute with them and you have to go through notation- and computatio...

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Matlab Performance Question (Nested for loops vs inbuilt functions (cellfun, circshift))

Well, I got a few minutes at the airport. Try this in your comparison: tic ; s = cellfun('length', t) ; v = cumsum(s)...

Matlab Performance Question (Nested for loops vs inbuilt functions (cellfun, circshift))

Well, I got a few minutes at the airport. Try this in your comparison: tic ; s = cellfun('length', t) ; v = cumsum(s)...

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Why do I get "Index exceeds matrix dimensions"?

Numeric arrays cannot store arrays of two characters. Try with a cell array. Also, don't index arrays with characters but with n...

Why do I get "Index exceeds matrix dimensions"?

Numeric arrays cannot store arrays of two characters. Try with a cell array. Also, don't index arrays with characters but with n...

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