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Extracting information from 3D model - .stl file management on matlab

Try this link: Surface Curvature Can you just analyze edge length to find minimum/maximum distances?

Extracting information from 3D model - .stl file management on matlab

Try this link: Surface Curvature Can you just analyze edge length to find minimum/maximum distances?

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how can i use one equation output values in another equation input

Try meshgrid [x,y] = meshgrid(freq,itime); plot(x,y)

how can i use one equation output values in another equation input

Try meshgrid [x,y] = meshgrid(freq,itime); plot(x,y)

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How to find a common area between three graphs in same plot

Do you have polyxpoly? Try intersections if not

How to find a common area between three graphs in same plot

Do you have polyxpoly? Try intersections if not

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How to create an animation between 3 points

See this example x = 0:10; y = sin(x); for i = 1:lengh(x) plot(x(1:i),y(1:i)) pause(0.2) end

How to create an animation between 3 points

See this example x = 0:10; y = sin(x); for i = 1:lengh(x) plot(x(1:i),y(1:i)) pause(0.2) end

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Surface generation for material removal after impact of tool

See ths example clc,clear [t,r] = meshgrid(0:10:360,0:0.2:5); [x,y] = pol2cart(t*pi/180,r); z = sin(r)./r; z0 = 1; ...

Surface generation for material removal after impact of tool

See ths example clc,clear [t,r] = meshgrid(0:10:360,0:0.2:5); [x,y] = pol2cart(t*pi/180,r); z = sin(r)./r; z0 = 1; ...

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Making a video out of still images without using a avi file.

Try GIF animation

Making a video out of still images without using a avi file.

Try GIF animation

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Multiple plots taking different elements of X & Y matrices in a systematic pattern

Try reshape x = linspace(0,10,40); y = sin(x); x1 = reshape(x,[4 10]); y1 = reshape(y,[4 10]); plot(x1,y1)

Multiple plots taking different elements of X & Y matrices in a systematic pattern

Try reshape x = linspace(0,10,40); y = sin(x); x1 = reshape(x,[4 10]); y1 = reshape(y,[4 10]); plot(x1,y1)

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Distorted (Crayon-like) Graph Colour

Try linesmoothing clc,clear x = 0:10; y = sin(x); plot(x,y,'linesmoothing','on') more information: LINK

Distorted (Crayon-like) Graph Colour

Try linesmoothing clc,clear x = 0:10; y = sin(x); plot(x,y,'linesmoothing','on') more information: LINK

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Use a different colormap scale for different sections of a matrix

YOu can create your own color matrix [x,y,z] = peaks(30); ix = x.^2 + y.^2 < 2^2; c1 = z*0; c2 = z*0; c1(ix) = 1; c2(~ix) ...

Use a different colormap scale for different sections of a matrix

YOu can create your own color matrix [x,y,z] = peaks(30); ix = x.^2 + y.^2 < 2^2; c1 = z*0; c2 = z*0; c1(ix) = 1; c2(~ix) ...

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Medial axis extraction from a .STL file

An example [x,y,z] = cylinder(10); h = surf(x,y,z); p = surf2patch(h,'triangle'); p.facecolor = 'red'; stlwrite('test',p) ...

Medial axis extraction from a .STL file

An example [x,y,z] = cylinder(10); h = surf(x,y,z); p = surf2patch(h,'triangle'); p.facecolor = 'red'; stlwrite('test',p) ...

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Solving Population Balance Equation for multiple initial particle dimensions

First of all - timespan 0:1.2 is just [0 1] L=[1.2]; % Pipe Length ranges (m) [Z,N]=ode15s(...

Solving Population Balance Equation for multiple initial particle dimensions

First of all - timespan 0:1.2 is just [0 1] L=[1.2]; % Pipe Length ranges (m) [Z,N]=ode15s(...

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how to add titles row wise in the montage ?

What about text function? load mri montage(D, map) text(500,25,'TITLE 1','fontsize',30,'color','yellow','fontweight','bold') ...

how to add titles row wise in the montage ?

What about text function? load mri montage(D, map) text(500,25,'TITLE 1','fontsize',30,'color','yellow','fontweight','bold') ...

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Plot in 300 or 600 dpi

Use print x = 0:10; y = sin(x); plot(x,y); print('test','-dpng','-r300')

Plot in 300 or 600 dpi

Use print x = 0:10; y = sin(x); plot(x,y); print('test','-dpng','-r300')

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Plotting dates on the x-axis

Just use datenum a = rand(5,4,3); datenum(a(:,1),a(:,2),a(:,3)) Use sort if needed

Plotting dates on the x-axis

Just use datenum a = rand(5,4,3); datenum(a(:,1),a(:,2),a(:,3)) Use sort if needed

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Solve an equation, for a variable, with prompts?

What about this? function main a = myprompt('Please enter a:'); b = myprompt('the same way b:'); function y = myprompt(s...

Solve an equation, for a variable, with prompts?

What about this? function main a = myprompt('Please enter a:'); b = myprompt('the same way b:'); function y = myprompt(s...

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Looping of more than one first order equations in in function file that can be updated for different value variable parameter

See this example f = @(t,x,a) [x(2); x(1)-a*sin(x(1))]; a = rand(10,1); % parameter cmap = jet(10); for i = 1:length(a)...

Looping of more than one first order equations in in function file that can be updated for different value variable parameter

See this example f = @(t,x,a) [x(2); x(1)-a*sin(x(1))]; a = rand(10,1); % parameter cmap = jet(10); for i = 1:length(a)...

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How do I print probability distribution object into textbox?

Here pd = makedist('Normal'); sig1 = pd.sigma mu1 = pd.mu

How do I print probability distribution object into textbox?

Here pd = makedist('Normal'); sig1 = pd.sigma mu1 = pd.mu

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solving equations with trigonometric functions

Here is the similar example. Maybe you will be interested , , and length are given. angle is changing Calculate length and...

solving equations with trigonometric functions

Here is the similar example. Maybe you will be interested , , and length are given. angle is changing Calculate length and...

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How to get back the values of a curve from its cumulative integral value?

Use diff to find real curve from cumulative trapezoid result

How to get back the values of a curve from its cumulative integral value?

Use diff to find real curve from cumulative trapezoid result

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How to convert from surf to plot3 ?

Try meshgrid [X1,Y1] = meshgrid(X,Y); plot3(X1,Y1,Z1) line(X1',Y1',Z1')

How to convert from surf to plot3 ?

Try meshgrid [X1,Y1] = meshgrid(X,Y); plot3(X1,Y1,Z1) line(X1',Y1',Z1')

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How do I create variable vectors with a new value for each iteration of a loop?

Here are some corrections % yp=y0; % you are replacing variable yp with y0 yp(1) = y0; % you need to replace first valu...

How do I create variable vectors with a new value for each iteration of a loop?

Here are some corrections % yp=y0; % you are replacing variable yp with y0 yp(1) = y0; % you need to replace first valu...

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Measure distance and angle of object

Here is the algorithm crop the region 1 and find min/max [m,n] = size(step1); [~,x1] = find(step1(:,1:n/2),1,'last'); [~,x2...

Measure distance and angle of object

Here is the algorithm crop the region 1 and find min/max [m,n] = size(step1); [~,x1] = find(step1(:,1:n/2),1,'last'); [~,x2...

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how to compute derivative

Only you know initial conditions. Imagine the situation: you are throwing the ball, initial conditions are velocity and angle. O...

how to compute derivative

Only you know initial conditions. Imagine the situation: you are throwing the ball, initial conditions are velocity and angle. O...

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Plotting Convergence Graph from Bisection Method

Try this while %condition % code line(iter,erorr,'marker','.') iter = iter + 1; end

Plotting Convergence Graph from Bisection Method

Try this while %condition % code line(iter,erorr,'marker','.') iter = iter + 1; end

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How to generate straight lines to 2D target points, each straight line is connected by 10 points which represent 10 steps from (0,0) to target point, for example (5,6)?

What about this x = rand(20,1); y = rand(20,1); line([x x*0]',[y y*0]')

How to generate straight lines to 2D target points, each straight line is connected by 10 points which represent 10 steps from (0,0) to target point, for example (5,6)?

What about this x = rand(20,1); y = rand(20,1); line([x x*0]',[y y*0]')

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How to detect a curve (surface roughness) from image?

binarize image first remove noise using bwareaopen use edge remove noise if needed using bwareaopen

How to detect a curve (surface roughness) from image?

binarize image first remove noise using bwareaopen use edge remove noise if needed using bwareaopen

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Having trouble making a surface plot using data from Excel

Either use triangulation x = rand(20,1); y = rand(20,1); z = rand(20,1); dt = delaunay(x,y); trisurf(dt,x,y,z) Either gr...

Having trouble making a surface plot using data from Excel

Either use triangulation x = rand(20,1); y = rand(20,1); z = rand(20,1); dt = delaunay(x,y); trisurf(dt,x,y,z) Either gr...

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How can I use the subplot command to plot the root estimates vs iterations and the error vs iterations

Try this figure hold on while %condition % some code subplot(2,1,1) plot(iter,root) subplot(2,1,2) p...

How can I use the subplot command to plot the root estimates vs iterations and the error vs iterations

Try this figure hold on while %condition % some code subplot(2,1,1) plot(iter,root) subplot(2,1,2) p...

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Integrating a function with one of the limits a matrix

Why don't just use for loop? integralCalculated = zeros(size(u)); for i = 1:length(u) integralCalculated(i) = integral(@(...

Integrating a function with one of the limits a matrix

Why don't just use for loop? integralCalculated = zeros(size(u)); for i = 1:length(u) integralCalculated(i) = integral(@(...

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Evaluating polynomial functions to get integer as answer

solve can be used for simple problems. Use fsolve or vpasolve to get numerical results

Evaluating polynomial functions to get integer as answer

solve can be used for simple problems. Use fsolve or vpasolve to get numerical results

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