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How do I replace missing data with other values?

isnan is the correct way to detect and replace nans. Rn=radi; Rn(isnan(radi))= ---- something else ----

How do I replace missing data with other values?

isnan is the correct way to detect and replace nans. Rn=radi; Rn(isnan(radi))= ---- something else ----

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How can I register or rotate series of image in matlab

imregister or imregtform seems like a good choice.

How can I register or rotate series of image in matlab

imregister or imregtform seems like a good choice.

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parallel computation for a for loop

parfor pi=1:NP*kkk Tempo1 = zeros( p(pi) ,1 ); Tempo1_M = zeros( p(pi) ,1); Tempo2 = zeros(q(pi) ...

parallel computation for a for loop

parfor pi=1:NP*kkk Tempo1 = zeros( p(pi) ,1 ); Tempo1_M = zeros( p(pi) ,1); Tempo2 = zeros(q(pi) ...

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Error using trainNetwork. Unable to read file.

I think it is expecting more traditional types of image files like .jpg,.png, etc.. I think for .mat you need to specify a speci...

Error using trainNetwork. Unable to read file.

I think it is expecting more traditional types of image files like .jpg,.png, etc.. I think for .mat you need to specify a speci...

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How to use a for-loop to find the onset (first element) of trials of zeros, ones and twos, in an array of sequences of zeros, ones and twos

No, we're not going to do your homework for you. Go away and leave us alone.

How to use a for-loop to find the onset (first element) of trials of zeros, ones and twos, in an array of sequences of zeros, ones and twos

No, we're not going to do your homework for you. Go away and leave us alone.

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Rotation of the circle (points)

Just add an increment to the th th = linspace(0,2*pi,10) + rotation_angle ;

Rotation of the circle (points)

Just add an increment to the th th = linspace(0,2*pi,10) + rotation_angle ;

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FFT Peak at Zero

Apply fftshift to your spectrum to see it with DC centered in the plot. x=csvread('230.csv',1,0); rollSpectrum=ffts...

FFT Peak at Zero

Apply fftshift to your spectrum to see it with DC centered in the plot. x=csvread('230.csv',1,0); rollSpectrum=ffts...

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Solving compound linear optimization problem

I've never heard of a compound optimization problem but maybe this will help https://www.mathworks.com/discovery/multiobjective...

Solving compound linear optimization problem

I've never heard of a compound optimization problem but maybe this will help https://www.mathworks.com/discovery/multiobjective...

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Is this a bug in lsqcurvefit?

When I run this simple test of lsqcurvefit (this is R2018a), I get errors. opts=optimoptions(@lsqcurvefit,'SpecifyObjective...

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invalid syntax at '=' . A '(' might be missing a closing ')'

if (f == 0) and same thing in this line if(~isinteger(NMAX) || NMAX == 0 || ischar(NMAX))

invalid syntax at '=' . A '(' might be missing a closing ')'

if (f == 0) and same thing in this line if(~isinteger(NMAX) || NMAX == 0 || ischar(NMAX))

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How to save vectors with different lengths

One way is to use cell arrays C={1,[2,3],[4,5,6,7]}

How to save vectors with different lengths

One way is to use cell arrays C={1,[2,3],[4,5,6,7]}

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fitting 2 variable function to (x-1) form

My fit is completey messed up, and it looks nothing like the data. It shouldn't look like the r and eta data, because that's no...

fitting 2 variable function to (x-1) form

My fit is completey messed up, and it looks nothing like the data. It shouldn't look like the r and eta data, because that's no...

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Image registration of two different imaging moralities

That sounds like a very unusual registration problem, but if you have a model that relates the CT image to the microscopy image,...

Image registration of two different imaging moralities

That sounds like a very unusual registration problem, but if you have a model that relates the CT image to the microscopy image,...

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How to preprocess this image.?

PI=I; PI(~CH_objects)=255; imshow(PI); title('Preprocessed Image');

How to preprocess this image.?

PI=I; PI(~CH_objects)=255; imshow(PI); title('Preprocessed Image');

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how to extract the first three elements present in each row of a matrix

B=A(:,1:3)

how to extract the first three elements present in each row of a matrix

B=A(:,1:3)

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max min optimization using inbuilt MATLAB function fminimax

The outside negative sign only matters if you care about calculating the optimal fval [x,fval] = fminimax(------) fval=-fval; ...

max min optimization using inbuilt MATLAB function fminimax

The outside negative sign only matters if you care about calculating the optimal fval [x,fval] = fminimax(------) fval=-fval; ...

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Unable to perform assignment because the left and right sides have a different number of elements.

k(i) = (4/pi) * (1/(2*i+1)) * sin( ((2*i+1)* pi.* t(i))/T );

Unable to perform assignment because the left and right sides have a different number of elements.

k(i) = (4/pi) * (1/(2*i+1)) * sin( ((2*i+1)* pi.* t(i))/T );

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Fit multiple sets of data with same function model to get optimal global parameter using lsqcurvefit

This might be what you mean - ExtraData.R=R; ExtraData.G=G; ExtraData.pks_locs1=pks_locs1; ExtraData.pks_locs2=pks_...

Fit multiple sets of data with same function model to get optimal global parameter using lsqcurvefit

This might be what you mean - ExtraData.R=R; ExtraData.G=G; ExtraData.pks_locs1=pks_locs1; ExtraData.pks_locs2=pks_...

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Not Enough Input Arguments in fsolve

function myProblem options = optimset('display','off') x = fsolve(@fun,[2 3.5],options) X = x(1) Y = x(2) fun...

Not Enough Input Arguments in fsolve

function myProblem options = optimset('display','off') x = fsolve(@fun,[2 3.5],options) X = x(1) Y = x(2) fun...

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My textbook gave me code that has an error I don't know how to fix

alt and flag must be scalars.

My textbook gave me code that has an error I don't know how to fix

alt and flag must be scalars.

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Reducing a vector size when it is being updated in a loop

for h=5:-1:1 %code to load all script files if h==1 A = dlmread("Trial 1"); elseif h==2...

Reducing a vector size when it is being updated in a loop

for h=5:-1:1 %code to load all script files if h==1 A = dlmread("Trial 1"); elseif h==2...

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How can I go back to the beginning of my program first line by a command?

keepGoing=true; while keepGoing answer=input('Do you wish to continue [yes/no]','s'); keepGoing=(answer=...

How can I go back to the beginning of my program first line by a command?

keepGoing=true; while keepGoing answer=input('Do you wish to continue [yes/no]','s'); keepGoing=(answer=...

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Classdef get methods: allowing get indexing into an array of length either (1x1) or (Nx1).

You would need to overload subsref, e.g., methods function out=subsref(obj,S) if S(1).type=="." && S(1).subs{1}=="A" &&...

Classdef get methods: allowing get indexing into an array of length either (1x1) or (Nx1).

You would need to overload subsref, e.g., methods function out=subsref(obj,S) if S(1).type=="." && S(1).subs{1}=="A" &&...

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Help with fmincon function

First of all, let's fix your code. g = @(u) 30*u(1) + (20/2)*(u(2))^2 + (20/2)*(u(3))^2 + (10/2)*(u(4))^2 + (40/2)*(u(5))^2; ...

Help with fmincon function

First of all, let's fix your code. g = @(u) 30*u(1) + (20/2)*(u(2))^2 + (20/2)*(u(3))^2 + (10/2)*(u(4))^2 + (40/2)*(u(5))^2; ...

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Plot with linspace and for loop - what is wrong with this code?

plot(r,X,'o');

Plot with linspace and for loop - what is wrong with this code?

plot(r,X,'o');

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Why dir function is creating additional files while creating a structure? how to ignore it?

Do a more specific search, like files = dir('folder/*.jpg'); Or, just throw the first 2 away files = dir('folder'); files(1:...

Why dir function is creating additional files while creating a structure? how to ignore it?

Do a more specific search, like files = dir('folder/*.jpg'); Or, just throw the first 2 away files = dir('folder'); files(1:...

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