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S. Walter


Reaction Systems, Inc.

Last seen: 24 days ago Active since 2020

Aerospace engineer focused on propulsion research and development. Background in fluid dynamics, inlet design, turbomachinery.

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How I can extract certain range of value from workspace?
You have a matrix A: A = rand(100,100); You want only the 5th through the 10th elements, you can do that using the colon opera...

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Else if statement imbedded in a for loop
If you want your for loop to pick only one item from the Tp vector, you have to iterate Tp inside your for loop. Thus: if Tp<=...

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How to save each image generated in a for loop?
You can print the image: print('filename','-dpng','-r300') where '-dpng' can be set to whatever format you want (check out the...

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Last else if graph not plotting
I tried the following: % Clear the command window and close the figures clc close all % Make a color vector for plots col...

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create a 2-column matrix, random set of weight
To answer your questions: Did you create the column-matrix correctly? Sure. It works :). There are many ways to create matric...

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plotting an matrix on top of an image
You can plot your image , set your hold to on (https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/hold.html) and then plot your 10 x 10 m...

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I need correct syntax of interpolation in this case
Behzad, Check out griddedInterpolant (https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/griddedinterpolant.html). You'll want to ma...

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understanding the meaning of a part of a code
Mohammed, What you wrote there is a function that you're storing in zci. The at sign (@) tells Matlab you're about to give a ...

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