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Why the threshold is 0.90 used to obtain the white component from RGB channels ?

You will have to ask whoever wrote that code why they chose that threshold. Most likely, the answer will be : because it worked...

Why the threshold is 0.90 used to obtain the white component from RGB channels ?

You will have to ask whoever wrote that code why they chose that threshold. Most likely, the answer will be : because it worked...

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How to index something based on numbering order???

Here is one way: %input x = [2; 3; 7; 5; 1] %generate random matrix without worrying about the order A = rand(size(x, 1),...

How to index something based on numbering order???

Here is one way: %input x = [2; 3; 7; 5; 1] %generate random matrix without worrying about the order A = rand(size(x, 1),...

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How to assign specific colors to every quiver?

I can't remember if quiver did have children before R2014b (when the graphics system changed drastically) but since R2014b it do...

How to assign specific colors to every quiver?

I can't remember if quiver did have children before R2014b (when the graphics system changed drastically) but since R2014b it do...

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Why is my regular expression always greedy?

Matlab regex engine has the odd peculiarity that . also matches \n by default, whereas other engines don't. So your greedy .* in...

Why is my regular expression always greedy?

Matlab regex engine has the odd peculiarity that . also matches \n by default, whereas other engines don't. So your greedy .* in...

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Using data from a cell

I need new variables created for each of the character vectors No! As Stephen already told you this would worst way to go about...

Using data from a cell

I need new variables created for each of the character vectors No! As Stephen already told you this would worst way to go about...

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How to create a new table array combining the values every n,th element from two different table arrays

In my case I would like to add every 60 values of A to add 59 consecutive values of B So, assuming that A and B are indeed vect...

How to create a new table array combining the values every n,th element from two different table arrays

In my case I would like to add every 60 values of A to add 59 consecutive values of B So, assuming that A and B are indeed vect...

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mod gives incorrect result

See my comment to Kalyan's answer for why your naive attempt doesn't work, and learn about floating point numbers so that you ca...

mod gives incorrect result

See my comment to Kalyan's answer for why your naive attempt doesn't work, and learn about floating point numbers so that you ca...

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How do I get my matrix dimensions correct?

t_loading, v_trailertank, and co. (the random variables) are column vectors 1000 rows by 1 columns. To these you are adding x./...

How do I get my matrix dimensions correct?

t_loading, v_trailertank, and co. (the random variables) are column vectors 1000 rows by 1 columns. To these you are adding x./...

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Use rowfun to sum multiple columns by group

rowfun is not the correct function for this. rowfun applies the function by rows and consider the input variables as separate in...

Use rowfun to sum multiple columns by group

rowfun is not the correct function for this. rowfun applies the function by rows and consider the input variables as separate in...

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"Index exceeds the number of array elements (11)."

You create a variable called disp: disp = 'RLC Circuit' %removed brackets which didn't anything Which shadows the built-in ...

"Index exceeds the number of array elements (11)."

You create a variable called disp: disp = 'RLC Circuit' %removed brackets which didn't anything Which shadows the built-in ...

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What is the default varargin in the GUI callbacks? What are the differences between varargin{1} and varargin{2}.Source?

Yes, as Stephen says in his very thorough comment, that advice is utter rubbish. Don't do that it pointlessly obfuscate the code...

What is the default varargin in the GUI callbacks? What are the differences between varargin{1} and varargin{2}.Source?

Yes, as Stephen says in his very thorough comment, that advice is utter rubbish. Don't do that it pointlessly obfuscate the code...

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I have a Table in MATLAB. In one colum, lots of texts are seperated in comma. I wish to delimate those in seperate colums.

It's not clear what you want as an output since for each row you're going to get a different number of elements after the split....

I have a Table in MATLAB. In one colum, lots of texts are seperated in comma. I wish to delimate those in seperate colums.

It's not clear what you want as an output since for each row you're going to get a different number of elements after the split....

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mat lab terms of use

For this you should contact Mathworks directly. We're just a bunch of volunteers here.

mat lab terms of use

For this you should contact Mathworks directly. We're just a bunch of volunteers here.

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Create an array iterating on another array

If I understood correctly: out = zeros(size(N)); for row = 1:size(N, 1) [isfound, where] = ismember(SP, G{row}(1, :)); %...

Create an array iterating on another array

If I understood correctly: out = zeros(size(N)); for row = 1:size(N, 1) [isfound, where] = ismember(SP, G{row}(1, :)); %...

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Create new .wav files around findpeak outputs

Here's how I'd do it: infile = 'C:\somewhere\somefolder\test_100m.wav'; %I'd recommend you use full path instead of relying on...

Create new .wav files around findpeak outputs

Here's how I'd do it: infile = 'C:\somewhere\somefolder\test_100m.wav'; %I'd recommend you use full path instead of relying on...

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calculating the number of days within each month for a range of dates

You've got to learn to work with datetime arrays. There's no need to use datenum to construct datetimes, and adjusting the defau...

calculating the number of days within each month for a range of dates

You've got to learn to work with datetime arrays. There's no need to use datenum to construct datetimes, and adjusting the defau...

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Transformation of the Matrix in a Loop

With your invented notation it's difficult to know what you actually have in matlab. Assuming you have a matrix such as: Z = [...

Transformation of the Matrix in a Loop

With your invented notation it's difficult to know what you actually have in matlab. Assuming you have a matrix such as: Z = [...

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Old Matlab script not running on newer version

The equivalent of your wavwrite using audiowrite is: audiowrite(fullfile(subj_name, sprintf('%d.wav', block_num)), recordedaudi...

Old Matlab script not running on newer version

The equivalent of your wavwrite using audiowrite is: audiowrite(fullfile(subj_name, sprintf('%d.wav', block_num)), recordedaudi...

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Merging matrices by comparison of values of several columns

Nearly right [~, whichArows, whichBrows] = intersect(out1(:, 2:4), out2(:, 2:4), 'rows'); C = [out2(whichBrows, 5), out1(which...

Merging matrices by comparison of values of several columns

Nearly right [~, whichArows, whichBrows] = intersect(out1(:, 2:4), out2(:, 2:4), 'rows'); C = [out2(whichBrows, 5), out1(which...

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Using For Loop to get different outcomes

if ismember(psi_value, [0.05, 0.15, 0.25, 0.35]) %maybe use ismembertol s_plot = 0.8; else s_plot = 0.2; end Note ...

Using For Loop to get different outcomes

if ismember(psi_value, [0.05, 0.15, 0.25, 0.35]) %maybe use ismembertol s_plot = 0.8; else s_plot = 0.2; end Note ...

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Store a group of points (given x, y, and value) into image efficiently

img = zeros(1000, 1000); img(M(:, 2) + 1000 * (M(:, 1) - 1)) = M(:, 3);

Store a group of points (given x, y, and value) into image efficiently

img = zeros(1000, 1000); img(M(:, 2) + 1000 * (M(:, 1) - 1)) = M(:, 3);

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Negative Value when using Trapz

Can someone tell me as to why this is the case Because your x vector is decreasing, so is negative for each trapeze a = trapz...

Negative Value when using Trapz

Can someone tell me as to why this is the case Because your x vector is decreasing, so is negative for each trapeze a = trapz...

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Create two arrays on the basis of other arrays

%first find which of A or B elements are going into. Only depends on V isA = false(size(V)); %put in A (true) or B (false) lA...

Create two arrays on the basis of other arrays

%first find which of A or B elements are going into. Only depends on V isA = false(size(V)); %put in A (true) or B (false) lA...

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Create a random sequence based on a matrix columns

A= [1 3 2 4 5 8 9 11 14; 0 0 0 7 6 12 0 0 0; 0 0 0 0 10 13 0 0 0]; %first add an extra column of 0s if the num...

Create a random sequence based on a matrix columns

A= [1 3 2 4 5 8 9 11 14; 0 0 0 7 6 12 0 0 0; 0 0 0 0 10 13 0 0 0]; %first add an extra column of 0s if the num...

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convert nested struct to matrix

Well, you obviously can't concatenate vectors of dfferent sizes so if you want to do that you either have to trim the longer vec...

convert nested struct to matrix

Well, you obviously can't concatenate vectors of dfferent sizes so if you want to do that you either have to trim the longer vec...

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Timetable Monthly Average over Many Years

The easiest: precip = table2timetable(readtable('CR_precip.csv')); monthlyavg = groupsummary(precip, 'day', 'monthofyear', 'me...

Timetable Monthly Average over Many Years

The easiest: precip = table2timetable(readtable('CR_precip.csv')); monthlyavg = groupsummary(precip, 'day', 'monthofyear', 'me...

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How to extract strings from a table?

Why is the size of the array hardcoded (which means the code will break if something change with the file) instead of just askin...

How to extract strings from a table?

Why is the size of the array hardcoded (which means the code will break if something change with the file) instead of just askin...

15 days ago | 0

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Combining consecutive vectors into a matrix

You must have changed the options of the wizard to specifically create variables from the columns of the excel spreadsheet. Don'...

Combining consecutive vectors into a matrix

You must have changed the options of the wizard to specifically create variables from the columns of the excel spreadsheet. Don'...

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Index in position 2 exceeds array bounds (must not exceed 4).

I don't know what else you expect from your code. You purposefully create an array data with 4 columns and then write: .. = 1/...

Index in position 2 exceeds array bounds (must not exceed 4).

I don't know what else you expect from your code. You purposefully create an array data with 4 columns and then write: .. = 1/...

15 days ago | 0

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how can I save the data generated from a function that depends on 3 parameters

Assuming the outputs of proprad are all scalar: [Wpig, chla, starch_content] = ndgrid(3:0.5:8, 0.6:0.2:0.5, 2:4:52); [Waveleng...

how can I save the data generated from a function that depends on 3 parameters

Assuming the outputs of proprad are all scalar: [Wpig, chla, starch_content] = ndgrid(3:0.5:8, 0.6:0.2:0.5, 2:4:52); [Waveleng...

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