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How to display correlation coefficents on plot?

you can try something like this: x = [0 0.000009 0.000018 0.000028 0.000037 0.000046 0.000055 0.000065 0.000074 0.000083 0.0000...

How to display correlation coefficents on plot?

you can try something like this: x = [0 0.000009 0.000018 0.000028 0.000037 0.000046 0.000055 0.000065 0.000074 0.000083 0.0000...

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extracting value from a matrix

I think it is better to put the variable X as a string and from there start. for example: X=['1000000000000000000000000000000...

extracting value from a matrix

I think it is better to put the variable X as a string and from there start. for example: X=['1000000000000000000000000000000...

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How to get Taylor polynomial for functions?

You can use a function that is in the MAThWORKS fileexchange (I put the link): str=input('Function? ','s'); %tray with: cos(x)...

How to get Taylor polynomial for functions?

You can use a function that is in the MAThWORKS fileexchange (I put the link): str=input('Function? ','s'); %tray with: cos(x)...

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Change the sign of a Vector over N intervals

Use something like this: Y=rand(1,20); d=[1:4,8:12,17:20]; Y(d)=-Y(d)

Change the sign of a Vector over N intervals

Use something like this: Y=rand(1,20); d=[1:4,8:12,17:20]; Y(d)=-Y(d)

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For loop only outputting the final value.

Try using something like this: t=linspace(0,3*pi,100) t=linspace(0,3*pi,100); for k=1:length(t) y = q2(t(k)); val...

For loop only outputting the final value.

Try using something like this: t=linspace(0,3*pi,100) t=linspace(0,3*pi,100); for k=1:length(t) y = q2(t(k)); val...

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Plotting log x and y

Why don't you treat like this: n = 30; x = 0.5; h(1) = 1; emin = 1; for i =1:n if i==1 h(1)=0.5; else ...

Plotting log x and y

Why don't you treat like this: n = 30; x = 0.5; h(1) = 1; emin = 1; for i =1:n if i==1 h(1)=0.5; else ...

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Calculate the answer to life the universe and everything

<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/42_(number)>

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Simpsons's rule (but not Homer Simpson)

I wonder what Homer Simpson would have thought of Simpson's rule? Somehow I doubt his thoughts would have included the phrase Ne...

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How can i draw the graph of this two functions using matlab

when i have this like problem i use this code: t=linspace(0,2*pi,50); f=((t>0)&(t<=1)).*2+((t>1)&(t<=pi/2)).*0.5.*t.^2+((t>pi...

How can i draw the graph of this two functions using matlab

when i have this like problem i use this code: t=linspace(0,2*pi,50); f=((t>0)&(t<=1)).*2+((t>1)&(t<=pi/2)).*0.5.*t.^2+((t>pi...

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Finding the length of square function

t2=t(find(diff(X)>0)); t1=t(find(diff(X)<0)); long_time=t2(2)-t1(2)

Finding the length of square function

t2=t(find(diff(X)>0)); t1=t(find(diff(X)<0)); long_time=t2(2)-t1(2)

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How to create a sine wave with variable frequency - Simulink

something like this: (?) t=linspace(0,2*pi,100); f=rand(1,100); y=sin(f.*t); plot(t,y)

How to create a sine wave with variable frequency - Simulink

something like this: (?) t=linspace(0,2*pi,100); f=rand(1,100); y=sin(f.*t); plot(t,y)

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Euler method returning error

maybe you need copy the function eulsys.m in your system. In this link you have a copy: http://macs.citadel.edu/chenm/344.dir/0...

Euler method returning error

maybe you need copy the function eulsys.m in your system. In this link you have a copy: http://macs.citadel.edu/chenm/344.dir/0...

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how do i plot only certain part of cepstrum

KSSV ks suggests that you work with the index, here I show you an example of what KSSV mentions, x=linspace(0,10,100); y=x.^2;...

how do i plot only certain part of cepstrum

KSSV ks suggests that you work with the index, here I show you an example of what KSSV mentions, x=linspace(0,10,100); y=x.^2;...

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creating multiple values of the same x,y,z

x=[ 2, 4, 2]; repmat(x,10,1)

creating multiple values of the same x,y,z

x=[ 2, 4, 2]; repmat(x,10,1)

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