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How can I join two parts of a char into just one?
I see a few things. First of all, it seems the reason for the error is that you're trying to assign something to the character a...

7 hours ago | 0

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Solve large linear systems with Parallel computing toolbox
First of all, when I run the code you posted, Matlab gives warnings that A-theta(i)*I is singular to working precision for i=2,4...

27 days ago | 0

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How to merge two cell arrays?
Couldn't you just do it in a loop? DataMerge = cell(4,1); for j = 1:4 DataMerge{j} = [Data{j,1},Data{j,2}] end Actually...

29 days ago | 0

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How to vectorize nested for loops that compute pair wise correlations using indexed vectors?
There might be a better way, but here's how I might go about it. function idx_pairs = get_indices_pair_corr(data, idx, idx2, ta...

2 months ago | 0

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(Error using contour (line 46) Input arguments must be real. Use the function REAL to get the real part of the inputs.) any help plz
Your vector s has two complex entries (index 66 and 67), and this is carrying through to sx. Since you can't make a contour plot...

2 months ago | 0

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How to move fitted plot along y axis
Why not just shift up the raw y data? [xData, tmp] = prepareCurveData( Fqr, Prem ); yData = tmp+pi/2; % shift up your y data v...

2 months ago | 1

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How could I use MATLAB to solve for x with this equation, 0=a*x^(3)+b*x^(-1)+c.
A few things: First, you're missing a * between 0.062 and the ( that follows it. Second, I have no trouble solving this equati...

2 months ago | 0

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How to access "D" notation for symbolic derivatives
I seem to have found a solution to this problem on my own. I'll post it here in case it's of help to anyone else. The key discov...

1 year ago | 0

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How to access "D" notation for symbolic derivatives
This question involves how to access certain dervatives of arbitrary (i.e., unknown) functions using the symbolic toolbox. This ...

1 year ago | 1 answer | 0

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