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how to generate point of two intersected spheres

If you have the points on the spheres as well as the intersection region, you can follow this link to plot the point clouds: ht...

how to generate point of two intersected spheres

If you have the points on the spheres as well as the intersection region, you can follow this link to plot the point clouds: ht...

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Time Series Forecasting Using Deep Learning (LSTM)

Yes. Please follow the examples here: https://www.mathworks.com/help/deeplearning/ref/nnet.cnn.layer.sequenceinputlayer.html h...

Time Series Forecasting Using Deep Learning (LSTM)

Yes. Please follow the examples here: https://www.mathworks.com/help/deeplearning/ref/nnet.cnn.layer.sequenceinputlayer.html h...

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Perform FFT from imported excel data. Help please

Signal = D(:,2); RD = str2double(R) is making a matrix of NaNs. So, you can use D instead of R.

Perform FFT from imported excel data. Help please

Signal = D(:,2); RD = str2double(R) is making a matrix of NaNs. So, you can use D instead of R.

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find a set of data in an array

idx = find(A~=0); B = A(idx); idx and B have the same size and order. I believe this is what you are looking for?

find a set of data in an array

idx = find(A~=0); B = A(idx); idx and B have the same size and order. I believe this is what you are looking for?

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How can I select rows in an array based on the values in the first column of another array?

new_array = second_array(first_array,:)

How can I select rows in an array based on the values in the first column of another array?

new_array = second_array(first_array,:)

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adding different number of columns to specific row

Try using the table join() method: https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/table.join.html Example: M_obs = readtable('book...

adding different number of columns to specific row

Try using the table join() method: https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/table.join.html Example: M_obs = readtable('book...

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How to display all values of an iteration?

for i = 1:100 xc = (x1 + x2)/2; if f(x1)*f(xc)<0 x2 = xc; else x1 = xc; end disp(['x1...

How to display all values of an iteration?

for i = 1:100 xc = (x1 + x2)/2; if f(x1)*f(xc)<0 x2 = xc; else x1 = xc; end disp(['x1...

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How to replace a rectangle with another rectangle?

I tried this, it worked for me: r = rectangle('FaceColor', [0.2 0.2 0.7]); r.FaceColor = [0.2 0.2 0.2];

How to replace a rectangle with another rectangle?

I tried this, it worked for me: r = rectangle('FaceColor', [0.2 0.2 0.7]); r.FaceColor = [0.2 0.2 0.2];

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Changing array size of user input data

myCell = {}; k = 0; for i = 1:5:number k = k + 1; myCell{k,1} = i:min(i+4,number); end writecell(myCell,fullfile(...

Changing array size of user input data

myCell = {}; k = 0; for i = 1:5:number k = k + 1; myCell{k,1} = i:min(i+4,number); end writecell(myCell,fullfile(...

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Problem with function handle for Basis function in fitrgp

load(fullfile(matlabroot,'examples','stats','gprdata2.mat')) In this case, your x is n x 1; hfcn returns H, which has size n ...

Problem with function handle for Basis function in fitrgp

load(fullfile(matlabroot,'examples','stats','gprdata2.mat')) In this case, your x is n x 1; hfcn returns H, which has size n ...

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Errors using function and fsolve

% *Set universal constants:* global surr sink sigma sigma = 5.67e-8; % Stefan-Boltzmann constant (in W/m^2/K^4) % % *S...

Errors using function and fsolve

% *Set universal constants:* global surr sink sigma sigma = 5.67e-8; % Stefan-Boltzmann constant (in W/m^2/K^4) % % *S...

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Linear regression outputs (regstat function)

The first one is for the constant coefficient (aka intercept term). I believe you have only one predictor x, then your model is...

Linear regression outputs (regstat function)

The first one is for the constant coefficient (aka intercept term). I believe you have only one predictor x, then your model is...

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T-wave on ECG

If I understood right what you are asking, you need to find the peaks for P,Q,R,S, and T using findpeaks(). https://www.mathwo...

T-wave on ECG

If I understood right what you are asking, you need to find the peaks for P,Q,R,S, and T using findpeaks(). https://www.mathwo...

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making dataset 3D data function

Let's assume your variables are named as 'input01', 'input02', ... 'input48'. my3Ddata = []; myMeanData = []; varnames = wh...

making dataset 3D data function

Let's assume your variables are named as 'input01', 'input02', ... 'input48'. my3Ddata = []; myMeanData = []; varnames = wh...

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How can I save a image from imshow into a cell array ?

I don't think you need the imshow(). imshow() is only used to show the image, and it returns an image object, which is not norma...

How can I save a image from imshow into a cell array ?

I don't think you need the imshow(). imshow() is only used to show the image, and it returns an image object, which is not norma...

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Piecewise function of y

It's a bit hard to understand the issue here. Please let me know if this is not what you are looking for: plot(C2(20:90), heigh...

Piecewise function of y

It's a bit hard to understand the issue here. Please let me know if this is not what you are looking for: plot(C2(20:90), heigh...

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Replacing NaN with blanks in a matrix

I believe you are looking for fillmissing() or rmmissing(): https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/fillmissing.html https:/...

Replacing NaN with blanks in a matrix

I believe you are looking for fillmissing() or rmmissing(): https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/fillmissing.html https:/...

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linear regression of time series with time index

If you have a fixed equation like the one provided, I believe you are looking for parameter estimation methods to find beta_0, b...

linear regression of time series with time index

If you have a fixed equation like the one provided, I believe you are looking for parameter estimation methods to find beta_0, b...

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please explain the solution

K = round(Tuq'*eye(5)*Tuq,2); M = [ m 0 0 ; 0 m 0 ; 0 0 I ]; eq = det(K*k-w1*M); s = solve(eq,w1); will prevent sym() to con...

please explain the solution

K = round(Tuq'*eye(5)*Tuq,2); M = [ m 0 0 ; 0 m 0 ; 0 0 I ]; eq = det(K*k-w1*M); s = solve(eq,w1); will prevent sym() to con...

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FFT filter on voice file help please

There are multiple ways you can filter these data. You can use bandpass, high or low pass filters, or any other specific filters...

FFT filter on voice file help please

There are multiple ways you can filter these data. You can use bandpass, high or low pass filters, or any other specific filters...

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Fourier Transform in Simulink

Change the Samples per frame property on the Sine Wave block: https://www.mathworks.com/help/dsp/ug/transform-time-domain-d...

Fourier Transform in Simulink

Change the Samples per frame property on the Sine Wave block: https://www.mathworks.com/help/dsp/ug/transform-time-domain-d...

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Digital signal processing LINEAR AND CIRCULAR CONVOLUTION length-N sequences error

x = [2+3j 3-1j -1+2j 3j 2+4j]; https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/j.html

Digital signal processing LINEAR AND CIRCULAR CONVOLUTION length-N sequences error

x = [2+3j 3-1j -1+2j 3j 2+4j]; https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/j.html

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How to detect variations in data?

Depends on how complex of a solution you are looking for. There are algorithms for change point detection that you can try. htt...

How to detect variations in data?

Depends on how complex of a solution you are looking for. There are algorithms for change point detection that you can try. htt...

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Which Right Eigenvector to report?

I assume you meant 'right' as opposed to 'left' eigen vectors. [V,D] = eig(A); % to get left eigenvectors, [V,D,W] = eig(A), he...

Which Right Eigenvector to report?

I assume you meant 'right' as opposed to 'left' eigen vectors. [V,D] = eig(A); % to get left eigenvectors, [V,D,W] = eig(A), he...

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Creating a table for the "For-loop command" results:

Even though there are many more efficient ways to do this, this is a simple addition to your code: clear clc n=input('Enter t...

Creating a table for the "For-loop command" results:

Even though there are many more efficient ways to do this, this is a simple addition to your code: clear clc n=input('Enter t...

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How to extract sub-matrices from a big matrix?

% to find the matched date and store the that day along with the following 5 days (120 hours) in another matrix. for n = 1:siz...

How to extract sub-matrices from a big matrix?

% to find the matched date and store the that day along with the following 5 days (120 hours) in another matrix. for n = 1:siz...

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How to change nonzero values to 1 within a table?

tempTable = table2array(myTable); tempTable(tempTable~=0)=1; myTable = array2table(tempTable);

How to change nonzero values to 1 within a table?

tempTable = table2array(myTable); tempTable(tempTable~=0)=1; myTable = array2table(tempTable);

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Replace NaN's in a table - I need some help

T2.col1(ismissing(T2.col1)) = "Behezad"; T2.col2(ismissing(T2.col2)) = "RAD"; T2.col3(ismissing(T2.col3)) = "MORD";

Replace NaN's in a table - I need some help

T2.col1(ismissing(T2.col1)) = "Behezad"; T2.col2(ismissing(T2.col2)) = "RAD"; T2.col3(ismissing(T2.col3)) = "MORD";

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Adding values of Columns in a matrix to create another matrix (for loop)

dim=size(E_min,2); % dim = 25 fun = @(E) A*exp(-E/kT); Np = []; nyi = []; for i = 1:dim Np(i)=integral...

Adding values of Columns in a matrix to create another matrix (for loop)

dim=size(E_min,2); % dim = 25 fun = @(E) A*exp(-E/kT); Np = []; nyi = []; for i = 1:dim Np(i)=integral...

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How to mark a specific point on CDF graph?

Assuming you have 4 cdf arrays, you can find the x-values as: cdf1ind = find(cdf1>=.80,1,'first'); x1 = x(cdf1ind); cdf2ind = ...

How to mark a specific point on CDF graph?

Assuming you have 4 cdf arrays, you can find the x-values as: cdf1ind = find(cdf1>=.80,1,'first'); x1 = x(cdf1ind); cdf2ind = ...

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