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Finding Transformation Matrix of a viewer3d object

Maybe you could use estimateCameraParameters using a list of hand-picked points.

Finding Transformation Matrix of a viewer3d object

Maybe you could use estimateCameraParameters using a list of hand-picked points.

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How to restructure my objective function to optimise using genetic algorithm?

Follow this example - https://www.mathworks.com/help/gads/ga-nonlinear-constraint-problem-based.html

How to restructure my objective function to optimise using genetic algorithm?

Follow this example - https://www.mathworks.com/help/gads/ga-nonlinear-constraint-problem-based.html

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Zeroing matrix elements outside of a certain range.

Zeroing the data will not exclude it from the average. You should use NaNs, data = [1;2;3;4;5].*ones(5,2).*[0.5,0.4] range =...

Zeroing matrix elements outside of a certain range.

Zeroing the data will not exclude it from the average. You should use NaNs, data = [1;2;3;4;5].*ones(5,2).*[0.5,0.4] range =...

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Scattered Interpolant in matlab

No. There is no such thing as spline interpolation or extrapolation when you are dealing with scattered data. It is inherently a...

Scattered Interpolant in matlab

No. There is no such thing as spline interpolation or extrapolation when you are dealing with scattered data. It is inherently a...

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How can the data be accurately clustered?

Maybe clusterdata would be useful. It has lots of different algorithmic options you could try.

How can the data be accurately clustered?

Maybe clusterdata would be useful. It has lots of different algorithmic options you could try.

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How do I add transparency to a plot in the Live Editor?

I find that this makes the lines dim in the Live Editor, like they appear in your post - plot([0, 1],[0, 1; 1, 0], 'Color', [1 ...

How do I add transparency to a plot in the Live Editor?

I find that this makes the lines dim in the Live Editor, like they appear in your post - plot([0, 1],[0, 1; 1, 0], 'Color', [1 ...

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Unable to find explicit solution in Lagrangian optimization

An analytical solution for 0<rho<1 is - A=[1 0; 0 1; -1 0; 0 -1]*E; [fval,i]=min(A*[p1;p2]); e1=A(i,1); e2=A(i...

Unable to find explicit solution in Lagrangian optimization

An analytical solution for 0<rho<1 is - A=[1 0; 0 1; -1 0; 0 -1]*E; [fval,i]=min(A*[p1;p2]); e1=A(i,1); e2=A(i...

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error Unrecognized function or variable help me please :(!

signalsCell=load('signals').signals; PlotSignal(signalsCell, 3) function PlotSignal(signalsCell, n) Headings=signals...

error Unrecognized function or variable help me please :(!

signalsCell=load('signals').signals; PlotSignal(signalsCell, 3) function PlotSignal(signalsCell, n) Headings=signals...

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difficulties using fmincon codes

however it still uses @SomnathsFunc2 i would be happy to exclude rather than this cant we direclty add that part in code rather ...

difficulties using fmincon codes

however it still uses @SomnathsFunc2 i would be happy to exclude rather than this cant we direclty add that part in code rather ...

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Get equation of the surface from curve fitting

I would like to get a mathematical function that describes the surface of the 3D space, so I can, given a N and phi, get a value...

Get equation of the surface from curve fitting

I would like to get a mathematical function that describes the surface of the 3D space, so I can, given a N and phi, get a value...

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Adoption of Name=Value in Function Calls what is best practice?

One situation where you have to stick with the old style anyway is when you want to pre-package your name value pairs in a cell ...

Adoption of Name=Value in Function Calls what is best practice?

One situation where you have to stick with the old style anyway is when you want to pre-package your name value pairs in a cell ...

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Create a node in the space between two nodes (A and B) and following the direction normal to a node (N)

A = [-25.5530 -185.3199 -211.6502]; B = [-25.4769 -185.6468 -211.2523]; N = [-25.4602 -185.4676 -211.6694]; C=(...

Create a node in the space between two nodes (A and B) and following the direction normal to a node (N)

A = [-25.5530 -185.3199 -211.6502]; B = [-25.4769 -185.6468 -211.2523]; N = [-25.4602 -185.4676 -211.6694]; C=(...

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how to velocize it (avoid loop is possible)

I don't know if "velocize" (not a word) is supposed to mean "accelerate" or "vectorize". The two are not the same. If you're l...

how to velocize it (avoid loop is possible)

I don't know if "velocize" (not a word) is supposed to mean "accelerate" or "vectorize". The two are not the same. If you're l...

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How to add cell array as index in plot title

I suspect that the code you've shown us is not the code that produces the error. I suspect you did this instead - figure tlo =...

How to add cell array as index in plot title

I suspect that the code you've shown us is not the code that produces the error. I suspect you did this instead - figure tlo =...

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Which algorithm does SVD function take?

Comparing results showed that max difference in S and S1 reached 1e-14, but for U and U1 or for V and V1, max difference reached...

Which algorithm does SVD function take?

Comparing results showed that max difference in S and S1 reached 1e-14, but for U and U1 or for V and V1, max difference reached...

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For matrix A you cannot do: A.^2(:)

A=[1 2;3 4]; sum(A(:).^2) vecnorm(A(:))^2 norm(A,'fro')^2

For matrix A you cannot do: A.^2(:)

A=[1 2;3 4]; sum(A(:).^2) vecnorm(A(:))^2 norm(A,'fro')^2

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Identify the maximum values within fixed time intervals of a time series data set

Time=[4 5 6 7 8 9 10 25 26 27 28 29 46 47 48 49 50 58 59 60]; %Time vector, in minutes x=[ 0 5 0 1 3 11 2 0 0 1 8 3 0 0 -5 12 2...

Identify the maximum values within fixed time intervals of a time series data set

Time=[4 5 6 7 8 9 10 25 26 27 28 29 46 47 48 49 50 58 59 60]; %Time vector, in minutes x=[ 0 5 0 1 3 11 2 0 0 1 8 3 0 0 -5 12 2...

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Create a 4D array from 3D array with 3 columns, and 1D (row only) array with 3 columns

So, could it be that myVar has 4 arrays inside it To me, it doesn't sound like you are talking about a 4D array at all, but ins...

Create a 4D array from 3D array with 3 columns, and 1D (row only) array with 3 columns

So, could it be that myVar has 4 arrays inside it To me, it doesn't sound like you are talking about a 4D array at all, but ins...

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How to visualize histogram

You can use the histogram command with hold to superimpose them.

How to visualize histogram

You can use the histogram command with hold to superimpose them.

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shortestpath between two points on skeleton in binary image

You can use bwdistgeodesic.

shortestpath between two points on skeleton in binary image

You can use bwdistgeodesic.

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Why does abs cause bad matlabfunction evaluation?

The real problem appears to be that f is not fully simplified, and therefore the Symbolic Toolbox tries to naively apply the Cha...

Why does abs cause bad matlabfunction evaluation?

The real problem appears to be that f is not fully simplified, and therefore the Symbolic Toolbox tries to naively apply the Cha...

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How to save .mat files on the disk after each iteration?

Often, you would put all images with the same label in the same folder - Folders={'Label1','Label2','Label3'}; for j=1:nu...

How to save .mat files on the disk after each iteration?

Often, you would put all images with the same label in the same folder - Folders={'Label1','Label2','Label3'}; for j=1:nu...

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Curve fitting a function that is dependent on a difference of 2d functions

There appears to be a simple analytical solution - constant=(0.0025)^(-5/3)*(2*Lambda^2*0.1816)/D^(1/3); DTV=(cX+cY)*consta...

Curve fitting a function that is dependent on a difference of 2d functions

There appears to be a simple analytical solution - constant=(0.0025)^(-5/3)*(2*Lambda^2*0.1816)/D^(1/3); DTV=(cX+cY)*consta...

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Calling functions that have a variable name

That sounds like a bad idea. You should probably make a single function where (n,k) are one of the arguments - function oneFun...

Calling functions that have a variable name

That sounds like a bad idea. You should probably make a single function where (n,k) are one of the arguments - function oneFun...

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Trapezoidal Rule of Convolution with Non-Uniform Intervals

I don't believe there is such a thing as the "Trapezoidal Rule of Convolution". Undoubtedly, you are thinking of the trapezoidal...

Trapezoidal Rule of Convolution with Non-Uniform Intervals

I don't believe there is such a thing as the "Trapezoidal Rule of Convolution". Undoubtedly, you are thinking of the trapezoidal...

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cut the object in space (separate a 3D object into two distinct parts) using a plane

The IsoCut command here looks like it will do this - https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/87112-isocut

cut the object in space (separate a 3D object into two distinct parts) using a plane

The IsoCut command here looks like it will do this - https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/87112-isocut

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How to trace the minimum and maximum lines of the image of the moirĂ© franges?

Something like this might also work - A=load('Image').Image; T=findEdges(A,'top',10); B=findEdges(A,'bottom',10); C=fin...

How to trace the minimum and maximum lines of the image of the moirĂ© franges?

Something like this might also work - A=load('Image').Image; T=findEdges(A,'top',10); B=findEdges(A,'bottom',10); C=fin...

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Changing color in matlab

A = imread('xyz_converted.png'); [R,G,B] = imsplit(A); B=cat(3,G, 0*R,0*B); imshow(B)

Changing color in matlab

A = imread('xyz_converted.png'); [R,G,B] = imsplit(A); B=cat(3,G, 0*R,0*B); imshow(B)

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Speed up process of passing each row of large array to external function

This reduces it to one loop, which should work with parfor - x = lambdas; % 1 x 1927 element vector intt=int'; logg=nan...

Speed up process of passing each row of large array to external function

This reduces it to one loop, which should work with parfor - x = lambdas; % 1 x 1927 element vector intt=int'; logg=nan...

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Using datastore for a matrix

If you're not going to store your data in memory, then the training samples have to be split up into separate .mat files. You co...

Using datastore for a matrix

If you're not going to store your data in memory, then the training samples have to be split up into separate .mat files. You co...

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