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Matrix divison or calculating slope

There is a syntax error with your use of parentheses. Also, the slope for the last row is not defined. This should work: nro...

Matrix divison or calculating slope

There is a syntax error with your use of parentheses. Also, the slope for the last row is not defined. This should work: nro...

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fitting a curve (3D) to pointcloud data

Assuming that the points are listed in sequence along your curve, you can express x, y, and z as functions of the (approximate) ...

fitting a curve (3D) to pointcloud data

Assuming that the points are listed in sequence along your curve, you can express x, y, and z as functions of the (approximate) ...

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Word Search Words Overlapping

I was fascinated by your problem, so I wrote my own version. This gave me some insights: I recommend that you first create an ...

Word Search Words Overlapping

I was fascinated by your problem, so I wrote my own version. This gave me some insights: I recommend that you first create an ...

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How to find same element in txt file (in a coloumn) and find the amount for averaging the value of another coloumn ?

There may be more elegant ways to read the file, but I often prefer to use textscan to read a text file into a cell array of str...

How to find same element in txt file (in a coloumn) and find the amount for averaging the value of another coloumn ?

There may be more elegant ways to read the file, but I often prefer to use textscan to read a text file into a cell array of str...

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Degrees-Minutes-Seconds Separation

It simplifies things if you use a doubke quote (") instead of two single qotes ('') to denote seconds. I enclose the modified ...

Degrees-Minutes-Seconds Separation

It simplifies things if you use a doubke quote (") instead of two single qotes ('') to denote seconds. I enclose the modified ...

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reading a txt file with rows of different length

fid = fopen(filename); lines = textscan(fid,'%s','delimiter','\n'); fclose(fid); lines = lines{1}; % The points data are in ...

reading a txt file with rows of different length

fid = fopen(filename); lines = textscan(fid,'%s','delimiter','\n'); fclose(fid); lines = lines{1}; % The points data are in ...

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Reading data row by row into matlab.

I often find it useful to read the file into a cell array of strings using textscan. Then I can easily experiment with how to b...

Reading data row by row into matlab.

I often find it useful to read the file into a cell array of strings using textscan. Then I can easily experiment with how to b...

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Reading CSV files in a sequence based on numeric value in file name

d = dir('*.csv'); filenames = {}; index = 0; k = 0; for i = 1:length(d) % Using regexp with lookaround on the file name t...

Reading CSV files in a sequence based on numeric value in file name

d = dir('*.csv'); filenames = {}; index = 0; k = 0; for i = 1:length(d) % Using regexp with lookaround on the file name t...

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How to index a random matrix with set conditions?

For a list of the negative values: negM = M(M<0) For the indices of the negative values: [i,j] = find(M<0) To display only t...

How to index a random matrix with set conditions?

For a list of the negative values: negM = M(M<0) For the indices of the negative values: [i,j] = find(M<0) To display only t...

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How to identify points that are located in a polygon when this polygon passes through the meridian?

It seems that you are using the mapping toolbox, Then you can use ingeoquad: ingeoquad([35,45],[0,10],[30 40], [355 5]) Your ...

How to identify points that are located in a polygon when this polygon passes through the meridian?

It seems that you are using the mapping toolbox, Then you can use ingeoquad: ingeoquad([35,45],[0,10],[30 40], [355 5]) Your ...

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remotest(points,boundary)

Finds the position within or on a boundary that is farthest from any member of a set of points.

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I have set of latitude and latitude of a specific region which has the mobile towers deployed and now I want to know the best possible location to deploy new mobile towers to overcome the coverage issues, which algorithm or what will be best way to ?

Obviously, optmal locations will depend on many factors, such as topography and signal interference risk. But as a first approx...

I have set of latitude and latitude of a specific region which has the mobile towers deployed and now I want to know the best possible location to deploy new mobile towers to overcome the coverage issues, which algorithm or what will be best way to ?

Obviously, optmal locations will depend on many factors, such as topography and signal interference risk. But as a first approx...

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how can i get an improved Euler's method code for this function?

There are two problems with your code: The analytical solution is incorrect You increment x inside the for loop. Don't. The f...

how can i get an improved Euler's method code for this function?

There are two problems with your code: The analytical solution is incorrect You increment x inside the for loop. Don't. The f...

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Simulate one complete step in the Biham–Middleton–Levine traffic model

The <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biham%E2%80%93Middleton%E2%80%93Levine_traffic_model Biham–Middleton–Levine traffic model> is ...

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saving real roots in a vector; "solve" gives me weird results

The code below will solve your problem as stated. In the general case with other parameters it may not be robust. You may need...

saving real roots in a vector; "solve" gives me weird results

The code below will solve your problem as stated. In the general case with other parameters it may not be robust. You may need...

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Curvature of a 2D or 3D curve

Calculates the local radius of curvature as well as the cumulative arc length and the curvature vector along a 1D curve in 2D or...

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How to find the arclength and radius of curvature for a set of 3D data points?

I was inspired by your question to write a functon that calculates the arc length and curvature of a 1D curve in 2D or 3D space....

How to find the arclength and radius of curvature for a set of 3D data points?

I was inspired by your question to write a functon that calculates the arc length and curvature of a 1D curve in 2D or 3D space....

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Find the stride of the longest skip sequence

We define a _skip sequence_ as a regularly-spaced list of integers such as might be generated by MATLAB's <http://www.mathworks....

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Integer Sequence - II : New Fibonacci

Crack the following Integer Sequence. (Hints : It has been obtained from original Fibonacci Sequence and all the terms are also ...

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Is X a Fibonacci Matrix?

In honor of Cleve's new blog and post: <http://blogs.mathworks.com/cleve/2012/06/03/fibonacci-matrices/> Is X a Fibonacci ...

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Sum the Infinite Series

Given that 0 < x and x < 2*pi where x is in radians, write a function [c,s] = infinite_series(x); that returns with the...

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'For ' loop for every day for one minut fequency sea level data

Your problem seems to be the selection of data to calculate min and max values. The code below should help you on your way. Con...

'For ' loop for every day for one minut fequency sea level data

Your problem seems to be the selection of data to calculate min and max values. The code below should help you on your way. Con...

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Five steps to enlightenment

This problem asks you to identify valid variations of the famous <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sum_and_Product_Puzzle sum and p...

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Curve fitting with an integral involved

function theta = Gil data = [ 0.5 1 1.1 0.83 1.6 0.74 2.2 0.55 2.5 ...

Curve fitting with an integral involved

function theta = Gil data = [ 0.5 1 1.1 0.83 1.6 0.74 2.2 0.55 2.5 ...

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I am creating a date file using the following script, i want it to print DATES[] in the file my_dates.txt but it's only printing one date which is 2.0171e+09, that is when i type A(1,1)...i pleading for help?

The problem with your file is that you overwrite your Date_num value whenever you calculate a new one. Your DATA variable has n...

I am creating a date file using the following script, i want it to print DATES[] in the file my_dates.txt but it's only printing one date which is 2.0171e+09, that is when i type A(1,1)...i pleading for help?

The problem with your file is that you overwrite your Date_num value whenever you calculate a new one. Your DATA variable has n...

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The sliding puzzle: 15

If you are unfamiliar with the sliding puzzle, enter the command _fifteen_ in your MATLAB command window (or search online, of c...

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Pandigital Multiples of 11 (based on Project Euler 491)

A "Pandigital number of order X" is one that contains all of the numbers from 0 to X, but with no leading zeroes. If X>9, the cy...

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Joining Ranges

You are given a n-by-2 matrix. Each row represents a numeric range, e.g. x = [0 5; 10 3; 20 15; 16 19; 25 25] contains...

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Longest run of consecutive numbers

Given a vector a, find the number(s) that is/are repeated consecutively most often. For example, if you have a = [1 2 2 2 1 ...

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How to determine the centroid of this fan(triangle) where the coordinates of one of the vertices is only known and the distance is also known?

In my comment there was a typo in the expression for the centroid. A factor of 1/3 was missing. Sorry about that. Here is a ...

How to determine the centroid of this fan(triangle) where the coordinates of one of the vertices is only known and the distance is also known?

In my comment there was a typo in the expression for the centroid. A factor of 1/3 was missing. Sorry about that. Here is a ...

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