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Why is my code not working?

The variables (ad, ag, etc.) that you need in your functions T(t), etc. need to be defined in the functions themselves. Also, f...

Why is my code not working?

The variables (ad, ag, etc.) that you need in your functions T(t), etc. need to be defined in the functions themselves. Also, f...

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How do you do a sine transform in Matlab?

According to Wikipedia, versions of it can be computed using the discrete cosine transform: "A DST-III or DST-IV can be computed...

How do you do a sine transform in Matlab?

According to Wikipedia, versions of it can be computed using the discrete cosine transform: "A DST-III or DST-IV can be computed...

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error illegal methods use

You seem to have a missing "end" around line 80-81 at the end of the "switch" block. You need an "end" at the end of the functio...

error illegal methods use

You seem to have a missing "end" around line 80-81 at the end of the "switch" block. You need an "end" at the end of the functio...

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How can I use interp1 to interpolate the last row of a matrix?

Interpolation is probably not the right term here since interpolation, typically, requires a set of (x,y) data and a different s...

How can I use interp1 to interpolate the last row of a matrix?

Interpolation is probably not the right term here since interpolation, typically, requires a set of (x,y) data and a different s...

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How to do PCA in Matlab?

You can use the pca command from the Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox: https://www.mathworks.com/help/stats/pca.html. ...

How to do PCA in Matlab?

You can use the pca command from the Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox: https://www.mathworks.com/help/stats/pca.html. ...

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Storing a portion of a signal for real time processing in Simulink

The typical approach to convert a sine wave to square wave is to use a Schmitt Trigger. Simscape library has a block for this, w...

Storing a portion of a signal for real time processing in Simulink

The typical approach to convert a sine wave to square wave is to use a Schmitt Trigger. Simscape library has a block for this, w...

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How to program a push button which will display the graphs signal filter

You can set the Visible property of the line object handles to 'off' to hide them. Set them off in your button callback. x = (...

How to program a push button which will display the graphs signal filter

You can set the Visible property of the line object handles to 'off' to hide them. Set them off in your button callback. x = (...

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I want to ask about low pass filter in app design

It looks like you are showing the filtered image (an) on the same uiaxes as the original image, so they are overlapping. You wo...

I want to ask about low pass filter in app design

It looks like you are showing the filtered image (an) on the same uiaxes as the original image, so they are overlapping. You wo...

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How to add two conditions to a plot?

You had unmatched parentheses among other things. x = 1:10; u = rand(1,10); v = rand(1,10); AL = rand(1,10); BE = rand(1,10...

How to add two conditions to a plot?

You had unmatched parentheses among other things. x = 1:10; u = rand(1,10); v = rand(1,10); AL = rand(1,10); BE = rand(1,10...

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Not enough input arguments error/ int command/ integral calculation

Use the integral command, not int. The integral command does numerical integration. The int command is for symbolic integration....

Not enough input arguments error/ int command/ integral calculation

Use the integral command, not int. The integral command does numerical integration. The int command is for symbolic integration....

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how to pan stereo audio on Matlab

For stereo audio, your data has to be an n x 2 matrix. Then you can multiply each channel (column) by a weight between 0 and 1 t...

how to pan stereo audio on Matlab

For stereo audio, your data has to be an n x 2 matrix. Then you can multiply each channel (column) by a weight between 0 and 1 t...

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Sending a variable from MATLAB to Arduino

You have to call Serial.read() in loop() and not in setup(), since setup() is called only once when Arduino starts running. Also...

Sending a variable from MATLAB to Arduino

You have to call Serial.read() in loop() and not in setup(), since setup() is called only once when Arduino starts running. Also...

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What is MathWorks's preferred way to receive product feedback?

You can Create Service Request and select the Technical Support option, which also includes suggestions: https://www.mathworks.c...

What is MathWorks's preferred way to receive product feedback?

You can Create Service Request and select the Technical Support option, which also includes suggestions: https://www.mathworks.c...

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ERROR // Array indices must be positive integers or local values

In MATLAB, array indexing is 1-based, not 0-based. The first element of colorData, etc. would be colorData(1). Occasionally, ra...

ERROR // Array indices must be positive integers or local values

In MATLAB, array indexing is 1-based, not 0-based. The first element of colorData, etc. would be colorData(1). Occasionally, ra...

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How we can figure the Fast Fourier Transform of a district time history data?

Your sine function's frequency is not 5 Hz, it is 5 rad/sec. To get the frequency in Hz, multiply the argument to the sine funct...

How we can figure the Fast Fourier Transform of a district time history data?

Your sine function's frequency is not 5 Hz, it is 5 rad/sec. To get the frequency in Hz, multiply the argument to the sine funct...

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How to get calibration values for my accelerometer

It looks like this IC has a 16-bit ADC. Depending on which acceleration range you select, the magnitude would be scaled as: ran...

How to get calibration values for my accelerometer

It looks like this IC has a 16-bit ADC. Depending on which acceleration range you select, the magnitude would be scaled as: ran...

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Unable to change Marker Size in Scatter Plot

You just need to pick a good value: x = rand(10,1); y = rand(10,1); subplot(211) scatter(x,y) subplot(212) scatter(x,y,...

Unable to change Marker Size in Scatter Plot

You just need to pick a good value: x = rand(10,1); y = rand(10,1); subplot(211) scatter(x,y) subplot(212) scatter(x,y,...

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run a for loop for 240 minutes

% Runs for 5 seconds (i.e., 5/60 minutes) T = 5/60; % minutes ti = datetime('now'); tf = datetime('now'); while (minutes(tf-...

run a for loop for 240 minutes

% Runs for 5 seconds (i.e., 5/60 minutes) T = 5/60; % minutes ti = datetime('now'); tf = datetime('now'); while (minutes(tf-...

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Is There a Command in MATLAB Like WorkingPrecision in MATHEMATICA?

Yes, if you have access to Symbolic Math Toolbox. See https://www.mathworks.com/help/symbolic/vpa.html. Otherwise, you will get ...

Is There a Command in MATLAB Like WorkingPrecision in MATHEMATICA?

Yes, if you have access to Symbolic Math Toolbox. See https://www.mathworks.com/help/symbolic/vpa.html. Otherwise, you will get ...

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how to approximate set of point to a given function

This is an optimization problem that can be solved using fminsearch and a least-squares cost function. % "Unknown" model parame...

how to approximate set of point to a given function

This is an optimization problem that can be solved using fminsearch and a least-squares cost function. % "Unknown" model parame...

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Vector range error in matlab

Works just fine for me: o = [2, 4, -3, 0, 1, 5, 7]; range(o) mean(o) median(o) You can do which -all range to see which r...

Vector range error in matlab

Works just fine for me: o = [2, 4, -3, 0, 1, 5, 7]; range(o) mean(o) median(o) You can do which -all range to see which r...

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Plotting an evelope between high and low price forecasting

high = rand(10,1) + 2; low = rand(10,1); med = (high+low) / 2; year = (1:10)'; % Corners of the patch to paint. patch(......

Plotting an evelope between high and low price forecasting

high = rand(10,1) + 2; low = rand(10,1); med = (high+low) / 2; year = (1:10)'; % Corners of the patch to paint. patch(......

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How to color the colormap with a set of hexadecimal colors?

You can use a function like this in a loop: map = {'E1F2E3','CDE5D2','9CCEA7','6CBA7D','40AD5A','22BB3B','06592A'} N = numel...

How to color the colormap with a set of hexadecimal colors?

You can use a function like this in a loop: map = {'E1F2E3','CDE5D2','9CCEA7','6CBA7D','40AD5A','22BB3B','06592A'} N = numel...

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I need to add and multiply a vetor

This looks like the dot product of the subvectors u(1:n-1) and u(2:end): u = cos(0:pi/20:pi); % Create the vector p = u(1:end-...

I need to add and multiply a vetor

This looks like the dot product of the subvectors u(1:n-1) and u(2:end): u = cos(0:pi/20:pi); % Create the vector p = u(1:end-...

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Display temperature reading of MAAX6675 on Matlab GUI via Arduino board

You will have to use the SPI interface of the Arduino support package to configure access to MAX6675: https://www.mathworks.com...

Display temperature reading of MAAX6675 on Matlab GUI via Arduino board

You will have to use the SPI interface of the Arduino support package to configure access to MAX6675: https://www.mathworks.com...

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How to integrate filter function into matlab code

You can create the Butterworth filter directly and use it in your code without needing to store anything: Fs = 2000; % Sampling...

How to integrate filter function into matlab code

You can create the Butterworth filter directly and use it in your code without needing to store anything: Fs = 2000; % Sampling...

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Find which side of a line is my point

You can use the sign of the z-term of the cross product of the vectors defining the line and the points of interest: vAB = [3 2...

Find which side of a line is my point

You can use the sign of the z-term of the cross product of the vectors defining the line and the points of interest: vAB = [3 2...

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Creating a Decay line graph that repeats with last answer

Perhaps something like this, where the current value of "y" is dependent on its previous value: power = 2.0; decay = 0.16; ...

Creating a Decay line graph that repeats with last answer

Perhaps something like this, where the current value of "y" is dependent on its previous value: power = 2.0; decay = 0.16; ...

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How do you vertically concatenate two tables with different variables of different data types

C1 = {"ford" 50 0.002439379}; T1 = cell2table(C1, "VariableNames", ["string1" "double1" "double2"]); C2 = {... "mazda" "Sub...

How do you vertically concatenate two tables with different variables of different data types

C1 = {"ford" 50 0.002439379}; T1 = cell2table(C1, "VariableNames", ["string1" "double1" "double2"]); C2 = {... "mazda" "Sub...

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A "plot" progression of points following a round course

You can use a (cubic) spline for interpolation. beta=[0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1 1.2]; randr=[0 84.25 89.97 91.38 91.60 91.32 90.81];...

A "plot" progression of points following a round course

You can use a (cubic) spline for interpolation. beta=[0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1 1.2]; randr=[0 84.25 89.97 91.38 91.60 91.32 90.81];...

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