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How to measure the correct circularity??

It would not be unusual for that measure to exceeds 1. For example, given a circle, we would have a perimeter of 2*pi*r. So perm...

How to measure the correct circularity??

It would not be unusual for that measure to exceeds 1. For example, given a circle, we would have a perimeter of 2*pi*r. So perm...

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Fitting an exponential using nlinfit

Most of the code you posted is meaningless, since you save only the variables whos Name Size Bytes ...

Fitting an exponential using nlinfit

Most of the code you posted is meaningless, since you save only the variables whos Name Size Bytes ...

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random integer condition selection

You want to generate a random number of random numbers? With an additional constraint that all are greater than 0.5? This is far...

random integer condition selection

You want to generate a random number of random numbers? With an additional constraint that all are greater than 0.5? This is far...

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[Solved] Upsampling multidimensional array with interpn

That is NOT a 5 dimensional array. While you may THINK of it as a set of points that live in 5 dimensions, it is NOT a 5-d arra...

[Solved] Upsampling multidimensional array with interpn

That is NOT a 5 dimensional array. While you may THINK of it as a set of points that live in 5 dimensions, it is NOT a 5-d arra...

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Plotting a function (Horner Schema)

While polynomic psychological analysis seems well beyond my talents, Horner's rule is pretty easy. :) And since you made a credi...

Plotting a function (Horner Schema)

While polynomic psychological analysis seems well beyond my talents, Horner's rule is pretty easy. :) And since you made a credi...

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Matlab says the matrix is not symmetric

D = rand(100); D = (D + D.')/2; issymmetric(D) ans = logical 1

Matlab says the matrix is not symmetric

D = rand(100); D = (D + D.')/2; issymmetric(D) ans = logical 1

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how can i create a circle with a face color changing radially

[x,y] = meshgrid(linspace(-3,3)); z = exp(-x.^2 - y.^2); H = pcolor(z); H.LineStyle = 'none'; colormap(jet) axis equal ...

how can i create a circle with a face color changing radially

[x,y] = meshgrid(linspace(-3,3)); z = exp(-x.^2 - y.^2); H = pcolor(z); H.LineStyle = 'none'; colormap(jet) axis equal ...

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Fit a curve on scatter data (main behaviuor)

You "want" the green line. I want the Buffalo Bills to win the Super bowl. Probably not gonna happen in either case. ;-) You wa...

Fit a curve on scatter data (main behaviuor)

You "want" the green line. I want the Buffalo Bills to win the Super bowl. Probably not gonna happen in either case. ;-) You wa...

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How can I understand why certain sets of random variates lead to the warning message "Unable to meet integration tolerances without reducing the step size below the smallest value allowed (1.136868e-13) at time t=51"?

Nobody yet wants to explain it? The standard reason for this error is because you are creating a problem that is too stiff for ...

How can I understand why certain sets of random variates lead to the warning message "Unable to meet integration tolerances without reducing the step size below the smallest value allowed (1.136868e-13) at time t=51"?

Nobody yet wants to explain it? The standard reason for this error is because you are creating a problem that is too stiff for ...

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What am I getting wrong with trying to create a sphere mesh using a golden spiral?

So you are not looking for a mesh at all, just a uniform sampling? Simplest might be to use a random sampling, with a twist. Tha...

What am I getting wrong with trying to create a sphere mesh using a golden spiral?

So you are not looking for a mesh at all, just a uniform sampling? Simplest might be to use a random sampling, with a twist. Tha...

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Why do I get a graph that is symmetrical based on x=-2 when I draw a graph of y1=4*log((x+2))?

It is not clear what you wanted to plot. However, I think you misunderstand. It is still possible to evaluate the log of a nega...

Why do I get a graph that is symmetrical based on x=-2 when I draw a graph of y1=4*log((x+2))?

It is not clear what you wanted to plot. However, I think you misunderstand. It is still possible to evaluate the log of a nega...

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Tabulated Gauss-Kronrod weights and abscissae

I might presume the mp indicates some variation of the multi-precision toolbox. An old free version has been on the File Exchang...

Tabulated Gauss-Kronrod weights and abscissae

I might presume the mp indicates some variation of the multi-precision toolbox. An old free version has been on the File Exchang...

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Solving symbolic trig equation

You can NEVER solve for those variables, at least as the equations are written. First of all, z never even appears. But since y...

Solving symbolic trig equation

You can NEVER solve for those variables, at least as the equations are written. First of all, z never even appears. But since y...

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How to get the value of an extra variable with fsolve

The simple trick is to use the output arguments from a function. Change your function header to look like this: function [F,r...

How to get the value of an extra variable with fsolve

The simple trick is to use the output arguments from a function. Change your function header to look like this: function [F,r...

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Find the intersection points between two data sets

Finding the intersection point is easy enough. [intx,inty] = intersections(data1(:,1),data1(:,2),data2(:,1),data2(:,2)) intx =...

Find the intersection points between two data sets

Finding the intersection point is easy enough. [intx,inty] = intersections(data1(:,1),data1(:,2),data2(:,1),data2(:,2)) intx =...

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numerical solution of a system of ODE which is not in standard form

Your question seems to be one of solving a system of ODEs with a mass matrix. For example in the help for ODE45, we see this opt...

numerical solution of a system of ODE which is not in standard form

Your question seems to be one of solving a system of ODEs with a mass matrix. For example in the help for ODE45, we see this opt...

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calculate tension by raphson newton in matlab

You have indicated these coefficients, although I worry there may be issues, because of the use of lower versus upper case W, et...

calculate tension by raphson newton in matlab

You have indicated these coefficients, although I worry there may be issues, because of the use of lower versus upper case W, et...

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Interpolating n-dimensional functions

First, IF you have a complete gridded lattice, then you don't want to use griddatan. That is DEFINITELY a BAD idea. Why? Because...

Interpolating n-dimensional functions

First, IF you have a complete gridded lattice, then you don't want to use griddatan. That is DEFINITELY a BAD idea. Why? Because...

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What am I missing here?

Thank you. That makes it much easier for someone to offer you help. Now I'll be willing to look at the problem you had. It loo...

What am I missing here?

Thank you. That makes it much easier for someone to offer you help. Now I'll be willing to look at the problem you had. It loo...

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How to extrapolate a contour plot?

Let me see. You have data in only 25% of the region of interest. Now you want to extrapolate that data into a region that compri...

How to extrapolate a contour plot?

Let me see. You have data in only 25% of the region of interest. Now you want to extrapolate that data into a region that compri...

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To solve non-linear equation by inversion notion

STOP. Is this nonlinear? Or is it linear? A*X = b is still LINEAR, even if the array is not square. Even in the linear case, t...

To solve non-linear equation by inversion notion

STOP. Is this nonlinear? Or is it linear? A*X = b is still LINEAR, even if the array is not square. Even in the linear case, t...

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how to use reshape ?

The good thing about reshape is IF you put in an empty argument, then it figures out how many columns you will need. But first,...

how to use reshape ?

The good thing about reshape is IF you put in an empty argument, then it figures out how many columns you will need. But first,...

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Is an infinite for loop infinite?

We can always try it. Perhaps we can learn something about how the loop works, done by a careful test. Remember that doubles are...

Is an infinite for loop infinite?

We can always try it. Perhaps we can learn something about how the loop works, done by a careful test. Remember that doubles are...

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how to fit 3 lines with one equation

Easy to answer. Is it possible? Of course. Anything is possible, though it may take a heck of a lot of work. I could even fin...

how to fit 3 lines with one equation

Easy to answer. Is it possible? Of course. Anything is possible, though it may take a heck of a lot of work. I could even fin...

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Image Processing on point clouds

If you want to use image processing tools, you pretty much need an image. Those tools are not written to work without one, certa...

Image Processing on point clouds

If you want to use image processing tools, you pretty much need an image. Those tools are not written to work without one, certa...

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Error in Eigen Values

Is KSr a double precision matrix, or a function, in the form of a function handle, or the name of an m-file function? That seems...

Error in Eigen Values

Is KSr a double precision matrix, or a function, in the form of a function handle, or the name of an m-file function? That seems...

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Multiplication of two polynomials having different variables

The simple answer is to use the symbolic toolbox. If you have it, I cannnot think of a good reason why you would not use it. sy...

Multiplication of two polynomials having different variables

The simple answer is to use the symbolic toolbox. If you have it, I cannnot think of a good reason why you would not use it. sy...

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geometric progression and multiply by a common variable, help me pls.

So, you want this? B = 3; C = B*20*sqrt(2).^(0:10) C = Columns 1 through 9 60 84.853 120 ...

geometric progression and multiply by a common variable, help me pls.

So, you want this? B = 3; C = B*20*sqrt(2).^(0:10) C = Columns 1 through 9 60 84.853 120 ...

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f(x,y)<=0

I can see several ways off the top of my head. Consider some arbitrary implicit function. fun = @(x,y) x.^2 + y.^3 - 3; Easy ...

f(x,y)<=0

I can see several ways off the top of my head. Consider some arbitrary implicit function. fun = @(x,y) x.^2 + y.^3 - 3; Easy ...

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how to decode the message 67 44 41 49 39 19 113 76 62 104 69 55.

A good clue to the answer "Is this code correct", when applied to a homework assignment like this is if you get something that m...

how to decode the message 67 44 41 49 39 19 113 76 62 104 69 55.

A good clue to the answer "Is this code correct", when applied to a homework assignment like this is if you get something that m...

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