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three order complex coefficient polynomial root matlab

There are at least two options — z = complex(randn(3,1), randn(3,1)) r = roots([28; z]) syms x p = 28*x.^3 + z(1,:)*x.^2...

three order complex coefficient polynomial root matlab

There are at least two options — z = complex(randn(3,1), randn(3,1)) r = roots([28; z]) syms x p = 28*x.^3 + z(1,:)*x.^2...

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lowpass filter function doesn't filter out data

The ‘NoisySignal’ has broadband noise, so a frequency-selective filter can eliminate some of the noise, however not all of it. ...

lowpass filter function doesn't filter out data

The ‘NoisySignal’ has broadband noise, so a frequency-selective filter can eliminate some of the noise, however not all of it. ...

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Plotting arrays with different sizes

Transpose ‘gamma’ to create a family of curves — gamma = [1, 1.2, 1.4, 1.6, 1.8, 2]; x = [0:0.01:2000]; b = 349.22567; y = ...

Plotting arrays with different sizes

Transpose ‘gamma’ to create a family of curves — gamma = [1, 1.2, 1.4, 1.6, 1.8, 2]; x = [0:0.01:2000]; b = 349.22567; y = ...

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fitline not displaying correct x values datetime

You probably need to do centreing and scaling with your data, then use datetick to display the dates correctrly — dates = date...

fitline not displaying correct x values datetime

You probably need to do centreing and scaling with your data, then use datetick to display the dates correctrly — dates = date...

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MatLab Multiple graphs in one axis

The easiest option is to use the hold function. Put the different ‘x’ and ‘y’ vectors in one matrix, then plot them x = (9:0.2...

MatLab Multiple graphs in one axis

The easiest option is to use the hold function. Put the different ‘x’ and ‘y’ vectors in one matrix, then plot them x = (9:0.2...

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2d line plot

The patch documentation section on Create Multicolored Line offers one option. The problem with the data is that the temperat...

2d line plot

The patch documentation section on Create Multicolored Line offers one option. The problem with the data is that the temperat...

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Detecting Certain Parts of a Specific Signal

Start with the findsignal function. It may be necessary to invert the tall peak to find the inverted version of it.

Detecting Certain Parts of a Specific Signal

Start with the findsignal function. It may be necessary to invert the tall peak to find the inverted version of it.

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Non-homogeneous frecuency in Matlab Mobile measurements

If you are referring to Android Sensors Data Acquisition , probably not. To create a regularly-sampled signal, it would be nece...

Non-homogeneous frecuency in Matlab Mobile measurements

If you are referring to Android Sensors Data Acquisition , probably not. To create a regularly-sampled signal, it would be nece...

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Error bars centered at one bar in multi-bar plot

It would help to have your data matrices. Use XEndPoints and YEndPoints to specify the ends of the bars. y = rand(5,4); err...

Error bars centered at one bar in multi-bar plot

It would help to have your data matrices. Use XEndPoints and YEndPoints to specify the ends of the bars. y = rand(5,4); err...

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fillmissing function with makima method

Thje 'makima' method is likely best for filling NaN gaps in varying data. Yours appear to be relatively constant, other than fo...

fillmissing function with makima method

Thje 'makima' method is likely best for filling NaN gaps in varying data. Yours appear to be relatively constant, other than fo...

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calculating the average of a column of a csv file with specified steps and saving it in a new csv file

This was a bit more involved than I thought it would be — T1 = readtable('Data_1min.csv', 'VariableNamingRule','preserve') ...

calculating the average of a column of a csv file with specified steps and saving it in a new csv file

This was a bit more involved than I thought it would be — T1 = readtable('Data_1min.csv', 'VariableNamingRule','preserve') ...

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3D plot in polar coordinates

This took a while to get working correctly, and takes about 500 seconds to run, so I will post the code here slthough not the pl...

3D plot in polar coordinates

This took a while to get working correctly, and takes about 500 seconds to run, so I will post the code here slthough not the pl...

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Need help to removing motion artifact from ECG signal

Try something like this — LD = load('test10_00wm.mat') type('ECG.m') % I was hoping Tha...

Need help to removing motion artifact from ECG signal

Try something like this — LD = load('test10_00wm.mat') type('ECG.m') % I was hoping Tha...

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reference a Mathworks Algorithm found in the forum

The URL of the particular post would be my choice. Right-click on the ‘chain’ (‘Link’ or ‘Hyperlink’) icon to copy it. For e...

reference a Mathworks Algorithm found in the forum

The URL of the particular post would be my choice. Right-click on the ‘chain’ (‘Link’ or ‘Hyperlink’) icon to copy it. For e...

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Deriving acceleration from velocity equation

The gradient function could be helpful. EDIT — (20 May 2023 at 12:46) If this is symbolic, of course, just take the deriva...

Deriving acceleration from velocity equation

The gradient function could be helpful. EDIT — (20 May 2023 at 12:46) If this is symbolic, of course, just take the deriva...

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Can't figure out these two errors, if someone can help I'll appreciate it

The problem is that the error message does not say what the particular error is. Reproducing that line with various definitions...

Can't figure out these two errors, if someone can help I'll appreciate it

The problem is that the error message does not say what the particular error is. Reproducing that line with various definitions...

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Error using ellipord?

The code appears to work correctly when I run it (in R2023a), however I don’t have the signal so the load call throws an error. ...

Error using ellipord?

The code appears to work correctly when I run it (in R2023a), however I don’t have the signal so the load call throws an error. ...

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non-numerical answer for solving complex non-linear equation

You define all the variables numerically, however your code then declares them as symbolic. The easy solution is simply to pu...

non-numerical answer for solving complex non-linear equation

You define all the variables numerically, however your code then declares them as symbolic. The easy solution is simply to pu...

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How do I exclude certain columns from rmmissing rmoutliers?

I would treat those as two separate operations. First, remove the missing data on the entire matrix, not only selectyed colum...

How do I exclude certain columns from rmmissing rmoutliers?

I would treat those as two separate operations. First, remove the missing data on the entire matrix, not only selectyed colum...

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Problem finding "valleys" in signal

I prefer using 'MinPeakProminence' instead of 'MinPeakHeight' since that is usually more robust. t = linspace(0, 10); y = 0....

Problem finding "valleys" in signal

I prefer using 'MinPeakProminence' instead of 'MinPeakHeight' since that is usually more robust. t = linspace(0, 10); y = 0....

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How to read this data with the headers text

If you have R2013b or later, use readtable. It behaviour has changed a bit over the years, however it should still work with ...

How to read this data with the headers text

If you have R2013b or later, use readtable. It behaviour has changed a bit over the years, however it should still work with ...

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How can I create 3D seismic survey ?

I am not certain what your data are, however options could be plot3, ribbon, waterfall, and perhaps others including surf and me...

How can I create 3D seismic survey ?

I am not certain what your data are, however options could be plot3, ribbon, waterfall, and perhaps others including surf and me...

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Problem with direct calculation on table with std and "omitnan"

Prehaps varfun? Example — load patients T = table(Age,Height,Weight,Systolic,Diastolic) S = varfun(@(x)std(x,'omitnan'...

Problem with direct calculation on table with std and "omitnan"

Prehaps varfun? Example — load patients T = table(Age,Height,Weight,Systolic,Diastolic) S = varfun(@(x)std(x,'omitnan'...

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How to calculate mean of standard deviation (mean deviation) in a table

The 'mean_rate' variable does not exist in ‘T’. Giving groupsummary the correct variable names (or at least variable names th...

How to calculate mean of standard deviation (mean deviation) in a table

The 'mean_rate' variable does not exist in ‘T’. Giving groupsummary the correct variable names (or at least variable names th...

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Relation or Pattern between curves

The plot appears to be incomplete. What do the curves look like between 0 (or whatever the minimum independent value is) and ...

Relation or Pattern between curves

The plot appears to be incomplete. What do the curves look like between 0 (or whatever the minimum independent value is) and ...

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Automate the length of samples in the envelope function to get the optimal peak envelope from various signals

Consider first using either findpeaks or islocalmax with find, and then calculate the appropriate distances (using min, max, mea...

Automate the length of samples in the envelope function to get the optimal peak envelope from various signals

Consider first using either findpeaks or islocalmax with find, and then calculate the appropriate distances (using min, max, mea...

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Fitting real data curve to a homogeneous diff

I am not certain from your description what you want to do. However if you have the Signal Processing Toolbox, the resample fun...

Fitting real data curve to a homogeneous diff

I am not certain from your description what you want to do. However if you have the Signal Processing Toolbox, the resample fun...

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Trouble using Bode(sys)

You could have a path problem. Run these: restoredefaultpath rehash toolboxcache from a script or your Command Window to...

Trouble using Bode(sys)

You could have a path problem. Run these: restoredefaultpath rehash toolboxcache from a script or your Command Window to...

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solving 1D drift diffusion model for a semiconductor using FDTD. Can anyone rectify this error.

In the ‘Jp’ and ‘Jn’ calculations, the relevant ‘n’ vectors are (98x1) while ‘E’ is(99x1). That appears to be the problem. I...

solving 1D drift diffusion model for a semiconductor using FDTD. Can anyone rectify this error.

In the ‘Jp’ and ‘Jn’ calculations, the relevant ‘n’ vectors are (98x1) while ‘E’ is(99x1). That appears to be the problem. I...

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Why my code find a second intersection of curve with line and not the first?

See if the lines oif copde I added do what you want — %There are input constants cP=0.05; cN=0.05; cMg=0.005; logb0=2.88; ...

Why my code find a second intersection of curve with line and not the first?

See if the lines oif copde I added do what you want — %There are input constants cP=0.05; cN=0.05; cMg=0.005; logb0=2.88; ...

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