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Why do I get correlation result NaN?

Unless you have a good reason to impute your missing data, you can remove missing values from both vectors. nanidx = isnan(A) |...

Why do I get correlation result NaN?

Unless you have a good reason to impute your missing data, you can remove missing values from both vectors. nanidx = isnan(A) |...

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cdfplot and ecdf differences

They're the same (see cdfplot doc), the empirical CDF values are supposed to be used in stairs and not plot (smoothed) rng('def...

cdfplot and ecdf differences

They're the same (see cdfplot doc), the empirical CDF values are supposed to be used in stairs and not plot (smoothed) rng('def...

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Why do I get NaN?

First, Height is already double, so A = 2; str2double(A) Secondly, first element of Height is NaN. Remove it prior to the ana...

Why do I get NaN?

First, Height is already double, so A = 2; str2double(A) Secondly, first element of Height is NaN. Remove it prior to the ana...

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why does fitlme with a random effect gives the same results to fitlme without the random effect

This shows the model fits well with only fixed effect and there is no variance left for random effects. Also, your observations ...

why does fitlme with a random effect gives the same results to fitlme without the random effect

This shows the model fits well with only fixed effect and there is no variance left for random effects. Also, your observations ...

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bfilereader

bfilereader: Efficient processing of big delimited files in MATLAB

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how to prompt user to try again instead of letting MATLAB display "Index in position 1 exceeds array bounds" error message.

a= [1 2 3; 4 5 6; 7 8 9]; askAgain = true; while askAgain position = input ('input a number: '); if posit...

how to prompt user to try again instead of letting MATLAB display "Index in position 1 exceeds array bounds" error message.

a= [1 2 3; 4 5 6; 7 8 9]; askAgain = true; while askAgain position = input ('input a number: '); if posit...

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Errorbar on Box and Whisker Plot

If you want error bars on the same box plots, you can use something like this: tab = table(randi([1, 50], 20, 1), repmat([1; 2]...

Errorbar on Box and Whisker Plot

If you want error bars on the same box plots, you can use something like this: tab = table(randi([1, 50], 20, 1), repmat([1; 2]...

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How to extract the data from webread output?

It's always better to first check the RESTful API documentations. In your case, you can get those values either by applying rege...

How to extract the data from webread output?

It's always better to first check the RESTful API documentations. In your case, you can get those values either by applying rege...

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why Normal Distribution with Histogram not matching?

This is because histogram shows frequency of your sample, while PDF plots the density. Of course you can change the way histogra...

why Normal Distribution with Histogram not matching?

This is because histogram shows frequency of your sample, while PDF plots the density. Of course you can change the way histogra...

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how many times is a value repeated in a table

You can play with groupSummary which offers lots of options: tab = table(repmat([20; 50; 100], 20, 1), string((1:60).'), 'Varia...

how many times is a value repeated in a table

You can play with groupSummary which offers lots of options: tab = table(repmat([20; 50; 100], 20, 1), string((1:60).'), 'Varia...

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How to plot box plots of data of different sizes on the same figure?

You just need to define a grouping array: x1 = randn(128, 1); x2 = randn(100, 1); X = [x1; x2]; grp = [ones(size(x1)); 2.*o...

How to plot box plots of data of different sizes on the same figure?

You just need to define a grouping array: x1 = randn(128, 1); x2 = randn(100, 1); X = [x1; x2]; grp = [ones(size(x1)); 2.*o...

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want to order and group files

You can try regexp or pattern: dcm = "00022.dcm"; bmp = ["2015220700022_Frame20.bmp", "2015220700023_Frame20.bmp", "2015220700...

want to order and group files

You can try regexp or pattern: dcm = "00022.dcm"; bmp = ["2015220700022_Frame20.bmp", "2015220700023_Frame20.bmp", "2015220700...

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Regression with tall array (Using datastore, CSV) - Error

Well, your data is tall table, and that's what MATLAB complains about: since your first argument is a table, MATLAB thinks y is ...

Regression with tall array (Using datastore, CSV) - Error

Well, your data is tall table, and that's what MATLAB complains about: since your first argument is a table, MATLAB thinks y is ...

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Is there a way to get a confidence/probability score on fitrsvm or other regression techniques like fitrensemble using the 'predict' function?

You already answered yourself! % MATLAB doc for fitrsvm load carsmall X = [Horsepower,Weight]; Y = MPG; Mdl = fitrsvm(X,Y)...

Is there a way to get a confidence/probability score on fitrsvm or other regression techniques like fitrensemble using the 'predict' function?

You already answered yourself! % MATLAB doc for fitrsvm load carsmall X = [Horsepower,Weight]; Y = MPG; Mdl = fitrsvm(X,Y)...

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How to adjust size of the legend in large figures?

Try NumColumns property: plot(randn(400, 40), randn(400, 40), '.-') legObj = legend(gca, 'NumColumns', 2);

How to adjust size of the legend in large figures?

Try NumColumns property: plot(randn(400, 40), randn(400, 40), '.-') legObj = legend(gca, 'NumColumns', 2);

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Subsets of uncorrelated features

Let R be the pairwise correlation matrix: N = 10; R = rand(N); R(logical(eye(N))) = 1; for i = 1:size(R, 1) - 1 for...

Subsets of uncorrelated features

Let R be the pairwise correlation matrix: N = 10; R = rand(N); R(logical(eye(N))) = 1; for i = 1:size(R, 1) - 1 for...

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How can I assign different colors to different bins of a single "bar/barh object"?

Well, you just needed to go through the doc for bar. y = [75 91 105 123.5 131 150 179 203 226 249 281.5]; h = bar(y, 'FaceColo...

How can I assign different colors to different bins of a single "bar/barh object"?

Well, you just needed to go through the doc for bar. y = [75 91 105 123.5 131 150 179 203 226 249 281.5]; h = bar(y, 'FaceColo...

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how to draw classification response of machine learning model ? (Ex. Logistic Regression Response)

You can plot predicted probabilities from a logisitc regression model: y = randi([0, 1], 1000, 1); x = randn(1000, 1); mdl ...

how to draw classification response of machine learning model ? (Ex. Logistic Regression Response)

You can plot predicted probabilities from a logisitc regression model: y = randi([0, 1], 1000, 1); x = randn(1000, 1); mdl ...

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How to allow for multiline input for inputdlg?

Have you tried new line? num_lines = 1; cues = {'lake', 'river', 'water', 'ocean', 'forest'}; index1 = randi([1,5]); answer ...

How to allow for multiline input for inputdlg?

Have you tried new line? num_lines = 1; cues = {'lake', 'river', 'water', 'ocean', 'forest'}; index1 = randi([1,5]); answer ...

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Ignore NaN value when iterating

arrayfun(@(x)numel(A(x, ~isnan(A(x, :)))), 1:size(A,1)) 5 1 3

Ignore NaN value when iterating

arrayfun(@(x)numel(A(x, ~isnan(A(x, :)))), 1:size(A,1)) 5 1 3

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find probability of chi2 test

Based on what you explained it seems you already have the X2 stat. p = 1 - chi2cdf(x, nu) % where x is chi2 stat and nu is df

find probability of chi2 test

Based on what you explained it seems you already have the X2 stat. p = 1 - chi2cdf(x, nu) % where x is chi2 stat and nu is df

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Ask for Data Extraction

t = readtable('text.txt'); t.Properties.VariableNames = "col" + (1:size(t, 2)); % set col names 12×3 table col1 col...

Ask for Data Extraction

t = readtable('text.txt'); t.Properties.VariableNames = "col" + (1:size(t, 2)); % set col names 12×3 table col1 col...

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How to change color of imported geometry from .mat file?

h = findobj(gca,'Type','Patch'); h.FaceColor = 'b'; % set it to blue or whatever

How to change color of imported geometry from .mat file?

h = findobj(gca,'Type','Patch'); h.FaceColor = 'b'; % set it to blue or whatever

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Matrix Multiplication & Splitting

Given your input criteria, you can simply reshape C: sz = size(C, 2); C = reshape(C, 3, 3, sz/3); D = arrayfun(@(i)A*B*C(:,:...

Matrix Multiplication & Splitting

Given your input criteria, you can simply reshape C: sz = size(C, 2); C = reshape(C, 3, 3, sz/3); D = arrayfun(@(i)A*B*C(:,:...

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Removing outliers using standard deviation

groupfilter does the trick cleanTable = groupfilter(yourTable, 'Hour', @(x)~isoutlier(x, 'mean'), 'Price');

Removing outliers using standard deviation

groupfilter does the trick cleanTable = groupfilter(yourTable, 'Hour', @(x)~isoutlier(x, 'mean'), 'Price');

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Mean for certain conditions

t = readtable('extracted_table.xlsx'); y = groupsummary(t, {'ID', 'Item', 'Snack'}, @mean, 'Rating'); % mean of Rating for each...

Mean for certain conditions

t = readtable('extracted_table.xlsx'); y = groupsummary(t, {'ID', 'Item', 'Snack'}, @mean, 'Rating'); % mean of Rating for each...

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how to partition data into testing and training

While I don't see any issues with what MATLAB does nor understand your point, you can use something like this: test_idx = rand...

how to partition data into testing and training

While I don't see any issues with what MATLAB does nor understand your point, you can use something like this: test_idx = rand...

8 månader ago | 0

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How to keep only numbers in a cell (.xlsx file)?

x = readcell('test.xlsx') nums = cellfun(@(x)sscanf(x, '%f', 1), x) 1.4420 0.3320 0.3560 0.8530 250.8690...

How to keep only numbers in a cell (.xlsx file)?

x = readcell('test.xlsx') nums = cellfun(@(x)sscanf(x, '%f', 1), x) 1.4420 0.3320 0.3560 0.8530 250.8690...

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fprintf for total sum

doc fprintf An example for a floating point number: X = 2.345674; fprintf('My number is %.2f\n', X) My number is 2.35

fprintf for total sum

doc fprintf An example for a floating point number: X = 2.345674; fprintf('My number is %.2f\n', X) My number is 2.35

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Finding the location of the axis end in normalized coordinates

You just missed the fact that end of axis is starting point + width, try this ax=axes(); p=get(ax,'Position'); annotation('...

Finding the location of the axis end in normalized coordinates

You just missed the fact that end of axis is starting point + width, try this ax=axes(); p=get(ax,'Position'); annotation('...

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