help with nc file: making a variable plottable030 (10/15/2012 12:07:06 PM) Hi Group,
Although not strictly a MatLab question, I'm sure many users also use nc fi=
les to hold data. I have a problem, which is probably not so hard to solve =
if you know how:
I have a 60x110x95 ar... joe778899(47)
instantaneous heart rate032 (10/15/2012 12:03:06 PM) I have data from PhysioNet >>Apnea-ECG database and I would like to determine the Instantaneous heart rate which x axis is time(s) and y axis is heart rate (bpm).Currently, I use
hdrread function issue (Image processing toolbox)2362 (4/19/2010 6:52:05 PM) Hi,
I am using the hdrread function to read a hdr file, but I get the following error message.
??? Error using ==> hdrread>readHeader at 63
Not a Radiance file.
Error in ==> hdrread at 29
fileinfo ... Stephen
[newbie] entering a matrix interactively033 (10/15/2012 10:24:00 AM) What is the prefered way to enter the values of a matrix
interactively. I can imagine this is a common task which can be
performed by a predefined matlab-function and it probably is not a
good idea to try to... jeandubois314(31)
How to draw a line between two points on an image114 (10/15/2012 8:42:06 AM) Hi everyone,
I specifed two pints on an image p1=x1,y1 and p2=x2,y2. I would like to draw a line between this two points by changing the pixels colours.
I would like also to ask, how can i know each pixe... falazizy10(1)
Question on nonlinear optimization511 (10/14/2012 4:52:05 PM)
I wanna fit a custom function to a set of 2d data. I also wanna the fitted curve constrained in a specific bound. How do I make it?
Voronoi function1025 (10/13/2012 3:26:07 PM) Using:
[v,c] = voronoin([x(:) y(:)])
you can generate the voronoi vertices 'v' and 'c' specifies which vertices belong to each region. Using:
[vx,vy] = voronoi([x(:) y(:)])
returns the finite verti... andyfox28(5)
OFDM #10018 (10/15/2012 6:10:08 AM) hi.I am trying to implement ofdm communication in simunlink.may i knw what is the difference between convolutional interleaver and fwd channel interleaver