Hi, I there some way to create discontinuous axes in a figure within Matlab? Say if you wanted to plot a point at infinity? Thanks, Hi, search for "BreakAXis" and "BreakXAXis" in the FEX : <http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/loadCategory.do> J�r�me J�r�me wrote: > > > Hi, > > search for "BreakAXis" and "BreakXAXis" in the FEX : > > <http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/loadCategory.do> > > J�r�me Perfect, Thanks, greatly appreciated. Cheers ...

I have a level-2 m-file s-function within my Simulink model, and this s-function is specified by my corresponding m-file. The purpose of this m-file/s-function is to display an animation that is updated at each timestep of the Simulink model. I’ve been able use this m-file to correctly display my animation. I perform sets of animations, and then want to display a “set complete” message, before the next set of animations begins. So far, I’ve used the code below, within my Update() function, to implement this “set complete” message: -------------------------------------------------- if(TaskComplete == 1.0) axes; set(axesHandle, 'Xlim', [-0.7 0.7], 'Ylim', [-0.2 0.7]); %set(gca, 'Xlim', [-0.7 0.7], 'Ylim', [-0.2 0.7]); set(gca,'Color','w'); endMessage = sprintf('Set Complete!'); set(text(0.4,0.6,endMessage), 'FontWeight', 'bold', 'FontName', 'Arial', 'Color', [0,0,0]); end ---------------------------------------------------- Here’s my problem: although the “set complete” message appears correctly on my axes, there are *two* sets of axes numerical labels superimposed over each other when this “complete” screen displays. The set(axesHandle, ‘Xlim’, …) line above is also used elsewhere within my m-file, to *correctly* set my axes’ numerical labels. I’m not sure why re-using that same line above, causes 2 completely different sets of ...

Hello all, I am trying to Transpose Smpbtc variable with the Prefix of Exlot and for all that variables I want get a label with the corresponding number. For that I am trying to do something like this , But not there Yet any Ideas. proc sort data=oc_data.smpsmp out= smpsmp (keep = sbjnbr pt actevent visit cpevent smpbtc) ; by sbjnbr pt actevent visit cpevent ; run; proc transpose data=smpsmp out=smp1 Prefix = exlot ; by sbjnbr pt actevent visit cpevent ; var smpbtc; run; Proc Sql Noprint ; Create table aa as Select Count(Smpbtc) as mx_count From Smpsmp Group By sbjnbr, pt ,actevent, visit ,cpevent; Select Max (mx_count ) into :Max_count From aa; %put &Max_count ; Quit ; /* I tried this but able to make it work. Proc Datasets library = Work Memtype = data ; Modify exlot ; Do j = 2 to &Max_count.; Label Exlot&j = "Lot Number &J"; End ; Quit ; */ Data smp11 ; set smp1; Do j = 2 to &Max_count.; Label Exlot(j) = "Lot Number(J)"; End ; Run; ...

Hello, I have a problem .I want to read data through a text box of GUI of matlab and this data happens to be in decimal and I want to convert into HEX data then I need to print that data in to text file in HEXADECIMAL format. This i m doing as below for get I m using following command tio read data from text box X = get (hObject,'value'); then i m reading this value and converting it in to hex by following command X1 = dec2hex (X); then i am writing it to text file by following code fprintf (fid, '%d ',X); after doing this i should see result in text file but I m not able to see hex codes intead I m getting "0" answers. Where is the problem. "amey patil" <ameypatil28@yahoo.co.in> wrote in message <jm9d62$hg0$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>... > Hello, > I have a problem .I want to read data through a text box of GUI of matlab and this data happens to be in decimal and I want to convert into HEX data then I need to print that data in to text file in HEXADECIMAL format. > This i m doing as below > for get I m using following command tio read data from text box > > X = get (hObject,'value'); > > then > i m reading this value and converting it in to hex by following command > > X1 = dec2hex (X); > > then i am writing it to text file by following code > > fprintf (fid, '%d ',X); > > after doing this i should see result in text fil...

It is possible. You can get the label information from SAS meta data, and create a new set of shorten label, then use it whenever needed: data xx; a=23; b='abc'; label a='one two three four five' b='123 456 789 000 xxx kkk'; run; proc print label; run; proc sql; select name||'="'||scan(label,1,' ')||' '||scan(label,2,' ')||' '||scan (label,3,' ')||'"' into :newlb separated by ' ' from sashelp.vcolumn where libname='WORK' and memname='XX' ; %put &newlb; proc print data=xx label; label &newlb; run; first proc print output: one two 123 456 three four 789 000 five xxx kkk 23 abc second proc print output with label chopped off: one two 123 456 three 789 23 abc Kind regards, Ya Huang On Tue, 30 Nov 2004 16:40:51 -0500, Nomi <sajeelm@GMAIL.COM> wrote: >Hi all, > >I'm using a dataset in which the variables have long labels. Now I >want that in the output instead of the complete label only the first >three words of the label be showed. >Is that possible? And also is their away to show only the labels and >not the variable name? > >Thanks, >Sajeel ...

I realize that eventually the real and imaginary parts will need to be separated to fit into a java complex class, but is there any slick way to push that work into java and not clutter matlab functions/scripts? Everything I've tried just results in the imaginary part being stripped off. ...

Is there a way to turn off the axis box while still having the tick labels appear? I tried making the axes colors same as that of the figure, e.g. fig_color=get(gcf,'Color') set(gca,'XColor',fig_color); set(gca,'YColor',fig_color); While that turns off the axes, it also makes the tick labels. Is there any way to give the tick labels a differnt color than the axes box. I also tried box off however that does not turn off the axes (only the 2 lines opposite each axis). Thanks for any assistance. ...

Hello, I am trying to figure out how to get at the identity (in the form of a text string) of controls inside of clusters. I've been told that the identity of controls inside clusters is linked to the parent cluster, so they are unique. I can see evidence of this when I configure an event structure value change case on a numeric inside a cluster. I get something like "MyCluster.MyNumeric Value Change" in the event description box. My question is, how can I get at this string: "MyCluster.MyNumeric", instead of just "MyNumeric", which in my application is not guaranteed to be unique.? See attached block diagram comments. Cluster Label Text Question.vi: http://forums.ni.com/attachments/ni/170/262792/1/Cluster Label Text Question.vi Lynn, I think you are right. I can use the "Owner" property and then get the label of the parent cluster, and the concatinate by hand. I was hoping there was a "magic" property node I could get at. Oh well... ...

I need to find the absolute memory address of a location of code in assembly before I reach that location. In the following code fragment, I need to find the address of "target:" at a previous point in code, which I label as "calc_target_address:" calc_target_address: mov <address of target:>, %eax ... target: ... I used the following strategy to do this: 1. I first find out %eip at "calc_target_address:" using a call to a dummy function and then reading the stored %eip from the stack 2. I added the hard-coded distance to "target:" from "calc_target_address:" to %eip to obtain the absolute memory address of "target:" The problem with this strategy is that it breaks if any instructions are modified between "calc_target_address:" and "target:" since the distance is hard-coded. Is there a better way of doing this?? Thanks in advance! Regards, Sorav Let me think... You have a hard-coded value for distance. You can use small blocks of NOP and "non operative code". For example: ---------------- push eax nop xor eax, 50 nop xor eax, 42 nop pop eax ----------------- The last piece of code acts like a "digital marker" that you can use to get the absolute address of any portion of code by finding it using a string. Of course, you need to create a marker that can't match on another place of your code. sorav bansal a �crit : > I need ...

I am new to MATLAB Javabuilder. I am trying to deploy a MATLAB program that I can use in my java program. I have followed the steps in the instruction video of MATLAB JavaBuilder JA. I can successfully deploy .prj file from MATLAB and create .jar file. Then when i go to Eclipse and create a new project and class upto which things are fine. The problem starts when I am trying to include javabuilder in the Build Path of eclipse project. I could not select the javabuilder.jar to add in the Build path of Eclipse from the path /Application/MATLAB/MATLAB_R2010b.app/toolbox/javabuilder/jar/ because I am on Mac so the application MATLAB_R2010b is not shown as a folder but rather an app icon. But I could manage to add by deployed jar file path and MATLAB_Compiler_Runtime/v714/toolbox/javabuilder/jar in the path. So when ia write program in java I dont get any compile time error. But when I am running the program I get the following error message from Java program : Exception in thread "main" java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: Failed to find the library libmwmclmcrrt.7.14.dylib, required by MATLAB Builder JA, on java.library.path.This library is typically installed along with MATLAB or the MCR, its absence may indicate an issue with that installation or the current path configuration. The MCR version that this component is trying to use is: 7.14. at com.mathworks.toolbox.javabuilder.internal.MCRConfiguration$ProxyLibraryDir.get(MCRConfiguration.java:167) ...

Hey all, I am having problem in soft handover implementation with MATLAB please help me out. It is my final dissertation .I am unable to do this. ..pls mail me at nikhilpatel0786@gmail.com Thank you very much... Please helpp "vpmp patel" <mecs@yahoogoups.com> wrote in message news:jkh46d$i9m$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com... > Hey all, > I am having problem in soft handover implementation with MATLAB > please help me out. It is my final dissertation .I am unable to do > this. Then you need to talk to your dissertation advisor first; if he or she can't give you enough help, post SPECIFIC DETAILS about the problem you're experiencing with your implementation and ask a SPECIFIC question and someone may be able to offer some suggestions. -- Steve Lord slord@mathworks.com To contact Technical Support use the Contact Us link on http://www.mathworks.com ...

http://www.wired.com/gadgets/wireless/news/2007/06/iphone_howto In article <replytogroup-666770.16032027062007@news.lga.highwinds-media.com>, The New Guy <replytogroup@here.thanks> wrote: > http://www.wired.com/gadgets/wireless/news/2007/06/iphone_howto While the iPhone is cool and have some pangs of wanting one, the cheapest of the AT&T plans is double what I pay for my Sprint service- not to mention that the phone costs ten times what I paid for mine. I think I'll wait a couple of years. On 2007-06-27 14:03:20 -0700, The New Guy <replytogroup@here.thanks> said: > http://www.wired.com/gadgets/wireless/news/2007/06/iphone_howto The thing is, I already have AT&T and I already live in an area where coverage is poor. Faking my own death and then coming back to life to get an iPhone might not work so well. -- Waddling Eagle World Famous Flight Instructor ...

Is there a way to reinitailize the matlab scipt server if it crashes during run-time of a labview application? The problem is that when the matlab window is closed by the user the link is broken and the application stops working. Is there a way to catch this error and then reload the matlab script server window/ connection during runtime so that the app does not have to be halted, closed and reopened to reestablish the funcitonality Thank for any input Bryan S Could you package the Matlab Script Node code into a subVI and call that subVI dynamically using VI Server? The idea would be that you could poll the error output from the Matlab Script node to see if the Matlab window has been closed, thus closing the link. If it does occur, terminate the dynamic subVI and call it again from the main VI. This should completely emulate "closing and reopening the app." <a href="http://zone.ni.com/reference/en-XX/help/371361A-01/lverror/matlab_and_hiq_script_code/" target="_blank">Here</a> is a link on getting started using VI Server to call VIs dynamically. The Help document references LabVIEW 8, but the process is the same for earlier versions. Here's an example of what I mean. There are two VIs, main VI.vi and Dynamic subVI.vi. Main VI calls Dynamic subVI, which should simulate your script node code, and then polls the error output of the subVI. If the subVI generates a specific error, the main VI a...

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I want to get both at an axis and the legend, symbols with dots or hat or tilde on them. The following script works for lets say the ylabel, but does not work for the legend. Any ideas please? ylabel(' $\bf \tilde{R}_{chem}$','Interpreter','latex') Thank you in advance Grigorios "Grigorios " <gripanag@gmail.com> wrote in message <jpnvdf$qit$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>... > I want to get both at an axis and the legend, symbols with dots or hat or tilde on them. The following script works for lets say the ylabel, but does not work for the legend. Any ideas please? > > ylabel(' $\bf \tilde{R}_{chem}$','Interpreter','latex') > > Thank you in advance > > Grigorios l=legend(...) set(l,'interpreter','latex') ...

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Dear Colleagues, I would like to call your kind attention to the updated website of the Soft Computing Research Group at the University of Veszprem (Hungary) http://www.fmt.vein.hu/softcomp/ You can download MATLAB Toolboxes: - Fuzzy Clustering MATLAB Toolbox - Genetic Programming MATLAB Toolbox - Interactive Evolutionary Strategy (EASy) MATLAB Toolbox - Constrained Fuzzy Model Identification for the FMID Toolbox independent MATLAB programs related to: - Data mining * Fuzzy clustering based time-series segmentation * Supervised Fuzzy Clustering for the Identification of Fuzzy Classifiers * Fuzzy Modeling with Multidimensional Membership Functions: Grey-Box Identification and Control Design * Compact TS-Fuzzy Models through Clustering and OLS plus FIS Model Reduction * Inconsistency Analysis of Labeled Data * Star plots - MATLAB files for Graphical Representation of trace elements of clinkers - Process control and monitoring * Feedback Linearizing Control Using Hybrid Neural Networks Identified by Sensitivity Approach * Incorporating Prior Knowledge in Cubic Spline Approximation - Application to the Identification of Reaction Kinetic Models * Identification and Control of Nonlinear Systems Using Fuzzy Hammerstein Models - A Simple Fuzzy Classifier based on manuscripts in PDF about - fuzzy model based process control and monitoring - fuzzy clustering and classification - incorporation of a priori knowledge in the identif...

Hello Joe, Well when I did Transpose proc transpose data=smpsmp out=smp1 Prefix = exlot ; by sbjnbr pt actevent visit cpevent ; var smpbtc; run; There were Seven Variable Exlot1 -- Exlot7 and for these variables I want the Lables, I can't Know before hand how many would be there . Thanks SL On Tue, Jan 27, 2009 at 5:15 PM, Joe Matise <snoopy369@gmail.com> wrote: > Do you mean 'variable label' or 'value label' ? I'm having trouble parsing > what you are asking for. > > You can create in a previous datastep a variable label that is appropriate > for yoru needs, and then use IDLABEL=(label variable), if you want. I think > that's what you did below, if I read your code right. > > Seems like an awful lot of transposing, though ... > > -Joe > > > On Tue, Jan 27, 2009 at 3:50 PM, SAS_learner <proccontents@gmail.com>wrote: > >> Hello Joe, >> >> I tried with IDLABEL and ID because the Var variable lable is different >> from label I want >> had no luck but anyway I did what I want this way do not how good solution >> is this >> ------------------------------------------------ >> proc sort data=oc_data.smpsmp out= smpsmp (keep = sbjnbr pt actevent >> visit cpevent smpbtc) ; >> by sbjnbr pt actevent visit cpevent ; >> run; >> proc transpose data=smpsmp out=smp1 Prefix = exlot ; >> by sbjnbr pt actevent ...

I want to get FRF of IIR Filter from Impulse Response. So, I got FRF using two method. One is FREQZ, another is FFT of impulse response. But two results are different. Why? My source code are below : clear all close all clc fs=2048; % Sampling Frequency N=65536; % Buffer Size t=[0:N-1]'./fs; % Time f = [0:N/2]'*fs/N; % Frequency x = zeros(N,1); % Impulse Input Signal x(1)=1; % 1 pole butterworth highpass filter with 2.7 Hz Cutoff [B, A] = butter(1, 2*2.7/fs, 'high'); [h, f] = freqz(B, A, N, fs); h = abs(h(1:N/2+1)); h_mag = 20*log10(h); f = f(1:N/2+1); % Impulse Response y = filter(B, A, x); % Calculate FFT with impulse Response h_fft = fft(y, N); h_fft = abs(h_fft); h_fft = h_fft(1:N/2+1); figure, semilogx(f, h, 'b', 'LineWidth', 2), hold on, semilogx(f, h_fft, 'r-.', 'LineWidth', 2) xlabel('Frequency(Hz)'), ylabel('Magnitude') grid, legend('From FREQZ Function', 'From Impulse Function') h_fft = 20*log10(h_fft); figure, semilogx(f, h_mag, 'b', 'LineWidth', 2), hold on, semilogx(f, h_fft, 'r-.', 'LineWidth', 2), grid, xlabel('Frequency(Hz)'), ylabel('dB'), title('Compare h1'), legend('FREQZ Function', 'Impulse Function') figure, freqz(B, A, N, fs); In my opinion, the results of FREQZ are correct. And the results of FFT are not correct. Could you say what I wrong...

That's not a problem. I can't say what your dataset looks like before hand as you didn't provide an example, but I could guess; proc sort data=oc_data.smpsmp out= smpsmp (keep = sbjnbr pt actevent visit cpevent smpbtc) ; by sbjnbr pt actevent visit cpevent ; run; data spmsmp_2; set smpsmp; by sbjnbr pt actevent visit cpevent; retain counter; if first.cpevent then counter=0; counter+1; *create an ID and IDlabel here; idval = cats('exlot',counter); idlbl = (label); *put whatever code you want to set your labels up here; run; I don't know what you want to use as a label, that isn't clear, but you can use that code to create it, I think. It should make a unique ID for each record in any given by-group, and then you can similarly label it however you prefer to label it. Then when you PROC TRANSPOSE use id=idval and idlabel=idlbl. You just have to have a unique ID for each record in any given BY-group, or they will overwrite. This would be a bit easier if you provided some sample data ... here's an example using my own sample data. data test; input smpbtc sortkey1 sortkey2; cards; 1 101 101 2 101 101 5 101 101 1 101 102 2 101 102 3 101 102 5 101 102 8 101 102 1 101 103 2 101 103 4 101 103 ;;;; run; proc sort data=test; by sortkey1 sortkey2; run; data smpsmp; set test; by sortkey1 sortkey2; if first.sortkey2 then counter=0; counter+1; idval = cats('exlot',counter); idlbl = cats('External Lot #...

Dear Colleagues, I would like to call your kind attention to the updated website of the Soft Computing Research Group at the University of Veszprem (Hungary) http://www.fmt.vein.hu/softcomp/ You can download MATLAB Toolboxes: - Fuzzy Clustering MATLAB Toolbox - Genetic Programming MATLAB Toolbox - Interactive Evolutionary Strategy (EASy) MATLAB Toolbox - Constrained Fuzzy Model Identification for the FMID Toolbox independent MATLAB programs related to: - Data mining * Fuzzy clustering based time-series segmentation * Supervised Fuzzy Clustering for the Identification of Fuzzy Classifiers * Fuzzy Modeling with Multidimensional Membership Functions: Grey-Box Identification and Control Design * Compact TS-Fuzzy Models through Clustering and OLS plus FIS Model Reduction * Inconsistency Analysis of Labeled Data * Star plots - MATLAB files for Graphical Representation of trace elements of clinkers - Process control and monitoring * Feedback Linearizing Control Using Hybrid Neural Networks Identified by Sensitivity Approach * Incorporating Prior Knowledge in Cubic Spline Approximation - Application to the Identification of Reaction Kinetic Models * Identification and Control of Nonlinear Systems Using Fuzzy Hammerstein Models - A Simple Fuzzy Classifier based on manuscripts in PDF about - fuzzy model based process control and monitoring - fuzzy clustering and classification - incorpor...

How to get current dir (complete path) in Matlab? /current dir/path in command window; /function saveas(figure_handle, file_name, 'emf'); saves files to "c:\matlab\work" although I've set my work directory to "c:\prj". dr Dzekyl wrote: > > > How to get current dir (complete path) in Matlab? > /current dir/path in command window; > > /function saveas(figure_handle, file_name, 'emf'); > saves files to "c:\matlab\work" > although I've set my work directory to "c:\prj". > > > help pwd or help cd brian wrote: > > > dr Dzekyl wrote: >> >> >> How to get current dir (complete path) in Matlab? >> /current dir/path in command window; >> >> /function saveas(figure_handle, file_name, 'emf'); >> saves files to "c:\matlab\work" >> although I've set my work directory to "c:\prj". >> >> >> > > help pwd ...

Hello Joe , Let me try will let you know. Thank you for Code snipnet, thanks SL On Tue, Jan 27, 2009 at 7:38 PM, Joe Matise <snoopy369@gmail.com> wrote: > That's not a problem. > > I can't say what your dataset looks like before hand as you didn't provide > an example, but I could guess; > > proc sort data=oc_data.smpsmp out= smpsmp (keep = sbjnbr pt actevent visit > cpevent smpbtc) ; > by sbjnbr pt actevent visit cpevent ; > run; > > data spmsmp_2; > set smpsmp; > by sbjnbr pt actevent visit cpevent; > retain counter; > if first.cpevent then counter=0; > counter+1; > *create an ID and IDlabel here; > idval = cats('exlot',counter); > idlbl = (label); *put whatever code you want to set your labels up here; > run; > > I don't know what you want to use as a label, that isn't clear, but you can > use that code to create it, I think. It should make a unique ID for each > record in any given by-group, and then you can similarly label it however > you prefer to label it. Then when you PROC TRANSPOSE use id=idval and > idlabel=idlbl. You just have to have a unique ID for each record in any > given BY-group, or they will overwrite. > > This would be a bit easier if you provided some sample data ... here's an > example using my own sample data. > > data > test; > > input > > smpbtc sortkey1 > sortkey2; > > cards; > &...

Thanks, In article <1170790874.192175.89870@a75g2000cwd.googlegroups.com>, yijun_lily@yahoo.com says... > Thanks, > > The easiest way is to use the freqz function, found in the matlbal signal processing toolbox. If you have the polynomial coefficients of both numerator and denominator of your h(z) function, respectively num and den, typing freqz(num,den) will plot H(f) in module and phase. Hope this helps. ...

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