Parallel computing

Replace colorbar units with latex format string enabled text handles. in matlab

The following Matlab project contains the source code and Matlab examples used for replace colorbar units with latex format string enabled text handles. . This function eliminates the native colorbar number labeling and replaces it with a cell array of modifiable text handles. This provides a way to add LaTeX characters, format strings, font modifications, and more.

Using numerical computing with matlab in the classroom

The following Matlab project contains the source code and Matlab examples used for using numerical computing with matlab in the classroom. MATLAB® files accompanying the "Using Numerical Computing with MATLAB in the Classroom" webinar by Cleve Moler. These files will be useful for professors interested in using this textbook in a wide variety of courses and departments.

Child window in matlab

The following Matlab project contains the source code and Matlab examples used for child window. Many people in the MATLAB newsgroups have requested help on this topic. Here is a classic solution which shows how to construct child windows and pass parameters between them.

Writes column headers and a matrix to excel and graphs all columns or two specified columns. in matlab

The following Matlab project contains the source code and Matlab examples used for writes column headers and a matrix to excel and graphs all columns or two specified columns. . xlschart(titles,m,chartypechart_title,)   xlschart(titles,m,chartype,chart_title,filename)   xlschart(titles,m,chartype,chart_title,xtitle,ytitle)   xlschart(titles,m,chartype,chart_title,filename,sheetname)   xlschart(titles,m,chartype,chart_title,xtitle,ytitle,filename)   xlschart(titles,m,chartype,chart_title,xtitle,ytitle,filename,sheetname)     xlschart : writes column headers and a matrix to excel

Assigns a value or excel formula to a specified cell in excel sheet. in matlab

The following Matlab project contains the source code and Matlab examples used for assigns a value or excel formula to a specified cell in excel sheet. . xlscell(xcell,value) xlscell(xcell,value,filename) xlscell(xcell,value,filename,sheetname)     xcell: cell name (range) (ex. C3 or A2:F19) value: value(s) to assign to specified cell. filename: Name of excel file. sheetname: sheet name.    Examples: filename = 'file.xls'; value = {'N1','N2','N3','N4'}; xlscell('C4',value); xlscell('C4',value,filename); xlscell('C5',rand(10,4),filename);

Loading tool in matlab

The following Matlab project contains the source code and Matlab examples used for loading tool. This tool can be used for loading in the workspace the content of one or all *.mat files from a specified directory. The tool has a user friendly GUI, that permit an easy work.

Xlsfont, xlsalign, xlsborder, xlswordart, xlscomment in matlab

The following Matlab project contains the source code and Matlab examples used for xlsfont, xlsalign, xlsborder, xlswordart, xlscomment. Look at functions help for more details and descriptions. Also included (PDF) file showing Excel Color Index to be used for specifying colors in those functions. Examples: xlsfont('file.xls','Sheet1','whole','font','Courier New'); xlsfont('file.xls','Sheet1','2:2','interior',1,11,4); xlsfont('file.xls','Sheet1','A1','underline',3); xlsalign('file.xls','Sheet1','A1:A2','MergeCells',1);

Canonical correlation analysis (cca) without data between two sets of variables made on the same obj in matlab

The following Matlab project contains the source code and Matlab examples used for canonical correlation analysis (cca) without data between two sets of variables made on the same obj . Computes the interrelationships between two sets of variables made on the same objects without data.

Linear equations of both full rank and deficient rank in matlab

The following Matlab project contains the source code and Matlab examples used for linear equations of both full rank and deficient rank. lineq is the main program, help message for lineq function [homsol,spsol]=lineq(a,b) % solve linear equations a*x=b; % [homsol,spsol]=lineq(a,b); % lineq(a). where homsol are solutions of corresponing homogenous equation, spsol is the special solution of a*x=b.

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