Monthly Archives: December 2014

Grouping boxplot in matlab

Here an example from http://stackoverflow.com/questions/16267440/grouping-boxplot-matlab. The example is about on how to create a boxplot for multiple group of variables. The example as follows: x=rand(1000,6); %variable x y=rand(1000,6); %variable y D(:,1:2:12)=x; %rearrange x into d. D(:,2:2:12)=y; %rearrange y into d … Continue reading

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contacting journal editors: six dos, a maybe and a don’t

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Run for 100 times (loops) and save each result of run into a single matrix in MATLAB

Here a simple example: You want to run 100x times of this function, y=2i, where i is integer values (0 until 100) and you want to save each y into a single matrix (named as y1), you can write as follow: … Continue reading

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Multiple into one columns and vice versa in Excel using macro

If you work with a lot of data in Excel, it is difficult to rearrange multiple column of data into a single column. The traditional way, you cut/copy and paste, and it will take forever (boring and repetitive works). The … Continue reading

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Monte Carlo Simulation 1 (Bookmark & Planning)

Monte-Carlo, is very famous nowadays. If you work with uncertainty analysis, you will become familiar with this term. From my knowledge (maybe I wrong), Monte-Carlo can be related as sampling method: same like bootstrapping or random generation. Since my study … Continue reading

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