Smartphone cameras continue to disrupt digital photography. If you are a casual photographer, over the years you have probably found yourself increasingly relying on the camera that is most readily available to you: the one on your phone.
Ever need to create a vector of dates using some sort of pattern? Perhaps these will be used as the edges argument for a histogram, with each a month.What's the best way to create a datetime array where each element is the first of the mon
An Image Processing Toolbox user recently reported to us good results for using makecform and applycform to convert colors from sRGB to CMYK. Here's the code they used:c = makecform('srgb2cmyk');
cmyk_colors = applycform(srgb_colors,c);The
My MATLAB® program, amaze, generates mazes by combining old friends, numgrid and delsq, with a new friend, the graph object. Let's see how we make this example maze. ContentsBeginningsRandom walksBacktrackShortest pathAnimationSoftwar
Jiro's pick this week is getkey by Jos.Here's an entry from a long-time user. Honestly speaking, I'm surprised why this entry has not been Picked yet. It was initially posted in 2005. It's a straight-forward tool that accomplishes somethi
If you have been to MATLAB Answers recently you have noticed the name Madhan Ravi climbing up the Leaderboard. Here is a Q&A with Madhan Ravi.
Thanks for agreeing to this interview. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?
Hi everyone -- Sebastian here. I've been doing a few presentations at schools and robotics events, so I wanted to convert these talks into a comprehensive blog post for everyone else. I hope you enjoy this material!
Many people know MATLAB
Today's blog post is dedicated to everyone whose eyes aren't as young as they used to be.In last week's blog post on pursuit curves, I showed this figure: If you ran my code exactly as I posted it, though, you probably wouldn't see exactly
Curie's pick of the week is – actually, make that plural! My picks are the HDL Coder Tutorial and HDL Coder Evaluation Reference Guide, both by Jack Erickson.
If you weren’t aware, you can generate HDL (hardware descr
Today I'd like to talk about the basic concepts of setting up a network to train on an image-to-image regression problem.
This demo came about for two reasons:
There are quite a few questions on MATLAB answers about image–to–image deep l
Of course the data we collect is always perfect - NOT! Maybe yours is different. What can go wrong? So many things. Instruments drift, web sites go down, power goes out, ... So what can you do if you have gaps in your data, and the ana
I posted about variants in the past, but things have changed a lot since then, so I thought it would be a good idea to review the options available for variants in R2018b.
If you are not familiar with the concept of vari
For the past month I have been working with the variable format 16-bit floating point arithmetic that I described in this post. It has been frustrating work. I have found that the limited precision and limited range of half precision make
Sean's pick this week is Beating (cartoon) Heart by Nathaniel Barlow.
In the spirit of celebrating Valentine's day with heart inspired FEX submissions (, ), we add to the list with another. This is an animat
Here's an interesting snippet I learned while working on today's blog post: Mathematician Jacob Bernoulli asked for a logarithmic spiral to be engraved on his tombstone. Here's an example of a such a spiral.theta = -6*pi:0.01:6*pi;
rho = 1.