MATLAB is a high-level language and interactive programming environment for numerical computation and visualization developed by MathWorks.

Learn about MATLAB vs Python, why and how you should switch from MATLAB to Python. Evaluate the differences of using MATLAB vs Python. Convert scripts from MATLAB to Python. MATLAB® is widely known as a high-quality environment for any work that involves arrays, matrices, or linear algebra.

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A tutorial on writing MatLab-like functions using the Python language and the NumPy library.

I am having difficulty loading in 'str' variables 'Et' (Endtime) and 'St' (Starttime) from a MATLAB .mat file into Python.

I used Matlab kmeans function to do clustering for two datasets: data1 and data2. I have three main files, containing the following codes respectively,

I generated code for loading a mat file as follows

here is the code in python

I am trying to convert an image into a set of arrays that can be useful for digital processing and analytics for commercial purposes. A code has already been created and it works, but is there any way to reduce the time taken for the code to be executed?

I am trying to solve the function below. I've attempted to use a symbolic solver and fsolve. Both are causing me trouble. First time posting, I apologize in advance if I'm missing something in my question.

How to create Sub matrix(all 5*5) from a Matrix in MATLAB? This can be done by shifting exactly one row and one column.I have tried with following code but i'm not getting the actual output.Here A is the input matrix.

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Please see the MATLAB code and equivalent Numpy code below. Question: How can I get the D variable same in Numpy as MATLAB's?

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