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Assuming you want to pick a few points from the plot, you can use ginput and click those points with your mouse. You can get the mouse click as precise as you like by using the zoom feature on the figure. Of course, this won't give you the exact coordinates, but if you need that, you can then search your original data set for the coordinates closes to ...
Changes to your path will be continued if you add the path to your startup.m file. You can change it in Matlab by entering into the Matlab command window: edit startup Then add the path to file the same way you would in the command line addpath('/path/to/dir'); You can also use startup.m to permanently change figure defaults and most other settings.
If you are getting Java problem while installing MATLAB that means you extracted MATLAB. I recommend you mount the .iso file in Archive Manager then browse to mount place and run sudo ./install This way you won't have this problem.
Unable to lock the administration directory (/var/lib/dpkg/),is another process using it? The error means that there is already another process running, thats why you can't uninstall it. Make sure all other instances of apt-get are closed then you should be able to uninstall it.
I have MATLAB running on Kubuntu 14.04. The reason you are unable to install it is because I think you are confusing the installation procedures with the downloaded files with the DVD installation procedures in the pdf. After extracting your Linux installer (which should be "matlab_R2014a_glnxa64" for the latest release for Linux), open a terminal and ...
If you know the path of the folder, say /home/test_folder, then all you do is: sudo chmod -R 775 /home/test_folder And you get full read and write permissions! EDIT: the -R ensures recursive permission changes so be careful not to run this command on a folder that is high up on your system (as this could make EVERY folder read/write-able, prone to ...
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