When MATLAB starts, it will look for a pathdef.m file in its startup directory.
Start up folder (in the MATLAB icon | Properties | Start in ) (e.g. D:\Sources\MATLAB) allows controlling different paths and other settings via startup.m file placed in the folder, e.g.:
(i.e., without “ctrl-C” abort)
For example, when paging thru trials:
Assume we have two vectors, repeated_segments_start_idx, and repeated_segments_end_idx, and we want to find all indices between each pair.
idx = [repeated_segments_start_idx(segments2remove_idx):repeated_segments_end_idx(segments2remove_idx)] % DOES NOT WORK, OF COURSE! idx = cell2mat(arrayfun(@colon,repeated_segments_start_idx,repeated_segments_end_idx,'UniformOutput',false)); % WORKS!
h = imagesc(X,Y,C); set(h,'alphadata',~isnan(C));