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Doug

]]>Thanks for such great videos. They are truly of great help. I have a question that is, although not directly related to this video, is related to density functions. How would you plot the PDF of Z = sqrt(X.^2+Y.^2), if X and Y are uniformly distributed over (0,10). I tried using hist3, but I was not sure if that was the right way. I hope your advice will help me figure out. Thank you once again. ]]>

How can I have a x-axis of my own? If I have y=[1 2 3] and x=[10 20 30];

I want to just convert y but still plot vs my x.

I have copied your code it only converts to CM once and then it converts with a offset that ads everytime when I click convert… and it only says CM on the y-axis.

]]>It says we use Viola-Jones, but I don’t think the code is accessable. What are you trying to find out?

]]>I was wondering if I can get access to the algorithm’s code. I would like to see the exact implementation of the algorithm in contrast to just using it as a function.

Thank you!

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Thanks,

Doug