AboutWorld Ocean Atlas 2013 version 2 (WOA13 V2) contains objectively analyzed 1° climatological fields of in situ temperature, salinity, dissolved oxygen, Apparent Oxygen Utilization (AOU), percent oxygen saturation, phosphate, silicate, and nitrate at standard depth levels for annual, seasonal, and monthly compositing periods for the World Ocean. It also includes associated statistical fields of observed oceanographic profile data interpolated to standard depth levels on 5°, 1°, and 0.25° grids.
As an alternative method you can register PLECS with a specific MATLAB installation using the MATLAB Path Browser or by directly editing the file pathdef.m in the directory matlabroot/toolbox/local/. This method may be appropriate if PLECS will be used by multiple users sharing the same computer. You need to add the PLECS directory and its subdirectory demos to the MATLAB search path.
This got rid of the error, but I still have a problem launching Matlab. Each time I launch it (by typing "matlab" in terminal), the Mathworks software activation window pops up. I provide the path to the licence file, it appears to activate successfully (no errors), but then Matlab doesn't launch. If I try to run it again, the same thing happens.
I think the licence should be updated. I fixed the problem by requesting a new licence from Mathworks and activating MATLAB with that licence file. They provided the same installation key for my computer's host id, but the 'licence.lic' file is updated. I think reinstallation is not necessary, activation with an updated licence just solves the problem.
Way too old thread but viewed 4523 times and active 16 days ago so still relevant I guess. Here is how you solve it. In my case the folder "~/.matlab/R2015a_licenses/" did not exist. though "~/.matlab" did. So I created R2015a_licenses. Now the problem is this folder was accessible only to root. So the activation application could not write the required file. So change the permission of this folder using "sudo chmod 777 R2015a_licenses". Now run matlab normally(no sudo). It should take you to the activation client. otherwise run the activation client manually(no sudo), it is called "activate_matlab.sh" in the bin folder. follow the steps and let it detect the user-name and do not change it. when it exits without error you are done with the licence part. Now there could be another problem that your matlab freezes just after the opening window and doesn't go any further. Take a look at this. "Go to the ".matlab/" directory in the users home directory. Rename the directory named after the version of MATLAB you are using to have _old at the end. If there is a folder with "_licenses" in the name, DO NOT rename that folder" kind of worked. By kind of I mean matlab complained that it cant write preferences in "~/.matlab". So I changed the permission for that folder by "chmod" and then it worked.
When a build dependency such as VTK, for example, was not found,a DEPENDS variable becomes visible in the GUI (i.e. not marked as advanced) which must be setto either the installation prefix of the dependency or the directory containing a CMake packageconfiguration file (e.g., VTKConfig.cmake). See the following screenshot for an example whereVTK was not found automatically and the path to the VTKConfig.cmake file in the VTK build directorywas set manually after the error was reported.
The MIRTK installation further includes a Bashcompletions script which when sourced in your Bash configuration file,enables auto-completion of available MIRTK commands for the mirtk command.To enable the MIRTK Bash completions, add the following lines to $HOME/.bashrc (Linux)or $HOME/.bash_profile (OS X):
Potrace can currently produce the following output formats: SVG, PDF, EPS, PostScript, DXF, GeoJSON, PGM (for easy antialiasing of pixel-based images), Gimppath, and XFig. Additional backends might be added in the future. Mkbitmap is a program distributed with Potrace which can be used to pre-process the input for better tracing behavior on greyscale and color images. See the mkbitmap examples page.ExampleOriginal imagePotrace outputMore examples...Mkbitmap examples...Frequently asked questionsTrouble using Potrace? Here are the answers to some frequently asked questions.NewsFor changes prior to version 1.14, see the file NEWS.For a more detailed list of changes, see the ChangeLog.September 17, 2019: Release 1.16. This release consists of bugfixes and minor portability improvements. A potential arithmetic overflow was fixed. Rotation angles are now normalized to between -180 and 180. We now use binary file I/O on the OS/2 platform. The test suite tolerances were adjusted. The configuration option --enable-local-getopt was renamed as --with-included-getopt. Some build system improvements. Thanks to Henri Salo and Dave Yeo for reporting bugs and suggesting improvements. August 5, 2017: Release 1.15. This release consists of bugfixes and minor portability improvements. Some potential buffer overflows and arithmetic overflows were fixed, including CVE-2017-12067. A bug triggered by very large bitmaps has been fixed. A new configuration option --enable-local-getopt was added. Thanks to Agostino Sarubbo, Daniel Macks, and Michael Voříšek for reporting bugs and suggesting improvements.February 19, 2017: Release 1.14. This release consists of bugfixes and minor portability improvements. A number of bugs triggered by malformed BMP files have been fixed, including CVE-2016-8685 and CVE-2016-8686. Error reporting has been improved. The image size is now truncated when the bitmap data ends prematurely. It is now possible to use negative dy in bitmap data. Portability has been improved to encompass C++11. The default compiler is now clang if available. Thanks to Nelson Beebe and Martin Gieseking for reporting portability issues, and to Agostino Sarubbo for reporting bugs. Downloading and installingPotrace is built from sources using the standard configure/makecommands. Please see the file INSTALL forgeneric installation instructions, and thefile README for compile time configurationoptions specific to Potrace. Some pre-compiled binary distributionsare also available. See the file README forinstructions on how to install Potrace from a binarydistribution. Additional instructions for Windows users are containedin the file README-WIN, or watch thisvideo: InstallingPotrace on Windows. If you would like to ensure the accuracy ofthe downloaded files, you can double-checktheir SHA1 sums. 2b1af7f3a8