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giorgio.denunzio
Hi!
there is a difference between matlab's minmax, and octave nnet pkg's min_max.

In matlab:
minmax([1 2 3 4 3 4 5 6 4 3 4 5])
gives
ans =
     1     6

In octave with nnet:
min_max([1 2 3 4 3 4 5 6 4 3 4 5])
gives
error: Argument must be a matrix.

Octave does not like the input image to be a single line.

Best regards!
Ciao
Giorgio



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Re: minmax

Jordi Gutiérrez Hermoso-2
On 21 October 2012 10:15,  <[hidden email]> wrote:
> there is a difference between matlab's minmax, and octave nnet pkg's min_max.

The nnet package is severely bitrotten. Can you maintain it?

- Jordi G. H.

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Re: minmax

Carnë Draug-2
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On 21 October 2012 15:15,  <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi!
> there is a difference between matlab's minmax, and octave nnet pkg's min_max.
>
> In matlab:
> minmax([1 2 3 4 3 4 5 6 4 3 4 5])
> gives
> ans =
>      1     6
>
> In octave with nnet:
> min_max([1 2 3 4 3 4 5 6 4 3 4 5])
> gives
> error: Argument must be a matrix.
>
> Octave does not like the input image to be a single line.
>
> Best regards!
> Ciao
> Giorgio

Hi Giorgio

I'm sending this e-mail to the package maintainer, Michael Schmid, but
its last release was almost 2 years ago. Could you please report the
bug at https://sourceforge.net/p/octave/bugs/

And of course, if you are able to attach a patch too that would be
great. I just tok a look at its source and should not be too
difficult. And to create a patch (against the dev version), the
following command will do it:

svn diff > ~/bugfix.diff

Carnë

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Re: minmax

Carnë Draug-2
In reply to this post by giorgio.denunzio
On 21 October 2012 15:15,  <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi!
> there is a difference between matlab's minmax, and octave nnet pkg's min_max.
>
> In matlab:
> minmax([1 2 3 4 3 4 5 6 4 3 4 5])
> gives
> ans =
>      1     6
>
> In octave with nnet:
> min_max([1 2 3 4 3 4 5 6 4 3 4 5])
> gives
> error: Argument must be a matrix.
>
> Octave does not like the input image to be a single line.
>
> Best regards!
> Ciao
> Giorgio

Hi Giorgio

could you please tell me what matlab's minmax returns in the following cases?

minmax (1)
minmax ([i 2; 3 4])
minmax (rand (2,2,2))
minmax ({[0 1; -1 -2] [2 3 -2; 8 0 2]; [1 -2] [9 7 3]})
minmax ({[0 1; -1 -2] [2 3; 8 0]; [1 -2] [9 7 3]})
minmax ({[0 1; -1 -2] [2 3 -2; 8 0 2]; [1 -2] [9 7 3; 8 0 2]})

I would expect that some, maybe all, will fail but would like to be
sure to fix this.

Carnë

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Re: minmax

avlas
Hi,

I recently ran into these troubles too.

It's nice if this can get fixed. And unless some particular reason I may not
know, I would suggest to use the same name as in matlab (minmax instead of, or
in addition to min_max) so code is consistent.

I also checked what you asked in matlab r2012b:

>> minmax (1)

ans =

     1     1

>> minmax ([i 2; 3 4])
Error using minmax (line 27)
Data is complex.
 
>> minmax (rand (2,2,2))
Error using minmax (line 27)
Data is not two-dimensional.
 
>> minmax ({[0 1; -1 -2] [2 3 -2; 8 0 2]; [1 -2] [9 7 3]})
Error using minmax (line 27)
Data{1,2} and Data{1,1} have different numbers of columns.
 
>> minmax ({[0 1; -1 -2] [2 3; 8 0]; [1 -2] [9 7 3]})
Error using minmax (line 27)
Data{2,2} and Data{1,1} have different numbers of columns.
 
>> minmax ({[0 1; -1 -2] [2 3 -2; 8 0 2]; [1 -2] [9 7 3; 8 0 2]})
Error using minmax (line 27)
Data{1,2} and Data{1,1} have different numbers of columns.

Thanks,
Salva

El Dijous, 8 de novembre de 2012, a les 01:08:09, Carnë Draug va escriure:

> minmax (1)
> minmax ([i 2; 3 4])
> minmax (rand (2,2,2))
> minmax ({[0 1; -1 -2] [2 3 -2; 8 0 2]; [1 -2] [9 7 3]})
> minmax ({[0 1; -1 -2] [2 3; 8 0]; [1 -2] [9 7 3]})
> minmax ({[0 1; -1 -2] [2 3 -2; 8 0 2]; [1 -2] [9 7 3; 8 0 2]})

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Re: minmax

Carnë Draug-2
On 8 November 2012 01:52, Salva Ardid <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>> minmax ({[0 1; -1 -2] [2 3 -2; 8 0 2]; [1 -2] [9 7 3]})
>Error using minmax (line 27)
>Data{1,2} and Data{1,1} have different numbers of columns.

This is weird. This an example taken from Matlab's own documentation

http://www.mathworks.co.uk/help/nnet/ref/minmax.html

It should have not failed. Could you tell me what does the following
returns then?

minmax ({[0 1; -1 -2] [2 3; 8 0]; [1 -2; 9 7] [12 5; 13 11]})
minmax ({[0 1; -1 -2] [2 3; 8 0; 85 75]; [1 -2; 9 7] [12 5; 13 11]})
minmax ({[0 1; -1 -2; 34 56] [2 3; 8 0]; [1 -2; 9 7; 21 23] [12 5; 13 11]})
minmax ({[0 1; -1 -2; 34 56] [2 3; 8 0; 21 23]; [1 -2; 9 7] [12 5; 13 11]})

Carnë

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Re: minmax

avlas
Yes, it seems they have a bug in their own code or that the example is just
wrong:

>> P = {[0 1; -1 -2] [2 3 -2; 8 0 2]; [1 -2] [9 7 3]};
>> pr = minmax(P)
Error using minmax (line 27)
Data{1,2} and Data{1,1} have different numbers of columns.
 
>> minmax ({[0 1; -1 -2] [2 3; 8 0]; [1 -2; 9 7] [12 5; 13 11]})

ans =

    [2x2 double]
    [2x2 double]

>> minmax ({[0 1; -1 -2] [2 3; 8 0; 85 75]; [1 -2; 9 7] [12 5; 13 11]})
Error using minmax (line 27)
Data{1,2} and Data{1,1} have different numbers of rows.
 
>> minmax ({[0 1; -1 -2; 34 56] [2 3; 8 0]; [1 -2; 9 7; 21 23] [12 5; 13 11]})
Error using minmax (line 27)
Data{1,2} and Data{1,1} have different numbers of rows.
 
>> minmax ({[0 1; -1 -2; 34 56] [2 3; 8 0; 21 23]; [1 -2; 9 7] [12 5; 13 11]})

ans =

    [3x2 double]
    [2x2 double]

Salva

El Dijous, 8 de novembre de 2012, a les 02:19:06, Carnë Draug va escriure:

> On 8 November 2012 01:52, Salva Ardid <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >>> minmax ({[0 1; -1 -2] [2 3 -2; 8 0 2]; [1 -2] [9 7 3]})
> >
> >Error using minmax (line 27)
> >Data{1,2} and Data{1,1} have different numbers of columns.
>
> This is weird. This an example taken from Matlab's own documentation
>
> http://www.mathworks.co.uk/help/nnet/ref/minmax.html
>
> It should have not failed. Could you tell me what does the following
> returns then?
>
> minmax ({[0 1; -1 -2] [2 3; 8 0]; [1 -2; 9 7] [12 5; 13 11]})
> minmax ({[0 1; -1 -2] [2 3; 8 0; 85 75]; [1 -2; 9 7] [12 5; 13 11]})
> minmax ({[0 1; -1 -2; 34 56] [2 3; 8 0]; [1 -2; 9 7; 21 23] [12 5; 13 11]})
> minmax ({[0 1; -1 -2; 34 56] [2 3; 8 0; 21 23]; [1 -2; 9 7] [12 5; 13 11]})
>
> Carnë

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Re: minmax

Carnë Draug-2
On 8 November 2012 02:23, Salva Ardid <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>> minmax ({[0 1; -1 -2; 34 56] [2 3; 8 0; 21 23]; [1 -2; 9 7] [12 5; 13 11]})
>
> ans =
>
>     [3x2 double]
>     [2x2 double]

Could you tell me what this values are exactly? It's not clear to me
from their documentation what they are computing.

Carnë

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Re: minmax

avlas
Sure!

>> x=minmax ({[0 1; -1 -2; 34 56] [2 3; 8 0; 21 23]; [1 -2; 9 7] [12 5; 13
11]})

x =

    [3x2 double]
    [2x2 double]

>> x{1}

ans =

     0     3
    -2     8
    21    56

>> x{2}

ans =

    -2    12
     7    13

Salva

El Dijous, 8 de novembre de 2012, a les 02:39:06, Carnë Draug va escriure:

> On 8 November 2012 02:23, Salva Ardid <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >>> minmax ({[0 1; -1 -2; 34 56] [2 3; 8 0; 21 23]; [1 -2; 9 7] [12 5; 13
> >>> 11]})
> >
> > ans =
> >
> >     [3x2 double]
> >     [2x2 double]
>
> Could you tell me what this values are exactly? It's not clear to me
> from their documentation what they are computing.
>
> Carnë

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Re: minmax

Carnë Draug-2
On 21 October 2012 15:15,  <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi!
> there is a difference between matlab's minmax, and octave nnet pkg's min_max.
>
> In matlab:
> minmax([1 2 3 4 3 4 5 6 4 3 4 5])
> gives
> ans =
>      1     6
>
> In octave with nnet:
> min_max([1 2 3 4 3 4 5 6 4 3 4 5])
> gives
> error: Argument must be a matrix.
>
> Octave does not like the input image to be a single line.

On 8 November 2012 01:52, Salva Ardid <[hidden email]> wrote:
> I recently ran into these troubles too.

Hi Giorgio and Salva

please give the following new version function a try
https://sourceforge.net/p/octave/code/11403/tree/trunk/octave-forge/main/nnet/inst/minmax.m

Carnë Draug

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Re: minmax

avlas
Hi Carnë,

The link seems to be broken

Salva

El Dijous, 8 de novembre de 2012, a les 11:46:19, Carnë Draug va escriure:

> On 21 October 2012 15:15,  <[hidden email]> wrote:
> > Hi!
> > there is a difference between matlab's minmax, and octave nnet pkg's
> > min_max.
> >
> > In matlab:
> > minmax([1 2 3 4 3 4 5 6 4 3 4 5])
> > gives
> > ans =
> >
> >      1     6
> >
> > In octave with nnet:
> > min_max([1 2 3 4 3 4 5 6 4 3 4 5])
> > gives
> > error: Argument must be a matrix.
> >
> > Octave does not like the input image to be a single line.
>
> On 8 November 2012 01:52, Salva Ardid <[hidden email]> wrote:
> > I recently ran into these troubles too.
>
> Hi Giorgio and Salva
>
> please give the following new version function a try
> https://sourceforge.net/p/octave/code/11403/tree/trunk/octave-forge/main/nne
> t/inst/minmax.m
>
> Carnë Draug

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Re: minmax

Carnë Draug-2
Please avoid top posting and reply at the bottom of the e-mail

On 8 November 2012 12:57, Salva Ardid <[hidden email]> wrote:

> El Dijous, 8 de novembre de 2012, a les 11:46:19, Carnë Draug va escriure:
>
>> On 21 October 2012 15:15,  <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> > Hi!
>> > there is a difference between matlab's minmax, and octave nnet pkg's
>> > min_max.
>> >
>> > In matlab:
>> > minmax([1 2 3 4 3 4 5 6 4 3 4 5])
>> > gives
>> > ans =
>> >
>> >      1     6
>> >
>> > In octave with nnet:
>> > min_max([1 2 3 4 3 4 5 6 4 3 4 5])
>> > gives
>> > error: Argument must be a matrix.
>> >
>> > Octave does not like the input image to be a single line.
>>
>> On 8 November 2012 01:52, Salva Ardid <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> > I recently ran into these troubles too.
>>
>> Hi Giorgio and Salva
>>
>> please give the following new version function a try
>> https://sourceforge.net/p/octave/code/11403/tree/trunk/octave-forge/main/nne
>> t/inst/minmax.m
>>
> Hi Carnë,
>
> The link seems to be broken
>
> Salva

Seems to be one more problem of the new SF code viewer. It also
appears to be 2 revisions behind. Use SVN to get it

svn cat -r 11403
https://svn.code.sf.net/p/octave/code/trunk/octave-forge/main/nnet/inst/minmax.m

or wait some time until sourceforge updates it.

Carnë

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Re: minmax

avlas
> Please avoid top posting and reply at the bottom of the e-mail
>
> On 8 November 2012 12:57, Salva Ardid <[hidden email]> wrote:
> > El Dijous, 8 de novembre de 2012, a les 11:46:19, Carnë Draug va escriure:
> >> On 21 October 2012 15:15,  <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >> > Hi!
> >> > there is a difference between matlab's minmax, and octave nnet pkg's
> >> > min_max.
> >> >
> >> > In matlab:
> >> > minmax([1 2 3 4 3 4 5 6 4 3 4 5])
> >> > gives
> >> > ans =
> >> >
> >> >      1     6
> >> >
> >> > In octave with nnet:
> >> > min_max([1 2 3 4 3 4 5 6 4 3 4 5])
> >> > gives
> >> > error: Argument must be a matrix.
> >> >
> >> > Octave does not like the input image to be a single line.
> >>
> >> On 8 November 2012 01:52, Salva Ardid <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >> > I recently ran into these troubles too.
> >>
> >> Hi Giorgio and Salva
> >>
> >> please give the following new version function a try
> >> https://sourceforge.net/p/octave/code/11403/tree/trunk/octave-forge/main/
> >> nne t/inst/minmax.m
> >
> > Hi Carnë,
> >
> > The link seems to be broken
> >
> > Salva
>
> Seems to be one more problem of the new SF code viewer. It also
> appears to be 2 revisions behind. Use SVN to get it
>
> svn cat -r 11403
> https://svn.code.sf.net/p/octave/code/trunk/octave-forge/main/nnet/inst/minm
> ax.m
>
> or wait some time until sourceforge updates it.
>
> Carnë

Sorry, it's the way I use to work, I'll try to keep this in mind for next e-
mails though...

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Re: minmax

giorgio.denunzio
In reply to this post by Carnë Draug-2
Hi!
Sorry, really sorry for not being present when I might have been
useful... I could not even reply to your emails when needed. Sorry again.
I'll check the new version, thank you Carnë!
Regards
Giorgio


On 08/11/2012 12.46, Carnë Draug wrote:
> Hi Giorgio and Salva please give the following new version function a
> try
> https://sourceforge.net/p/octave/code/11403/tree/trunk/octave-forge/main/nnet/inst/minmax.m 
> Carnë Draug


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Re: minmax

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El Dijous, 8 de novembre de 2012, a les 13:09:03, Carnë Draug va escriure:

> Please avoid top posting and reply at the bottom of the e-mail
>
> On 8 November 2012 12:57, Salva Ardid <[hidden email]> wrote:
> > El Dijous, 8 de novembre de 2012, a les 11:46:19, Carnë Draug va escriure:
> >> On 21 October 2012 15:15,  <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >> > Hi!
> >> > there is a difference between matlab's minmax, and octave nnet pkg's
> >> > min_max.
> >> >
> >> > In matlab:
> >> > minmax([1 2 3 4 3 4 5 6 4 3 4 5])
> >> > gives
> >> > ans =
> >> >
> >> >      1     6
> >> >
> >> > In octave with nnet:
> >> > min_max([1 2 3 4 3 4 5 6 4 3 4 5])
> >> > gives
> >> > error: Argument must be a matrix.
> >> >
> >> > Octave does not like the input image to be a single line.
> >>
> >> On 8 November 2012 01:52, Salva Ardid <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >> > I recently ran into these troubles too.
> >>
> >> Hi Giorgio and Salva
> >>
> >> please give the following new version function a try
> >> https://sourceforge.net/p/octave/code/11403/tree/trunk/octave-forge/main/
> >> nne t/inst/minmax.m
> >
> > Hi Carnë,
> >
> > The link seems to be broken
> >
> > Salva
>
> Seems to be one more problem of the new SF code viewer. It also
> appears to be 2 revisions behind. Use SVN to get it
>
> svn cat -r 11403
> https://svn.code.sf.net/p/octave/code/trunk/octave-forge/main/nnet/inst/minm
> ax.m
>
> or wait some time until sourceforge updates it.
>
> Carnë

I've just checked one of my scripts and works nicely!


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Re: minmax

Carnë Draug-2
On 8 November 2012 16:10, Salva Ardid <[hidden email]> wrote:

> El Dijous, 8 de novembre de 2012, a les 13:09:03, Carnë Draug va escriure:
>
>> Please avoid top posting and reply at the bottom of the e-mail
>>
>> On 8 November 2012 12:57, Salva Ardid <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> > El Dijous, 8 de novembre de 2012, a les 11:46:19, Carnë Draug va escriure:
>> >> On 21 October 2012 15:15,  <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> >> > Hi!
>> >> > there is a difference between matlab's minmax, and octave nnet pkg's
>> >> > min_max.
>> >> >
>> >> > In matlab:
>> >> > minmax([1 2 3 4 3 4 5 6 4 3 4 5])
>> >> > gives
>> >> > ans =
>> >> >
>> >> >      1     6
>> >> >
>> >> > In octave with nnet:
>> >> > min_max([1 2 3 4 3 4 5 6 4 3 4 5])
>> >> > gives
>> >> > error: Argument must be a matrix.
>> >> >
>> >> > Octave does not like the input image to be a single line.
>> >>
>> >> On 8 November 2012 01:52, Salva Ardid <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> >> > I recently ran into these troubles too.
>> >>
>> >> Hi Giorgio and Salva
>> >>
>> >> please give the following new version function a try
>> >> https://sourceforge.net/p/octave/code/11403/tree/trunk/octave-forge/main/
>> >> nne t/inst/minmax.m
>> >
>> > Hi Carnë,
>> >
>> > The link seems to be broken
>> >
>> > Salva
>>
>> Seems to be one more problem of the new SF code viewer. It also
>> appears to be 2 revisions behind. Use SVN to get it
>>
>> svn cat -r 11403
>> https://svn.code.sf.net/p/octave/code/trunk/octave-forge/main/nnet/inst/minm
>> ax.m
>>
>> or wait some time until sourceforge updates it.
>>
>> Carnë
>
> I've just checked one of my scripts and works nicely!

That's good. I have made a couple of simple changes to the package now
but have no idea of its actual state as I can't really test it. My
guess would be that it's a bit broken since it's quite old and Octave
has changed a lot in the mean time. Please test it, and if possible,
send us patches.

Carnë

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