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how to store the intermediate result when using fmincon

Asked by xueqi on 30 Jan 2013

Dear fellows, I am using fmincon to do optmization. Could you tell me how to look at and store the intermediate result when fmincon is trying different value? Well, I need to give an initial value for fmincon to start, and after that, it will try different value to find the optimized one. I want to check all those values that it tried and the corresponding results. Cheers

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Answer by Shashank Prasanna on 30 Jan 2013
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You can use OutputFcn to access values at each iteration.

See the following link for more information:

http://www.mathworks.com/help/optim/ug/output-functions.html

In the optionset you can use the function as below:

options = optimset('OutputFcn',@outfun)

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xueqi on 5 Feb 2013

Sorry it is final out not final input

Shashank Prasanna on 5 Feb 2013

I am not sure I follow you. I don't want the final output.

Just run your optimization and and even if it is stuck at an iteration, can you please paste what is on the screen? If you post it in the forum there may be other who may be able to help you better. If you don't provide enough information, no one will be able to help you.

xueqi on 5 Feb 2013

It needs to read in data in excel file. I can I also put into excel file here? Thanks!

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Answer by xueqi on 5 Feb 2013

It needs to read in data in excel file. I can I also put into excel file here? Thanks!

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Answer by Alan Weiss on 5 Feb 2013

Use the xlswrite function to export data to an Excel file.

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