I have tried the toolbox, in the file line N0. 21 shows the N= 100000 but the program failed with the following error
In an assignment A(I) = B, the number of elements in B and I must
be the same.
Error in GSA_Init (line 47(
pro.GSA.fE(j) = pro.Model.handle(pro.SampleSets.E(j,:));
Error in ANN_sens1 (line 23(
pro = GSA_Init(pro(
Then I modified the N by trial and error till I got N=700, The program gave this message:
Inputs: [1x1 struct]
Model: [1x1 struct]
But now how to get the sensitivity results for interoperation, and on what form I can see it?? Tables or graphs?
any guidance is much appreciated
Is there a user manual for this toolbox?
I am new user for MATLAB and do not have an experince in using MATLAB or MATLAB TOOLBOX
is there at least guidlines to describe the steps to be used ?
Excelent. I recommend this simple Matlab code for implementation of Monte Carlo method for sensitivity analysis of Simulink models: http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/47758-sensitivity-analysis-in-simulink-models-with-monte-carlo-method.
I encountered the exact same name collision problem that Christian Dorion mentioned in his comment below. If I unpack a structure in a function, and one of the resulting variable names is also a function name (it was "ngrid" in my case), then Matlab interprets the variable name as a function call. The strangest think is that if I do a "who" or "which" within the function, then Matlab correctly reports that ngrid is a variable. But then it fails to interpret it correctly. I have a very hard time coming up with an explanation for this behavior. Anyone?