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Thanks for taking the time to write all that. That is very kind of you, and it gave me a big push in the right direction. Thanks...
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I am trying to evaluate the following integral in MATLAB: http://www.scribd.com/doc/100400549/mwe
However I haven't had...
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Hi 1) .* is an array operator (element-by-element operator). Now, if a=2 and x=[1 2], then why am I allowed to calculate a.*x? ...
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I have a relatively simple set of coupled ODE's that I am trying to solve by ODE45. The following is the content of the .m...
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I have the following system of ODEs (a very stiff system!):
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I am trying to evaluate the following integral numerically in MatLAB: http://www.scribd.com/doc/100400549/mwe
Please take a look at my dataset here: <http://peecee.dk/upload/view/377379>
It can be plotted using the following
I am trying to fit a function to some data points. My code is the following:
I have some data (x, y) (no uncertainties on either x or y), which very nicely follows an exponentially decaying function....
I have the following example
errorbar(x, y, e, e)
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Fitting a polynomial in Matlab to some data (x, y) is easy using polyfit as e.g.
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I have a dataset, which I am trying to fit to a function having the form
A*cos(a*x) + B*sin(b*x) + C/x + exp(-D*x).
In MATLAB, you create a vector by enclosing the elements in square brackets like so:
x = [1 2 3 4]
Commas are optional, s...
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I have a piece of code written in Fortran that I have now finished writing in Matlab. They do exactly the same calculation...
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