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I want a correct logic of my code.Also, I want the operations on my two plots i.e. 1.)error of two plots 2.)difference curve 3.) correlation.

Asked by divya bhandari on 14 Jun 2018 at 2:35
Latest activity Edited by per isakson
on 15 Jun 2018 at 3:21

I want a correct logic of my code.

Also, I want the operations on my two plots i.e.

  1. error of two plots
  2. difference curve
  3. correlation.
true=multibandread('paris.lan',[512,512,7],'uint8=>uint8',128,...
     'bil','ieee-le');
i1=true( :, :,1);
i2=true( :, :,2);
i3=true( :, :,3);
i4=true( :, :,4);
i5=true( :, :,5);
i6=true( :, :,6);
i7=true( :, :,7);
x(1)=double(i1(38,333));
x(2)=double(i1(38,334));
x(3)=double(i1(38,333));
x(1)=double(i1(38,333));
x(2)=double(i1(38,334));
x(3)=double(i1(39,333));
x(4)=double(i1(39,334));
y(1)=double(i1(486,115));
y(2)=double(i1(486,116));
y(3)=double(i1(487,115));
y(4)=double(i1(487,116));
avg1=((x(1)+x(2)+x(3)+x(4))/4);
avg2=((y(1)+y(2)+y(3)+y(4))/4);
   a(1)=double(i2(38,333));
  a(2)=double(i2(38,334));
  a(3)=double(i2(39,333));
  a(4)=double(i2(39,334));
  b(1)=double(i2(486,115));
  b(2)=double(i2(486,116));
  b(3)=double(i2(487,115));
  b(4)=double(i2(487,116));
  avg3=((a(1)+a(2)+a(3)+a(4))/4);
  avg4=((b(1)+b(2)+b(3)+b(4))/4);
m(1)=double(i3(38,333));
m(2)=double(i3(38,334));
m(3)=double(i3(39,333));
m(4)=double(i3(39,334));
n(1)=double(i3(486,115));
n(2)=double(i3(486,116));
n(3)=double(i3(487,115));
n(4)=double(i3(487,116));
avg5=((m(1)+m(2)+m(3)+m(4))/4);
avg6=((n(1)+n(2)+n(3)+n(4))/4);
p(1)=double(i4(38,333));
p(2)=double(i4(38,334));
p(3)=double(i4(39,333));
p(4)=double(i4(39,334));
q(1)=double(i4(486,115));
q(2)=double(i4(486,116));
q(3)=double(i4(487,115));
q(4)=double(i4(487,116));
avg7=((p(1)+p(2)+p(3)+p(4))/4);
avg8=((q(1)+q(2)+q(3)+q(4))/4);
r(1)=double(i5(38,333));
r(2)=double(i5(38,334));
r(3)=double(i5(39,333));
r(4)=double(i5(39,334));
s(1)=double(i5(486,115));
s(2)=double(i5(486,116));
s(3)=double(i5(487,115));
s(4)=double(i5(487,116));
avg10=((s(1)+s(2)+s(3)+s(4))/4);
avg9=((r(1)+r(2)+r(3)+r(4))/4);
h(1)=double(i6(38,333));
h(2)=double(i6(38,334));
h(3)=double(i6(39,333));
h(4)=double(i6(39,334));
j(1)=double(i6(486,115));
j(2)=double(i6(486,116));
j(3)=double(i6(487,115));
j(4)=double(i6(487,116));
avg12=((j(1)+j(2)+j(3)+j(4))/4);
avg11=((h(1)+h(2)+h(3)+h(4))/4);
f(1)=double(i7(38,333));
f(2)=double(i7(38,334));
f(3)=double(i7(39,333));
f(4)=double(i7(39,334));
g(1)=double(i7(486,115));
g(2)=double(i7(486,116));
g(3)=double(i7(487,115));
g(4)=double(i7(487,116));
avg13=((f(1)+f(2)+f(3)+f(4))/4);
avg14=((g(1)+g(2)+g(3)+g(4))/4);
%  d=[300,400,500];
% r=[avg1,avg3,avg5];
% plot(d,r)
% hold on
% c=[avg2,avg4,avg6];
% plot(d,c)
% plot(d,c)
% d=[100,200,300,400,500,600,700];
% r=[avg1,avg3,avg5,avg7,avg9,avg11,avg13];
% plot(d,r)
% hold on
% c=[avg2,avg4,avg6,avg8,avg10,avg12,avg14];
% plot(d,c)
d=[100,200,300,400,500,600,700];
r=[avg1,avg3,avg5,avg7,avg9,avg11,avg13];
% plot(d,r)
%hold on
c=[avg2,avg4,avg6,avg8,avg10,avg12,avg14];
% plot(d,c)
figure, plot(d,r,'r',d,c,'g')
title('actual signals');
z=corr2(r,c);
figure, plot(d,z)
title('correlation of 2 signals');   %correlation
mm=r-c;
SSE=dot(mm,mm);
figure, plot(d,mm)
title('error of 2 signals');    % error
deltaSignal = double(abs(c - r));
percentageDifference = double(deltaSignal ./ r); % Percent by element.
meanPctDiff = mean(percentageDifference); % Average percentage over all elements.
figure, plot(deltaSignal,percentageDifference,'r',deltaSignal,meanPctDiff,'g')
title('% difference of 2 signals');

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Please let me know about the 3 operations,which I asked above.

"I tried but errors."   I tried to help you in that effort.

However, I'm not clear about your three items and I'm not prepared to analyze the 100+ lines of code in your question.

3 operations are

  1. to calculate error of the two plots
  2. to calculate difference of the two plots
  3. to calculate correlation of the two plots

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