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How to plot step response of second order system?

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theblueeyeswhitedragon on 4 Feb 2019
Commented: madhan ravi on 4 Feb 2019
omgNot = 1;
zetaNot = 0.6;
H = tf(omgNot^2,[1, 2*zetaNot*omgNot, omgNot^2]);
I am using the code above to plot the step response of a second order system, but I am getting the follwoing error
Invalid default value for property 'InputName_' in class
Attempt to execute SCRIPT strings as a function:
I would really appreciate your help. Thank you.


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madhan ravi
madhan ravi on 4 Feb 2019
Not certain where exactly the problem lies but you seem to be missing:
/Applications/ % idParametric method
theblueeyeswhitedragon on 4 Feb 2019
How do i fix this problem? Is there a way to add the .m file to this folder?
madhan ravi
madhan ravi on 4 Feb 2019
The best option is to contact mathworks support team by clicking the Contact Us button on the top right corner if this page. And finally post the solution (the reason) provided by them as an answer and accept it so it might be helpful for others.

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Hiroumi Mita
Hiroumi Mita on 4 Feb 2019
Do you have any MATLAB workspace variables pre-defined and the name is such as,'tf' ,'sterpplot', or ' DynamicSystem'?
Needless to say, double defined same name of pre-defined functions and workspace variable is prohibited.
The reason is priority of workscape name and functionname depends on the prioirty of MATLAB path.
If you have 'tf' where is in MATLAB workspace variable , this is the highest priority.
Second, if you have 'tf' function or other famous name's function you personally programed in current directory which name is same as functions as provided by toolboxes , the function located in current directory has higher priority than Toolboxes.
Please check above.
In my environment , your scriput runs normally.

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madhan ravi
madhan ravi on 4 Feb 2019
It would have been crystal clear when typing
which ... -all
as the OP has posted the results of it , neither it is a variable or a custom made function/script. Possible reason could be that the OP has made some changes in the default script file.

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