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Ok, I've been fighting this for way too long, and I've posed a similar question to this months ago, but I still do not get the values I so desparately need.

How do I use polyfit to get the 'b' value in the output from fit(X,Y,'exp1')?

I've taken the natural log of every combination of value, used polyval in various ways, and still get nothing within 5 orders of magnitude to what I need. I've read many different answers to this same question in the community, so if you post a link to one, I've probably seen it.

This would be moot if I could use fit with a GPU.

Walter Roberson
on 13 Mar 2019

If i and j are both scalars, then you only need one squeeze() there instead of 2. You could also use

SS = reshape(SSS(i,j,:), [], 1);

Matt J
on 13 Mar 2019

Edited: Matt J
on 13 Mar 2019

For example,

a=1;

b=2;

x=gpuArray.linspace(0,2,100);

y=a*exp(b*x);

p=polyfit(x,log(y),1);

b_fit=p(1),

produces the desired value,

b_fit =

2

Walter Roberson
on 13 Mar 2019

polyfit runs on GPU.

If you are requiring 1.5 hours to do the fit() or polyfit then I would worry you would exceed the memory capacity of your GPU.

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