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How to obtain regression polynomial equation with more than 2 independent variables with degree 5.

OK, the fitting is easy, the plotting less so. Since you didn't give us too many hints, not did you give us any data to work wit...

How to obtain regression polynomial equation with more than 2 independent variables with degree 5.

OK, the fitting is easy, the plotting less so. Since you didn't give us too many hints, not did you give us any data to work wit...

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Text keeps going behind topographic map

Your mountains are covering the text (as they should). So you need to write your text above the highest peak, so that it is seen...

Text keeps going behind topographic map

Your mountains are covering the text (as they should). So you need to write your text above the highest peak, so that it is seen...

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function to produce line graph

I would strongly suggest you don't try a polynomial fit here. From the context (which you neglected to tell us), I suspect that ...

function to produce line graph

I would strongly suggest you don't try a polynomial fit here. From the context (which you neglected to tell us), I suspect that ...

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creating a transfer function from a determinant

How about: [num,den] = numden(G_vel) G_vel_tf = tf(sym2poly(num), sym2poly(den))

creating a transfer function from a determinant

How about: [num,den] = numden(G_vel) G_vel_tf = tf(sym2poly(num), sym2poly(den))

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Problem Calculating Nonlinear Indefinite Integral

Since you neglected to tell us values for a and b, I'll just set them to a=2 and b=1. You have also two definitions for g(x), so...

Problem Calculating Nonlinear Indefinite Integral

Since you neglected to tell us values for a and b, I'll just set them to a=2 and b=1. You have also two definitions for g(x), so...

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Plot electric potential distribution

Well I kind of get what you want, but you do seem to have a singularity at the origin when r=0. p = 1; sig = 1; % constants th...

Plot electric potential distribution

Well I kind of get what you want, but you do seem to have a singularity at the origin when r=0. p = 1; sig = 1; % constants th...

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fitting scatter data into multiple cosine functions

Yes, but it is always tricky to fit such sinusoids without good starting estimates. I'm going to use lsqcurvefit from the optimi...

fitting scatter data into multiple cosine functions

Yes, but it is always tricky to fit such sinusoids without good starting estimates. I'm going to use lsqcurvefit from the optimi...

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Is the Moving Variance block in Simulink vectorised?

I'm using the Moving Variance block in Simulink and it seems to be giving unexplained results for vectorised (muxed) inputs. My ...

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2D Convolution - Sobel Filter. What is wrong?

Here's my (old) code for a sobel filter: img = imread('Davis_Hall.jpg'); % 'Davis_Hall.jpg':color image X =double(rgb2gray(i...

2D Convolution - Sobel Filter. What is wrong?

Here's my (old) code for a sobel filter: img = imread('Davis_Hall.jpg'); % 'Davis_Hall.jpg':color image X =double(rgb2gray(i...

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Related to Matlab Step Comment

You are possibly confusing the closed loop response with the open loop. The closed loop gain is 1/4, so the error is 1-1/4 = 3/4...

Related to Matlab Step Comment

You are possibly confusing the closed loop response with the open loop. The closed loop gain is 1/4, so the error is 1-1/4 = 3/4...

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how to solve matrix differential equation

Here's my attempt: M = [ 97227/21875, 0, 82269/109375, 0, 67311/43750, 0, -97227/218750, 0; ... 0, 97227/21875, 0, 822...

how to solve matrix differential equation

Here's my attempt: M = [ 97227/21875, 0, 82269/109375, 0, 67311/43750, 0, -97227/218750, 0; ... 0, 97227/21875, 0, 822...

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From Fir2 output to transfer function

tr_fun should be a discrete transfer function, (not continuous) say tr_fun=tf(BF,1,1); % Generate a DISCRETE Transfer Function...

From Fir2 output to transfer function

tr_fun should be a discrete transfer function, (not continuous) say tr_fun=tf(BF,1,1); % Generate a DISCRETE Transfer Function...

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How to identify corners of data plotted to estimate data between corners

How about using interp1 with the 'pchip' option? You did speculate the interpolation is overly complex, but then again it is onl...

How to identify corners of data plotted to estimate data between corners

How about using interp1 with the 'pchip' option? You did speculate the interpolation is overly complex, but then again it is onl...

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How I can find co ordinates of intersection of two curves ?

Oh, looks like this is a common question: See (from 2016)https://au.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/318475-how-to-find-the-i...

How I can find co ordinates of intersection of two curves ?

Oh, looks like this is a common question: See (from 2016)https://au.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/318475-how-to-find-the-i...

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Iterative Method of solving multiple variables without using the curvefit tool

Here's my attempt at fitting uusing lsqcurvefit from the optimisation toolbox. First I generate some synthetic data to subsequ...

Iterative Method of solving multiple variables without using the curvefit tool

Here's my attempt at fitting uusing lsqcurvefit from the optimisation toolbox. First I generate some synthetic data to subsequ...

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how can i calculate the angle of each gradient and x axis?

You could always differentiate to get the slope and then take the arc-tan. syms x real s = 1/(1 + exp(-2*(x-4))) dsdx = dif...

how can i calculate the angle of each gradient and x axis?

You could always differentiate to get the slope and then take the arc-tan. syms x real s = 1/(1 + exp(-2*(x-4))) dsdx = dif...

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Extracting the daily time series from a text file to a single column

A quick hack is: fname = 'D59.txt' Flow = []; fid=fopen(fname); Yr = 2012; R = []; while 1 tline = fgetl(fi...

Extracting the daily time series from a text file to a single column

A quick hack is: fname = 'D59.txt' Flow = []; fid=fopen(fname); Yr = 2012; R = []; while 1 tline = fgetl(fi...

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How to Rearrange data?

Try something like the following: First read in the data file (which I've called numData.txt). I've used your test data above. ...

How to Rearrange data?

Try something like the following: First read in the data file (which I've called numData.txt). I've used your test data above. ...

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(Food for Thought) Peak Detection on ECG signal

OK, here's my (ugly) solution (withou using findpeaks). I've re-named your data set, and did some pre-processig. load ecg y =...

(Food for Thought) Peak Detection on ECG signal

OK, here's my (ugly) solution (withou using findpeaks). I've re-named your data set, and did some pre-processig. load ecg y =...

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Simulating a FIR filter

Use the filter command. In this case your denominator, (A), coefficients are just 1. x = [ 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 ]' % input b = [...

Simulating a FIR filter

Use the filter command. In this case your denominator, (A), coefficients are just 1. x = [ 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 ]' % input b = [...

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Obtain input knowing output and transfer function

Since you have a simple transfer function, here's what I would do. (1) First generate some data that we will subsequently try ...

Obtain input knowing output and transfer function

Since you have a simple transfer function, here's what I would do. (1) First generate some data that we will subsequently try ...

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curve fitting of non linear data for strain-time of creep experiment

Here's my attempt: load data1 t = time; e = strain; plot(t,e) %% Now try curve fit creep = @(p, t) p(1)*(1-exp(-p...

curve fitting of non linear data for strain-time of creep experiment

Here's my attempt: load data1 t = time; e = strain; plot(t,e) %% Now try curve fit creep = @(p, t) p(1)*(1-exp(-p...

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Trouble with time delay differential equation

I've only made one small change to your function. You have tried to index a non-integer number back, but the "Z" variable holds ...

Trouble with time delay differential equation

I've only made one small change to your function. You have tried to index a non-integer number back, but the "Z" variable holds ...

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How can I simultaneously solve for these equations?

If you have the symbolic toolbox, a straight forward approach works, although it takes some time ... % ODE propblem syms B...

How can I simultaneously solve for these equations?

If you have the symbolic toolbox, a straight forward approach works, although it takes some time ... % ODE propblem syms B...

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Error when using ode15

It is good practice to try and avoid globals, but rather pass them as auxilary variables into the function. Fao = 1487.351; % ...

Error when using ode15

It is good practice to try and avoid globals, but rather pass them as auxilary variables into the function. Fao = 1487.351; % ...

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Plotting Step Response of a Differential Equation

You are close to a viable solution. Solve for an analytical solution, then make it a Matlab (anonymous) function with matlabFunc...

Plotting Step Response of a Differential Equation

You are close to a viable solution. Solve for an analytical solution, then make it a Matlab (anonymous) function with matlabFunc...

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Runge-Kutta 4th order method

First up, you will need a much smaller step size to get an accurate solution using this explicit RK4 (with no error control). I ...

Runge-Kutta 4th order method

First up, you will need a much smaller step size to get an accurate solution using this explicit RK4 (with no error control). I ...

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How to draw Fig. 1 from the attached pdf with this code

I didn't bother draw the other 3 lines, but you just ned to make the necessary changes to gamma for that. If you run somethi...

How to draw Fig. 1 from the attached pdf with this code

I didn't bother draw the other 3 lines, but you just ned to make the necessary changes to gamma for that. If you run somethi...

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fsurf not drawing cant explain

Do you really need to use the symbolic toolbox? Why not just plot a numerical surface? But you are right, your numbers are widel...

fsurf not drawing cant explain

Do you really need to use the symbolic toolbox? Why not just plot a numerical surface? But you are right, your numbers are widel...

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Fitting Monod Equation with ODE45 to data using lsqcurvefit function

Here's my solution. First set up the measured data, plot it, and look to see that it is all OK. t = [0 3 5 8 9.5 11.5 14 16 ...

Fitting Monod Equation with ODE45 to data using lsqcurvefit function

Here's my solution. First set up the measured data, plot it, and look to see that it is all OK. t = [0 3 5 8 9.5 11.5 14 16 ...

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