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Re: Problem of polyfit
From: |
Henry F. Mollet |
Subject: |
Re: Problem of polyfit |
Date: |
Fri, 07 Oct 2005 08:47:13 -0700 |
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Microsoft-Entourage/11.1.0.040913 |
Output S of polyfit is a structure with 5 elements. 'S.fy' is what I should
have used instead of copy/paste from the output on the screen. I have set
silent_functions = 0, therefore both P and S were in the workspace.
Henry
on 10/6/05 7:55 PM, Henry F. Mollet at address@hidden wrote:
> I believe my problem was/is as follows:
> [P, S] = polyfit (x, y, 1)
> does not give me yf in the workspace unless I amend polyfit.m.
> Therefore I copied the result from the screen and I used yf = [paste]. I
> lost precision in this step. The rest was done line by line and yhat was in
> the workspace with high precision despite using default format.
>
> So my question is how can I get yf (of polyfit) into my workspace without
> changing polyfit.m and without going to format long.
> Henry
>
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> on 10/6/05 6:55 PM, Miroslaw Kwasniak at address@hidden wrote:
>
>> On Thu, Oct 06, 2005 at 06:44:20PM -0700, Henry F. Mollet wrote:
>>> [~] -bash-2.05b 501$ octave
>>> GNU Octave, version 2.1.71 (powerpc-apple-darwin8.1.0).
>>> This time around I was starting out with format long instead of default
>>> format. I did not know that this was required to get higher precision.
>>
>> It sounds horrible , none of my versions of octave has such behaviour !
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- Re: Problem of polyfit, (continued)
- Re: Problem of polyfit, Henry F. Mollet, 2005/10/06
- Re: Problem of polyfit, Miroslaw Kwasniak, 2005/10/06
- Re: Problem of polyfit, Henry F. Mollet, 2005/10/06
- Re: Problem of polyfit, Miroslaw Kwasniak, 2005/10/06
- Re: Problem of polyfit, John W. Eaton, 2005/10/06
- Re: Problem of polyfit, Henry F. Mollet, 2005/10/06
- Re: Problem of polyfit, Miroslaw Kwasniak, 2005/10/07
- Re: Problem of polyfit,
Henry F. Mollet <=
- Re: Problem of polyfit, Tom Holroyd, 2005/10/06