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Re: interp1 - bug

From: Roberto Abuter
Subject: Re: interp1 - bug
Date: Sat, 12 Sep 2009 13:41:37 +0200
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I am sorry for the double posting, I am very new to this list.
Indeed, X is not monotonically increasing and I now see in the Octave function description that X has to be monotonic.
Sorry for missing that !
I guess it is just a difference in behavior between Matlab and Octave.
one can always reshuffle (X,Y) in such a way X becames monotonic.

many thanks again,
Roberto AButer

John W. Eaton wrote:

On 12-Sep-2009, Roberto Abuter wrote:

|    I am using the most basic form of interp1 in both matlab and octave.
| To my surprise interp1 in octave (3.0.2) is producing some very | strange results on my data. | | I have a set of two vectors X, Y where X has a sawtooth shape (4 | repetitions) and Y has 4 repetitions of an increasing/decreasing | amplitude sine wave.
|    to start very simple I just check the interp1 engine by making :
| | XI = X;
|    YI = interp1(X,Y,XI)
| | | to my surprise, the result YI comes out not identical to Y . | | well, if I try to interp1 with XI as my target grid ( a regular one | ) I get absolutely wierd results. | | hope someone can give me a hint.

Is X monotonically increasing (or decreasing)?  From your description
it sounds like it is not.

If you think you've found a bug, then please include enough
information so that someone can reproduce precisely what you are
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In any case, there is no need to cross post to both the bug and help


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