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Re: Using otpiminterp in octave

From: Zilore Mumba
Subject: Re: Using otpiminterp in octave
Date: Tue, 7 Oct 2014 14:09:26 +0200

The data I used is as in the attached file

Just to be sure I read in the data as per lines below:

% load the data file data="" % the 1st and 2nd column represent the location x = data(:,1); y = data(:,2); % the 3rd column represents the observations to interpolate obs = data(:,3);

The output I get has no similarity with the input. Am not sure if am printing the error field.

On Mon, Oct 6, 2014 at 11:21 PM, Doug Stewart <address@hidden> wrote:

On Mon, Oct 6, 2014 at 1:01 PM, Zilore Mumba <address@hidden> wrote:
I have just installed octave on ubuntu. Trying the example "example_optiminterp_data.m" with my own data, I get very strange values (very small values) see extract of output below

# Created by Octave 3.8.1, Mon Oct 06 17:02:39 2014 CAT <address@hidden>
# name: fi
# type: matrix
# rows: 41
# columns: 41
 -6.046732358407388e-147 -2.165934319425287e-147 -7.689701072432262e-148 -2.705909551864099e-148 -9.437495202085344e-149 -3.262419987996825e-149 -1.117796281402676e-149 -3.795990593671885e-150 -1.277695255495584e-150 -4.262546577144117e-151

Here is the line I added for the output
save mydata.txt fi;

suspect am not printing the correct results.
I apologise for this very basic question
Help will be appreciated
Zilore Mumba

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What data.txt file did you use????

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