Extract data using ginput and fit with a formula of your choice

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C A 2021 年 6 月 15 日
コメント済み: JJ Lamb 2021 年 6 月 16 日
I am choosing two end points using ginput [x,y] = ginput(2) and then I need to separate my data set which lies between the two end points. The separated data set must be fitted into the following formula.
y(1),x(1),y(2) are the values taken from ginput. T is a parameter that I need to determine.
How can be done?
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Mathieu NOE
Mathieu NOE 2021 年 6 月 16 日
maybe if you share the code and data I can work on it



JJ Lamb
JJ Lamb 2021 年 6 月 16 日
I'm going to say that the input data for the graph is in a 2 column vector called "myData"
[x,y] = ginput(2);
% assuming you need points based on where you clicked on the x axis
xData = myData(x(1):x(2),1);
yData = myData(x(1):x(2),2);
myFun = @(T,x) y(1)*exp(-(x-x(1))/T)+y(2); % copied your function
TT = lsqcurvefit(myFun,1,xData,yData); % TT is the result of the curvefit
% the second input 1 is just an initial guess.
% might need to adjust it to a more reasonable starting point for your data
% Plot your results
plot(xData,yData,'rx'); % original data
hold on
xx = min(xData):max(xData)-min(xData)/100:max(xData); % dummy variable for plotting
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JJ Lamb
JJ Lamb 2021 年 6 月 16 日
I assumed that the y data was in the second column. Column 1 is x data, column 2 is y data. You may have them in separate variables already, in that case you would just need:
xData = oldX(x(1):x(2));
yData = oldY(x(1):x(2));


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