Cumulative Integration of Data (cumulative_integral)
Updated 27 Aug 2021
Cumulative integration of data (i.e. arrays) over the domain of the data.
CI = cumulative_integral(x,y)
CI = cumulative_integral(x,y) returns the cumulative integral of a set of data, vs. (which are stored in
x), over the domain of the data.
CI stores the cumulative integral of
x at every point in
- This function is intended as a simple demonstration of cumulative integration.
cumulative_integralis essentially equivalent to
cumtrapzfor the univariate case, but unlike
cumtrapz, it cannot be used to numerically integrate multivariate functions.
- See "EXAMPLES.mlx" or the "Examples" tab on the File Exchange page for examples.
- See "Basic_Numerical_Calculus.pdf" (also included with download) for the technical documentation.
Tamas Kis (2022). Cumulative Integration of Data (cumulative_integral) (https://github.com/tamaskis/cumulative_integral-MATLAB/releases/tag/v1.0.4), GitHub. Retrieved .
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