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Question about printing ode45 results

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Hello everyone. I have recieved a code in which an expression is called as [t, x]=ode45(@(t,x) example(t,x),tspan,x0); inside of it I have three vectors called u1d, u2d and u3d. I also have
u(1)=interp1(time,u1d,t,'linear');
u(2)=interp1(time,u2d,t,'linear');
u(3)=interp1(time,u3d,t,'linear');
I want to compare u(1) with u1d, u(2) with u2d and u(2) with u3d to see how good the interpolation is. The problem is that if I write
figure
plot(u1d)
inside of example, infinite figures appear.
Can someone please explain to me if it is possible to plot the points of u1d and compare them with the interpolated ones at u(1)?
I have tried to construct
u(1)=interp1(time,u1d,t,'linear');
u(2)=interp1(time,u2d,t,'linear');
u(3)=interp1(time,u3d,t,'linear');
outside of the ode45 function but error messages appear.
Thanks for reading.
Jaime.

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Daniel M
Daniel M on 12 Nov 2019
You have the vectors time, and u1d (etc) outside of the ode45 call. And you also have the output t from the ode45 call. So, why can't you run an interpolation and compare the two?
Jaime De La Mota Sanchis
Jaime De La Mota Sanchis on 12 Nov 2019
I have tried it your way and it works. Thanks.
Daniel M
Daniel M on 12 Nov 2019
I will move it to an Answer then.

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Daniel M
Daniel M on 12 Nov 2019
You have the vectors time, and u1d (etc) outside of the ode45 call. And you also have the output t from the ode45 call. So,you can run an interpolation after calling ode45 (not inside).

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