neat! i'd never used time series before
I use timeseries all the time but don't usually use objects. Obviously using object oriented commands is much faster than more manual methods.
I created this problem. I think it should be in Indexing I.
Undefined function 'fit' for input arguments of type 'double'. ??? What does it mean and how can i overcome it?
'fit' is not a function in basic MATLAB. You might try 'polyfit'.
I need to do piecewise interpolation.For this,as per my knowledge fit function is best. polyfit function doesn't perform piecewise interpolation. Anyway Thanks.
Argh!!! Those last two nodes are the hardest! Where are hey?
Oh Alfonso! What is your secret?!!
This is flawed - but matches a previous '47'.
What happens if there is more than a single mismatched leading/trailing value? Say, using: t2 = [3 5 7 11 13 17]; in the third test?
What happens if there is more than a single mismatched leading/trailing value?
t2 = [3 5 7 11 13 17];
in the third test?
mea culpa, mea máxima culpa.
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