How to detect rotation in a trajectory?

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I have to write an algorithm to detect rotation in the trajectory. Basically, I have to detect the red zone in the trajectory. Currently I have the time and coordinate data.
How do I approach it?

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Star Strider
Star Strider on 1 May 2022
I would use the gradient function to calculate the numerical derivative.
For example:
dydx = gradient(y) ./ gradient(x);
Plot that as a function of ‘x’ as well, and it may provide some clues on how to define that region of the curve.

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Sulaymon Eshkabilov
Sulaymon Eshkabilov on 1 May 2022
One way of detecting the region of values is using logical indexing, e.g.:
t = ...
x = ...
y = ...
% Way 1
Ind = t>=0 & t<=5; % Select the region according to the time data
Xs = x(Ind);
Ys = y(Ind);
% Way 2
Ind = x>=0 & x<=5; % Select the region according to x data
Xs = x(Ind);
Ys = y(Ind);


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