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Stelios Fanourakis
Stelios Fanourakis on 22 Apr 2019
Commented: Walter Roberson on 24 Apr 2019
I have used exactly the same code for Sheet 5 and different column names and I get numerical values but when I use it at Sheet 6 and slightly adjacent columns but the same number of rows I get NaN.
Any idea why this happens?
x1 = readtable('ValidationTest.xls', 'Sheet',6, 'Range','N2:N385 ');
y1 = readtable('ValidationTest.xls', 'Sheet',6, 'Range','A2:A385 ');
x2 = readtable('ValidationTest.xls', 'Sheet',6, 'Range','O2:O868');
y2 = readtable('ValidationTest.xls', 'Sheet',6, 'Range','B2:B868');
P1 = polyfit(x1{:,:}, y1{:,:}, 6 )
P2 = polyfit(x2{:,:}, y2{:,:}, 6)
allX = unique([x1{:,:}; x2{:,:}]);
Pd = polyval(P1, allX) - polyval(P2, allX)
P11 = polyval(P1, allX)
P22 = polyval(P2, allX)
hold on
plot(allX, Pd, 'b')
plot(allX, P11, 'g')
plot(allX, P22, 'r')
Stelios Fanourakis
Stelios Fanourakis on 24 Apr 2019
Edited: Stelios Fanourakis on 24 Apr 2019
The graph is correct. It should be like this more or less. By luck, I sent you one dataset with a constant value. Not all sheets are the same. It’s just happened for the particular one. Most of the datasets are curves.
Hopefully, I need to ask as many questions as I need in order to get the right answer. Hope it won’t bother.
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 24 Apr 2019
That code is not set up to read the VTest.xlsx file you provided.
The earlier code was set up to read it (once the file name was changed), but it did not take into account that two of the columns were shorter than the others.

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