creating squares of images using imagesc.
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Commented: JACINTA ONWUKA on 15 Aug 2019
The idea is to produce 2D image but is not working. I want each square to correspond to different values of rho(1x101) and beta(1x101) for JCpBest(101x101). please help me
% general parameters; will be fixed for all runs
% we will be changing P and epsilon to generate grous of graphs
% individual policy plots will be generated by a double loop
% over beta and rho
for j = 1:numel(Myrho)
for ii = 1:numel(Mybeta)
% the inner loop will be over Mycp, to find its 'best' value which
% minimmises the loss; here this value is fixed to see what happens
% create an index vector
Mycp = 0:10:100;
n = zeros(numel(Mycp),1 );
n2 = zeros(numel(Mycp),1 );
n3 = zeros(numel(Mycp),1 );
Jcp = zeros(numel(Mycp),1 );
for i = 1:numel(Mycp )
delta = 1-MycpCurrent/100 ;
tau = (1/(beta*(L+delta*p)))*log((L*(I1+delta*p))/(delta*p*(L-I1 )));
t05 =(1/(beta*(L+delta*p)))*log((L*(0.05*L+delta*p))/(delta*p*(L-0.05*L )));
I2= @(t)(L*delta*p*(exp (beta*(L+delta*p)*t)-1)) ./ (L + delta*p* exp(beta*(L+delta*p)*t ));
fun = @(t,MycpCurrent) MycpCurrent*L*exp(-r*t);
n(i) = integral(@(t)fun(t,MycpCurrent),0,100, 'ArrayValued',1);
xlabel('Secondary disease transmission rate \beta ');
Walter Roberson on 15 Aug 2019
You have invoked the form
imagesc(x, y, C)
where x and y give information about where the image is to be placed on the screen, and C is the image to be drawn.
Your Mybeta is Mybeta=0:0.003:0.3 . When used in the first argument, that would be treated the same as if you had passed in [0 0.3] in the first argument.
Your Myrho is Myrho=0:60:6000 . When used in the second argument, that would be treated the same as if you had passed in [0 6000] in the second argument.
These two parameters together mean that the center of the lower left pixel is to be placed at data units x=0 y=0, and that the center of the upper right pixel is to be placed at data units x=0.3 y=6000
Your JCpBest is JCpBest=zeros(numel(Myrho),1) which is a column vector.
You are therefore asking that the one column of data be drawn from data units x=0 to x=0.3, and y=0 to y=6000 . The result of that is going to be a vertical band, not a 2D image.
None of the three parameters you pass to imagesc() are 2D, so it is not just a matter of having accidentally used the wrong order of parameters.
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