Thanks for the update. I figured it might not be possible, but wanted to check if there was some hope. It is, indeed, frustrating (official MATLAB people take note).
Alan_Weiss <email@example.com> wrote in message <firstname.lastname@example.org>... > On 11/20/2012 12:21 PM, Cory wrote: > > Hi MATLABers, > > > > I'm running fsolve on a big problem with mixed results. After a week > > or so of computation, I'd like to interrupt the code and just report > > whatever results I have so far. However, I'm not sure how to stop > > fsolve while maintaining access to the last point tried (e.g. by using > > Ctrl+C). Is there a way to do this? > > > > Thanks, > > Cory > > I am very sorry to say that I know of no way to do this. I know, it is > frustrating. > > Next time, you can prepare for this before you call fsolve: > * Have an output function checkpoint your intermediate results to a > file, or to the workspace > * Use a plot function to show some results, such as the current point > (@optimplotx) > > Good luck, > > Alan Weiss > MATLAB mathematical toolbox documentation