On 3/19/2013 10:16 PM, Jonathan W Smith wrote: > dpb <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message <email@example.com>... >> On 3/19/2013 5:44 PM, Jonathan W Smith wrote: >> ... >> >> > >> > Another way to look at it is the following if >> > >> > A(1,2,:) = [900, 800, 700, 600, 500] and B(1,2,:) = [823, 689, 558] , >> > how do I find the elements given in B in A? >> > >> ... >> >> Maybe so, but I don't see it, however I look. "The elements given in B >> in A" aren't... >> >> What result do you want and show how you get it from the above... > > I want to show an array C Where C(1,2,:) = [900, 823, 800, 700, 689, > 600, 558, 500]. Would this be an interpolation> If I were to plot this, > I would want to see values spaced out exponentially from each other.
That's simply concatenating the two and sorting...
How they would be plotted would depend on the independent variable values you chose to plot them against. If they're given for both A and B, one would presume the same ordering would hold for them as well.