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Topic: Fitting using an equation that contains an integration part??
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Amr Sadek

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Fitting using an equation that contains an integration part??
Posted: Jan 24, 2011 8:12 PM
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Hello:
I'm using a nonlinear function to fit the experimental data. But the custom function contains an integration part.
The function for example is;
I(T)=A.*quad(exp(A/T)).
T->Independent Variable, I->Response Variable, and A is a fitting parameter.

How can I write this code in the GUI m file????



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