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Re: How can I show the result of the fitting in text box?
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Feb 14, 2013 3:55 AM


dpb <none@non.net> wrote in message <kfgn2p$u4q$1@speranza.aioe.org>... > On 2/13/2013 8:42 AM, Amr Sadek wrote: > > I have a GUI that fits some data with custom equations. I want to show > > the result of the fitting process (the equation, the Coefficients and > > the goodness of the fitting) on a text box in the GUI instead of the > > MATLAB command window. > > Thanks... > > How are you obtaining the coefficients, etc., ...? > > Instead of letting that output go to the command window, save it to > appropriate variables and then use sprintf() and/or friends to format as > desired as input to the text box. > >  This is the main problem. I can't save it to variables. Here is an example;  FIT2GOK = General model: FIT2GOK(T) = (no).*S.*exp(E./(K.*T)).* (1+(b1).*(S/R).*(((K.*T.^2./(E+ (2.*K.*T)))).*exp(E./(K.*T)))((K.*Ti.^2./(E+(2.*K.*Ti) ))).*exp(E./(K.*Ti))).^(b./(b1)) Coefficients (with 95% confidence bounds): E = 1.71 (1.707, 1.713) S = 2.573e+13 (2.435e+13, 2.712e+13) b = 1.261 (1.222, 1.299) no = 579 (567.8, 590.2) Problem parameters: R = 3 Ti = 374 K = 8.617e05  The variable name is "FIT2GOK". I can't send this variable directly to the text box because of this error:  Error using set error: mxArray must be double, char, or cell 



