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Topic: lsqnonlin.m not found
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Alan Weiss

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Re: lsqnonlin.m not found
Posted: Aug 20, 2013 11:30 AM
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On 8/20/2013 10:20 AM, Gerry wrote:
> From reading the posts, there seems to be an issue with the fact that
> lsqnonlin.m does not install in 2012a. I have the student version. It
> should be in the Optimisation Toolbox. Check my system for the file
> and the used the which command in Matlab to determine whereabouts.
> Nowhere to be found. This is most frustrating to say the least if it
> is the case that Matlab files are missing from an installation.
> I reckon there may also be an issue with fmincon as well on 2012a -
> not running on my system yet runs perfectly with the same code on
> another university system (cost me a good number of days trying to
> solve issue with the fmincon command issue (which I just left in the
> end) and it may turn out to be an installation problem).
>
> Am I correct there is an issue with the installation of 2012a wrt to
> lsqnonlin.m and maybe the Optimisation Toolbox in general? Grateful if
> anyone could get me heads-up on this.
>
> Thank you,
> Gerry
>


It seems to me that you need to reinstall MATLAB to ensure that you have
Optimization Toolbox.

Alan Weiss
MATLAB mathematical toolbox documentation


Date Subject Author
8/20/13
Read lsqnonlin.m not found
Gerry
8/20/13
Read Re: lsqnonlin.m not found
Alan Weiss

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