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Fitting Exponential Curve to Data in Matlab

Chrisr.21Chrisr.21 Posts: 1Member
I have a data set I want to fit an exponential curve to in the form of Ae^(-bx) -- how do I do it?

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  • andywoodsandywoods Posts: 3Member
    : I have a data set I want to fit an exponential curve to in the form of Ae^(-bx) -- how do I do it?
    :
    Hey Mate Just looked through my big book of matlab which gives basically all the functions. I can't seem to find a way to do an exponential fit. However there is "polyfit" which will fit a polynomial best fit to data.
    I Hope this helps.

    Andy
  • LCAELCAE Posts: 1Member
    : : I have a data set I want to fit an exponential curve to in the form of Ae^(-bx) -- how do I do it?
    : :
    : Hey Mate Just looked through my big book of matlab which gives
    : basically all the functions. I can't seem to find a way to do an
    : exponential fit. However there is "polyfit" which will fit a
    : polynomial best fit to data.
    : I Hope this helps.
    :
    : Andy
    :

    A solution can be found at http://www.matlabprogramming.com/products.htm
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