The Issue: I am currently trying to fit 2 parameters to a set of data, but am struggling to set up the code. I will show the code here and explain issues below.
Code: ( I can paste a text version)
My end goal is to fit the equation 'int' to a set of data 'data4' in order to fit values for k1 and k2. In equation int, ExpGrowth is a constant and rate is an equation that depends on functions a[t] and b[t], which I am trying to solve using a system of equations.I do not understand how to fit int to data4 since int depends on the functions a[t] and b[t], which can only be solved with k1 and k2 entered using NDSolve, which then makes fitting impossible. I can use ParametricNDSolveValue to extract estimates for k1 and k2 from data4, but the fit coming from ParametricNDSolveValue is not for int and a[t] and b[t] are no longer solved in the way that NDSolve was, so fitting is again impossible. I tried entering int into the system of equations along with int=ExpGrowth as the boundary conditions, but this threw errors. I am not sure which of (Parametric)NDSolve(Value) commands I should be using to fit int, so any help with setting this up would be great.
Thanks in advance for anyone who is able to help. I can give more information if needed.
I searched community.wolfram.com and didn't find a question or answer like what you are looking for.
But I did a broader search and think I might have found something that may help you.
Look at the first answer to this question
FindFit error when fitting a parametric function to data
You can scrape and paste the code from that into your notebook and should be able to verify, as I just did, that that code still works. It is fitting three parameters in two DE to some data points.
If you are very careful and you translate your problem into exactly the same form then I think this might give you the solution that you are looking for and you can get your work done.
Thanks for the comment. This was able to get me to a point where I could actually fit the data and from there I was able to fine-tune the rest and get what I needed.
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