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Use MapThread[] MapThread[Around[#1,#2]&,{v,err}] Regards.
In addition to Rohit's suggestion, SemanticImport will import the data as a dataset: ds = SemanticImport["~/Downloads/sample_file.csv"] ds[ListPlot, {"t", "v"}]
You forgot to attache the Units.nb file. However, doesn't what I last posted solve your problem for both integration and Solve? Regards, Neil
Andras, If you want that then I would use two events -- one turns off the valve and the other turns it on. You get the Plot you want. sol = NDSolve[ { odesys, WhenEvent[ 2000. 0. , "LocationMethod" ->...
Thomas, Use OutputResponse[]. Regards, Neil
Change your model as follows: ![enter image description here][1] Then add two lines to the beginning of your .xlsx file: \#1 double currentdata(151,2) See the attached files. You can also enter the 151 value as a formula by having...
Randomchoice can repeat selected values (equivalent to selecting a ball and the returning it to the drum for selecting the next number). Lotteries don’t do that. (A number is used only once). RandomSample does not allow repeats.
I just had a moment to look at the examples. A good place to start is the example [Bend-it-like-Beckham][1]. It shows an animated model of a soccer ball. It includes drag and magnus forces but you can zero these out. There is also the model [golf...
Mor, In my experience, the brake is a good way to model collisions or systems that suddenly change. Caveat: I did not spend any time studying the problem or looking at any literature so this may be half-baked! I would model the blade...
Mathematica uses radians as the input and Matlab uses a “Normalized” sinc function. Matlab has a unitless input and multiplies it by Pi to get radians. Matlab definition is Sin(pi*x)/(pi*x). Regards, Neil