Feb 19, · I am looking for a function in matlab which determines the inverse (f-1) of a function (f). For example: f (x) = 3x + log (6x +1). I can identify two points f (0) and f (1), but how I can deduce f-1 (1) and f-1 (7) in matlab for example. Thank you very much. ANDRIA. Sep 29, · What does y(:1) mean? (Matlab) From MurrayWiki. Jump to: navigation, search. If you define a bidimensional array y, and you want to access all its elements on the first column: y(:1) will do it. If you want to access to all the elements of the fift row: y(5:) is the syntax you have to use. The colon means: take all the elements along the. x(1) = 0 and y(1) = 0 is very similar to initializing a list / array in Python where x and y are the list variables and the first position is 1. MATLAB starts indexing at 1, and not 0 like in Java and Python. The similar syntax in Java or Python is: x = 0; y = 0. MATLAB uses round braces to index into an array / .
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