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## Re: fit [y1,y2]=f(x) to data

**From**: |
Martijn Brouwer |

**Subject**: |
Re: fit [y1,y2]=f(x) to data |

**Date**: |
Tue, 17 Jun 2003 02:43:08 -0500 |

On Mon, 16 Jun 2003 11:45:44 -0400 (EDT)
Przemek Klosowski <address@hidden> wrote:
>* well, you could fit x and y=y1, and then x and y=y2, but I suspect*
>* that you are trying to do a simultaeous fit of two functions, giving*
>* y1 and y2.*
This is not what I want.
>* How about x=[x,x] y=[y1,y2]?*
When both x and y are Nx2 matrices it still does not work. Making both an 2Nx1
matrix did the trick but I think this is not a very elegant solution.
Anyway, thanks for the solution, and for the nice program!
Martijn
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**fit [y1,y2]=f(x) to data**, *Martijn Brouwer*, `2003/06/16`
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**Re: fit [y1,y2]=f(x) to data**,
*Martijn Brouwer* **<=**