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How to interpolate a set of data wher the X size is different for the Y size

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Hello,
I have a set of data X (size=2001,1) and Y (size=3,1). The Z matrix size is (2001,3). X and Y have uniform increments by the X size is not the same as the size of Y.
Can I use meshgrid or interp2? I tried but I got errors
for meshgrid
Error using griddata
The lengths of X and Y must match the size of Z.
for interp2
Error using griddedInterpolant
Sample points vector corresponding to grid dimension 1 must contain 3 elements.
Error in interp2>makegriddedinterp (line 226)
F = griddedInterpolant(varargin{:});
Error in interp2 (line 126)
F = makegriddedinterp({X, Y}, V, method,extrap);
Error in read_mydata (line 41)
Vq = interp2(theta,phi,co_amp_db,10,22);
Error in read_mydata (line 40)
vq = griddata(theta,phi,co_amp_db,10,22)
=======================================
Here is my code
xlx=input_data_file;
sheetname='MAIN';
addpath(pathToOptimizer)
nrow=2002;
ncol=13;
rangero=[1,1,nrow,ncol];
sheetname='Test';
[NUM,TXT,RAW]=readmycells(xlx,rangero,sheetname);
phi=NUM(1,3:4:ncol)';
theta=NUM(2:nrow,1);
nnp=size(phi);
nnt=size(theta);
np=nnp(2);
nt=nnt(1);
co_amp_db=NUM(2:nrow,2:4:ncol);
co_phase_db=NUM(2:nrow,3:4:ncol);
cx_amp_db=NUM(2:nrow,4:4:ncol);
cx_phase_db=NUM(2:nrow,5:4:ncol);
vq = griddata(theta,phi,co_amp_db,10,22);
Vq = interp2(theta,phi,co_amp_db,10,22);

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dpb
dpb 2023년 1월 21일
x=1:10;y=1:3; % coarse spacing
z=rand(numel(x),numel(y));
surf(y,x.',z)
hold on
Z=interp2(y,x.',z,1:0.5:3,[1:0.5:10].'); % increase spacing by half...
surf(1:0.5:3,[1:0.5:10].',Z); % plot on top...
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VBBV
VBBV 2023년 1월 22일
이동: VBBV 2023년 1월 22일
Check also scatteredInterpolant or griddedInterpolant

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Jonas
Jonas 2023년 1월 21일
you can usw meshgrid to prepare your xq and yq:
Y=9:13;X=1:2:5;Z=rand(5,3);
[xq,yq]=meshgrid(1:0.5:5,9:0.5:13);
interp2(X,Y,Z,xq,yq)

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