How to add the rest of parameters (in) loop?

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Nisar Ahmed
Nisar Ahmed on 20 Apr 2022
Commented: Mathieu NOE on 21 Apr 2022
Hi everyone,
I have copied here my code and data as well (attached). The data comprises on 5 parameters (vp0 vs0 rho0 qp0 qs0). I have a a loop for first parameter (vp0) and want to add rest of four parameters in the loop as well. How I can add them in a single loop?
And how then I can save them as well for the next code?
load Initial_model.mat vp0 vs0 rho0 qp0 qs0;
load t.mat t; t=t';
pert_vp0 = -250 + 500 * rand(size(vp0));
pert_vs0 = -250 + 500 * rand(size(vs0));
pert_rho0 = -25 + 50 * rand(size(vs0));
pert_qp0 = -10 + 20 * rand(size(vs0));
pert_qs0 = -5 + 10 * rand(size(vs0));
pertvp0_smooth = vel_smoother(pert_vp0, 128, .1, 1);
min_vp0 = min(pertvp0_smooth);
max_vp0 = max(pertvp0_smooth);
minrange_vp0 = -200;
maxrange_vp0 = 250;
pertvp0_smooth = (pertvp0_smooth - min_vp0)*((maxrange_vp0-minrange_vp0)/(max_vp0-min_vp0)) + minrange_vp0;
figure, plot(pert_vp0,t); ylim([1700 1960]); set(gca,'ydir','reverse');
hold on, plot(pertvp0_smooth,t);ylim([1700 1960]); set(gcf,'position',[900 285 200 550]);
num = 50;
models=zeros(260,num);
for i=1:num
pert_vp0 = -100 + 200 * rand(size(vp0));
pertvp0_smooth = vel_smoother(pert_vp0, 128, .1, 1);
min_vp0 = min(pertvp0_smooth);
max_vp0 = max(pertvp0_smooth);
pertvp0_smooth = (pertvp0_smooth - min_vp0)*((maxrange_vp0-minrange_vp0)/(max_vp0-min_vp0)) + minrange_vp0;
models(:,i) = vp0 + pertvp0_smooth;
end
figure, plot(models,t);
hold on, plot(mean(models,2),t, 'k', 'linewidth', 3);
set(gca,'ydir','reverse'); ylim([1700 1960]); set(gcf, 'position', [700 285 200 550]);
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Mathieu NOE
Mathieu NOE on 21 Apr 2022
hello
ok this is solved
next issue :
Unrecognized function or variable 'vel_smoother'.
Error in nisar2 (line 12)
pertvp0_smooth = vel_smoother(pert_vp0, 128, .1, 1);

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