How to derivate a vector

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Thierry Gelinas le 12 Avr 2015
Commenté : Les Beckham le 1 Fév 2023
Hi, I put a polynom ( x^2+x-1) in a form of a vector :
[1 1 -1].I don't know how to derivate this vector and how to evaluate it.
Thanks, Thierry.
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Claudio Contrada le 1 Fév 2023
hi, use the polyder() function, which returns the coefficients of the derivate as a vector. so if p=[1 1 -1], we have p1=polyder(p). this assigns to p1 the arrray [2 1].
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Les Beckham le 1 Fév 2023
Although it is not completely clear from the original question, I believe that this is the correct answer.

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Image Analyst le 12 Avr 2015
Not sure how those 3 numbers came from that equation, but anyway....The derivative is the slope. You have two line segments, from 1 to 1 and from 1 to -1. So the slope of the first line segment is 0 and the slope of the second line segment is -2. You can get this from
slopes = diff(yourVector);
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Star Strider le 12 Avr 2015
If you want to evaluate your polynomial and do a numerical derivative, use the polyval function to evaluate it, then the gradient function to take the derivative:
h = 0.1; % Spacing Constant
x = -5:h:5; % Independent Variable Vector
y = polyval([1 1 -1], x); % Evaluate Polynomial
dydx = gradient(y, h); % Take Numerical Derivative At Each Value Of ‘x’
Note that unlike diff, the gradient function will produce a vector the same length as the original data vector.
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Star Strider le 12 Avr 2015
Because I don’t know what the problem actually is.
Is Thierry supposed to evaluate the polynomial and then take the numerical derivative, or evaluate the polynomial and its analytic derivative at the same values of x?
I’m offering the best numerical derivative function as an option.
Image Analyst le 12 Avr 2015
I agree with Star. The language in the question is so imprecise, it's impossible to determine if the [1 1 -1] vector is the x input vector or the polynomial y output vector. So I also gave a numerical answer. If the x location(s) where the derivative is known for certain, then you could just use calculus to determine the slope as 2*x+1 and plug in the x where you want the slope computed at.

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Youssef Khmou le 12 Avr 2015
additionally to the above answers, the simplest way to evaluate the polynomial is via anonymous function :
f=@(x) x.^2+x-1
x=0:0.1:10;
Generally, coefficients vector is used to find the roots. concerning the derivation, gradient is more efficient than diff, when you have the sample rate :
plot(x,f(x),x,df,'r')
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