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How to interpolate for a particular index within vector?

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Shubham Mohan Tatpalliwar
Shubham Mohan Tatpalliwar on 21 Nov 2018
Edited: madhan ravi on 21 Nov 2018
The uploaded vector is matrix of numbers from 2 to 99
i want to interpolate from column 15 to 30
within a range of 2 to 6
is it possible to interpolate for a particular range ?

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madhan ravi
madhan ravi on 21 Nov 2018
Edited: madhan ravi on 21 Nov 2018
EDITED
y=load('ICE.mat');
x=linspace(2,6,15);
yy=interp1(y.DrehmomentICE1(15:30),x) %interpolated values like this?

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Shubham Mohan Tatpalliwar
Shubham Mohan Tatpalliwar on 21 Nov 2018
y=load('ICE.mat');
x=linspace(2,6,15);% i want in this range
yy=interp1(y.DrehmomentICE1(15):y.DrehmomentICE1(30),x)
How to interpolate this directly in this vector
like i want the rest matrix as it is and the values 15 to 30 should be interpolated with a range of 2 to 6
madhan ravi's reply: "How to interpolate this directly in this vector"
what do you mean?
Shubham Mohan Tatpalliwar
Shubham Mohan Tatpalliwar on 21 Nov 2018
the values of index from 15 to 30 should be interpolated and rest would be same.
like i would give input as a whole vector but only these 15 values would be interpolated

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