how to plot a contour plot with excel data??

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sunitha le 31 Mar 2021
Commenté : sunitha le 31 Mar 2021
I have to plot a contour plot for excel data. I have two variables x and y , and the individual variables contain 50 data ponts
i defined the data for the variables x and y
contour(x,y) ...i have written code but it is showing the error .can someone tell me where i did mistake ?
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sunitha le 31 Mar 2021
i have already calculated the output values and imported it in the excel .i have non linear equations from that i have calculated the variables
i have these equations , now i varied the Kn parameter ,has 49 inputs corresponding to that i have calculated N, J variables.
now how i can plot contours for this non linear equation
sunitha le 31 Mar 2021
should i vary the parameters two at a time and corresponding to that i have to plot this contours ??

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LO le 31 Mar 2021
Modifié(e) : LO le 31 Mar 2021
from the folder containing your excel file run
the error about Z may be related to the fact that contour is waiting for a missing variable. But a turnaround is to give to the function an array directly (2D in this case).
Please edit the path to your file (remove the square brackets and put your file location).
%% Import the data
[~, ~, raw] = xlsread('[path to your file here]\contour gr.xlsx','Sheet1');
raw = raw(2:end,:);
%% Create output variable
data = reshape([raw{:}],size(raw));
%% Create table
contourgr = table;
%% Allocate imported array to column variable names
contourgr.ksmgcm3 = data(:,1);
contourgr.SmgL = data(:,2);
%% Clear temporary variables
clearvars data raw;

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Star Strider le 31 Mar 2021
I cannot see how to do a contour plot of two vectors that do not represent gridded data, since that does not make sense.
However one option could be:
D = readmatrix('contour gr.xlsx');
x = D(:,1);
y = D(:,2);


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