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Prepare Data

Plot, analyze, and preprocess data; remove outliers and other data anomalies

Graphical Tools

Parameter Estimation ToolEstimate model parameters and initial states


sdo.ExperimentSpecify experiment I/O data, model parameters, and initial-state values


What Is an Experiment?

To perform parameter estimation, specify measured input and output data as an experiment.

Supported Data

Estimate parameters using time-domain and time-series data.

Model Requirements for Importing Data

Before you can analyze and preprocess the estimation data, you must assign the data to the model ports or signals.

Import Data for Parameter Estimation

Import time-domain or time-series data for parameter estimation.

Plot and Analyze Data

After you import the estimation data, you can remove outliers, smooth, detrend, or otherwise treat the data to prepare for analysis and estimation. To view and analyze data characteristics, plot the data on a time plot.

Preprocess Data

Perform preprocessing operations such as removing offsets and filtering the data before you use it.

Featured Examples