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# What is the meaning of [0.0;-1.5] in the following lines?

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mathru on 27 Aug 2020
Edited: Michael Croucher on 27 Aug 2020
Tcenter = interpolateTemperature(result,[0.0;-1.5],1:numel(tlist));
Touter = interpolateTemperature(result,[0.2;-1.5],1:numel(tlist));
What does it mean by [0.0;-1.5]?

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Stephen Cobeldick on 27 Aug 2020
"What does it mean by [0.0;-1.5]?"
Very basic MATLAB concepts, such as how to create vectors and matrices, are explained in the introductory tutorials:

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### Accepted Answer

Michael Croucher on 27 Aug 2020
Edited: Michael Croucher on 27 Aug 2020
[0.0;-1.5] is a column vector with the two values 0.0 and -1.5. Mathematically, it looks like this:

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mathru on 27 Aug 2020
Thanks Michael.
Then what does result,[0.0;-1.5] means?
Rik on 27 Aug 2020
Commas separte inputs in Matlab. So both the variable result and the vector [0;1.5] are inputs to the interpolateTemperature function.

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