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Not enough input arguments.

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Cumpaniciu Alexandru
Cumpaniciu Alexandru on 24 May 2020
Edited: Cumpaniciu Alexandru on 26 May 2020
HI,I am new to Matlab and I am trying this code,but it is not working...
Where is the problem?
Not enough input arguments.
Error in ebolab (line 40)
x=lsqcurvefit( @Model_Inc , x0 ,xdata,ydata,LB,UB,optimset);
THIS CODE WAS TESTED IN MATLAB 2020...
function ebolab(do_estimation,xdata,ydata)
P_Data( : ,1) = 1:19; %S i e r r a Leone
P_Data (:,2)=[158 525 907 1813 3706 6599 9004 10340 11301 11841 12362 12701 13093 13264 13541 13846 14052 14122 14122 ]/700; % SierraLeone
Lambda = 60000; % Sierra Leone
p = 0.8;
rho= 0.62;
mu =0.012;
eta =2.1;
beta =0.00000001;
alpha = 0.01;
delta = 0.6;
k =0.0044;
Q1= alpha + mu + delta ;
%S0 =4600000; I0=1 ; D0=0; %L ib e r i a
S0 =7396000; I0= 1 ; D0=0; % S i e r r a Leone
INITIAL=[S0,I0,D0] ;
Istart = 1 ; %month to start the model simulation
Iend= Istart + 19 ; %S i e r r a Leone
%Iend= Istart + 21 ; % Libe ri a
OPTIONS= odeset('AbsTol',0.001,'RelTol',0.001,'MaxStep',1/12);
% %Estimate parameters
%by minimizing the sum of squares
%when f i t t i n g modeled to r e a l prevalence data
do_estimation=1;
if(do_estimation)
x0 ( 1 , 1)= 30000;
x0 ( 1 , 2 ) = 0.8 ;
x0 ( 1 , 3)= 0.62 ;
x0 ( 1 , 4 ) = 0.012 ;
x0 ( 1 , 5 ) = 2.1 ;
x0 ( 1 , 6)= 0.0000001;
x0 ( 1 , 7)= 0.01 ;
x0( 1 , 8)= 0.0044 ;
x0 ( 1 , 9)= 0.6 ;
% Parameters range , LB = upper bound , LB = lower bound
LB=[0.1001 0.1 0.6 0.010 2 0.0000001 0.0100 0.001 0.5] ;% both
UB=[ 60000 0.9 0.9 0.8 5 0.000005 0.9 0.5 0.9 ] ; % S i e r r a Leone
x=lsqcurvefit( @Model_Inc , x0 ,xdata,ydata,LB,UB,optimset);
%'estimated parameters'
Lambda=x(1);
p=x ( 2 );
rho =x ( 3 );
mu =x ( 4 ) ;
eta =x ( 5 );
beta=x ( 6 );
alpha=x ( 7 );
k=x ( 8 );
delta=x ( 9 );
end
[t,y]= ode45( @ebola,0 : 1 / 12 : ( Iend-Istart ), INITIAL ) ;
S=y(:,1);
I=y( : , 2 ) ;
D=y( : , 3 ) ;
incidence = y( : , 2 ) ;
close all ;
figure (1) ;
hold on
h_l=plot( Istart+t , y ( : , 2 ) , ' r-');
set ( h_l , 'linewidth ' , 2 ) ;
h_l=plot ( P_Data (:,1) , P_Data ( : , 2 ) , ' bo' , 'Markersize',8) ;
set ( h_l , 'linewidth',2) ;
box off
axis ( [ Istart Iend 0 10 ] ) ;
xticks ( [ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19]); % S i e r r a Leone
xticklabels ( { 'Jun_{ 2 0 1 4 }', 'Jul ' , 'Aug' , 'Sept ' 'Oct ' , 'Nov' , 'Dec ' , 'Jan_ { 2 0 1 5 } ' , 'Feb ' , 'Mar ' ,'Apr ' , 'May' , 'Jun ' , 'Jul ' , 'aug ' ,'Sept ' , 'Oct ' , 'Nov' , 'Dec ' } )
xlabel ( 'Months ' , 'font size ' , 12 )
ylabel ( 'Cumulative number of Ebola cases ' , 'fontsize ' , 12)
xtickangle (-45)
hold off
function [ydot]=ebola(~,y)
S=y(1) ;
I=y(2) ;
D=y (3) ;
ydot(1) =Lambda-( beta *(1-p ) * ( y ( 2 ) + eta *y ( 3 ) ) * exp(-((y( 2)+eta*y ( 3 ) ) * k ))) * y(1)- mu*y ( 1 ) ;
ydot(2) = ( beta *(1-p ) * ( y ( 2 ) + eta*y ( 3 ) ) * exp(-((y( 2)+eta*y ( 3 ) ) * k ) ) ) * y ( 1 ) - Q1*y ( 2 ) ;
ydot( 3 )= delta *y ( 2 ) - rho *y ( 3 ) ;
ydot=ydot';
end % function
function Inc=Model_Inc ( x0 , xdata )
Inc =0; %i n t i a l i z a t i o n of t h i s not to have an empty array
Lambda=x0(1);
p =x0 (2) ;
rho=x0 (3) ;
mu =x0 (4) ;
eta =x0 (5) ;
beta=x0 (6) ;
alpha=x0 (7) ;
k=x0 (8) ;
delta=x0 (9) ;
%S0 =4600000; I0 =1; D0=0; %Lib e ri a
S0 =7396000; I0= 1 ; D0=0; % S i e r r a Leone
INITIAL=[S0,I0,D0] ;
OPTIONS= odeset('AbsTol',0.001,'RelTol',0.001,'MaxStep',1/12);
t=50;
[ t,y] = ode45 ( @ebola , [0 : 1 / 1 2 : Iend-Istart ], INITIAL ) ;
S=y( : ,1) ;
I=y ( : ,2) ;
D=y ( : ,3) ;
incidence=y( : ,2) ;
for j=1:length ( xdata )
ind=find ( xdata(j)-Istart==t);
S=y ( ind ,1) ;
I=y ( ind ,2) ;
D=y ( ind ,3) ;
incidence(j)=I;
end
end % end of Model_prev
end

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per isakson
per isakson on 24 May 2020
The function
function Inc=Model_Inc ( x0 , xdata )
returns zero regardless of input.
Provide values for
do_estimation, xdata, ydata
so we can try to run your code,

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Answers (1)

Thiago Henrique Gomes Lobato
Edited: Thiago Henrique Gomes Lobato on 24 May 2020
Your Model_Inc function is not correct written, since it always return zero for a dummy variable you created in the beggining. I believe what you actually wanted to do was:
function incidence=Model_Inc ( x0 , xdata )
Besides this you need to provide inputs for xdata and ydata, you also don't run those functions directly in editor, but rather call them, as in:
xdata = % your xdata
ydata = % your ydata
do_estimation = % your do_estimation
ebolab(do_estimation,xdata,ydata)

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Stephen Cobeldick
Stephen Cobeldick on 24 May 2020
No you do not have split your functions into multiple files.
No you should not remove the @ symbol from Model_Inc: the first input should be a function handle:
Thiago Henrique Gomes Lobato
You're right, for some reason I thought he was doing the function handle twice. I will edit my answer.

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