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## There are too many ranges variables

Hello everyone,

In scenario 4, I got everything correctly. However, when I tried to graph the plot. There were an issue with "too many range variables".

I read some posts that recommend to change the number of points. However, it was invisible to click on. Would you guys please help me with this?

Thank you so much

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## Re: There are too many ranges variables

You still have the wrong definition of sigma! You compare 0.5*1 with 0.5K and the result is zero (because they are not equal) and this zero is assigned sigma. Your sigma is zero! Give it a try. Furthermore in the definition of y.n you used sigma as if it were a function.

And the way you defined and used x.n your "noisy" signal would have used the very same random number for every time - not very noisy 😉

Here is a way to do it. Do you really mean T.n to be 0 (zero what - K, °F, Delta°F,..?) for times smaller than 2 minutes? You may replace the 0 by NaN (which suppresses plotting) or by Tsf(2 min).

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## Re: There are too many ranges variables

Do you have any recommendation for this? 😞 The Tsf was calculated in scenario 3. I'm not sure why the Tn(ti) doesn't work

Martin Hanák

## Re: There are too many ranges variables

Hello Martin,

Sigma unit is K so yn is also K. I have added the unit to K and Tn(i) still doesnt work. It probably because of my the function or something.

thank you so much for the feedback

## Re: There are too many ranges variables

Hi,

you must define yn as function !!!

Martin Hanák

## Re: There are too many ranges variables

Looking for something like this?

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(in response to Werner_E)

## Re: There are too many ranges variables

Hello,

it looks really good. But the Tn is T noise so it would start at 2 and the time interval is ti = 2,3...99. I have some new updated here.

You are life saver for sure 🙂

Thank you so much.

## Re: There are too many ranges variables

You still have the wrong definition of sigma! You compare 0.5*1 with 0.5K and the result is zero (because they are not equal) and this zero is assigned sigma. Your sigma is zero! Give it a try. Furthermore in the definition of y.n you used sigma as if it were a function.

And the way you defined and used x.n your "noisy" signal would have used the very same random number for every time - not very noisy 😉

Here is a way to do it. Do you really mean T.n to be 0 (zero what - K, °F, Delta°F,..?) for times smaller than 2 minutes? You may replace the 0 by NaN (which suppresses plotting) or by Tsf(2 min).

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(in response to Werner_E)

## Re: There are too many ranges variables

Hello,

Got it. I'm working on it again now. I mean at Tn won't generate the first signal at 2mins. so from 0-2 mins, Tsf is the actual sensor temperature (Tsf).

I think the issue here is t(time) range, because the Tn will send the mixed signal at t=2min while Tsf start at 1min. I also attached the picture that I supposed ti generate

Thank you so much

## Re: There are too many ranges variables

i GOT ITTTTTT. We just need to graph this with ti not t. yayayayayayayya

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