My problem is that I want to ignore the sudden dropoff in the attached plot. I'm using the following to get the minimum and maximum:
ErrPriMax = ErrorPri<1;
ErrorPriMax = max(ErrorPri(ErrPriMax));
ErrPriMin = ErrorPri>-.4;
ErrorPriMin = min(ErrorPri(ErrPriMin));
ErrRedMax = ErrorRed<1;
ErrorRedMax = max(ErrorRed(ErrRedMax));
ErrRedMin = ErrorRed>-.4;
ErrorRedMin = min(ErrorRed(ErrRedMin));
The correct minimums should be around -.2 for the primary error and -.05 for the redundant error; however, I am getting around -.4 for both since that is the hard limit I coded in. Is there a better way to do this? I essentially want to ignore the two spikes.
ErrorPri and ErrorRed are the datasets I am working with along with Time. They dont go to infinite, they go more closely to -20 (which is far greater than reality).
Any help is greatly appreciated.