Fourth column

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Gaochao Cai
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Fourth column

Post by Gaochao Cai » Mon Dec 09, 2013 5:41 pm

Hi Jirka,

When the observed data was put in the inverse solution form, then a prompt came out:
The fourth column of the record xxx must be smaller than or equal to number of obervation nodes.
The observation nodes are 150, and the data for inverse solution is also 150.
I do not why, so could you give me any hints please? Thanks!

G

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Re: Fourth column

Post by Jirka » Mon Dec 09, 2013 6:30 pm

No, you cannot have 150 observation nodes. If I remember correctly, the number of observation nodes (which had to be specified in the Boundary Conditions Editor) was limited to 30. You simply were not allowed to specify more than that. You must be interpreting something else as observation nodes (total number of FE nodes, boundary nodes?). J.

Gaochao Cai
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Re: Fourth column

Post by Gaochao Cai » Thu Dec 12, 2013 4:08 pm

Yes, I made a mistake. Now I have corrected it.
Thank you. J

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