# euclidean distance calculation for values from excel sheet

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krishnasri el 26 de Mzo. de 2015
Editada: dpb el 21 de Abr. de 2015
sir, I have values in an excel sheet, which contains 60x3 values, they are x,y,z cordinates for all the 60 points.Now I need to find out the distance : |d(i)|=sqrt((x(k)-x(j))^2+(y(k)-y(j))^2+(z(k)-z(j)^2)), where i=1:60 , j,k are end points of the line segment under consideration, i.e., between these 60 points line segments are considered, for which this distance we are calculating. So j,k can be j=1:59 and k=2:60..
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krishnasri el 19 de Abr. de 2015
I didn't understand what you meant by which pdist2? I've matlab r2010a installed.
dpb el 19 de Abr. de 2015
Editada: dpb el 21 de Abr. de 2015
Type it in at the command line...see
doc which
It'll show you which is the referenced pdist2 actually being called and in your above error the string "D:\pdist2.m" certainly makes it appear as if the problem is there is a script called PDIST2 which, if really so, is aliasing the TMW-supplied PDIST2 that you're trying to use.
The likely thing is that you named your top-level script pdist2 without realizing there is a builtin function of that name; if so rename that script to something else. Since Matlab is case-sensitive, use "PDIST2.m" or "pDist2.m" or some other name entirely, but anything but "pdist2.m".
PS:
"anything" above of course means "anything except pdis2.m or any other builtin function*.

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dpb el 26 de Mzo. de 2015
If you have the Statistics Toolbox,
doc pdist
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