[R] unable to plot bode - phase with control package

fr1d_mail |r1d_m@|| @end|ng |rom y@hoo@|r
Thu Oct 8 19:43:09 CEST 2020

thank you for the reply !

Le 08/10/2020 à 16:32, Jeff Newmiller a écrit :
> a) What is so difficult about the idea that this list is about R, not theory?

I don't need theory here, I just need the way specialist in R language 
will solve this *coding* issue.

Regarding the theory I think I have some solid background.

> There do exist forums about control theory (e.g. engineering.stackexchange.com)
irrelevant if not implemented in R
> b) Using [-pi,+pi) is not "wrong"... it is numerically more precise,

I never assume it was "wrong"

asymptotic analysis will provide valuable knowledge for stability if you 
reach phase information

why do you assume it is more precise ??

>   though it may not convey what you would prefer to convey.
> c) The general case with poles and zeroes is more complicated than just adding the order of your system. Do a search on
> "winding number" "bode"
in my case for 'siso' it is enough, physical systems I study are not 
exhibiting very complex behavior
> But if by inspection you think that shortcut will work for your system then do what you need to.
> d) If implementing a more general alternative solution is your itch, I am sure the maintainer of this _contributed package_ would welcome patches to add features.

not relevant as my level is R coding is low... sorry

Still looking for a *coding* solution to my issue...



> On October 8, 2020 12:08:19 AM PDT, fr1d_mail via R-help <r-help using r-project.org> wrote:
>> Dear All
>> I hope my question is relevant on this forum, else very sorry for the
>> disturbance
>> I want to simply plot a bode diagram of a siso model
>> using the 'bodeplot' command in the control package fail due to error
>> in
>> 'issiso' evaluation...
>> Error in if (issiso(sys)) {:
>> then I try by myself some retro-engineering :)
>> the problem is when I use
>> H <- freqresp(syst, w)
>> mag = 20*log10(abs(H))
>> phase <- atan2(Im(H), Re(H)) * 180/pi
>> if the order of the system is higher than 2 it is wrong (result will be
>> only between -pi / pi)
>> how to proceed ? for each evaluated point take a derivative and
>> evaluate
>> the order to add the proper number of pi ?
>> Thanks for the help !
>> Best
>> Frédéric
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