I've been reading up in the help files on MATLAB for this one, but it's a bit tricky.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I have been able to solve it on my own by using a FOR loop, but it's not completely accurate as it's just adding up rectangles at the average between two values.

Here's the problem:

Does there exist a matlab command that can integrate something based on just coordinates?

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# Integrate data in MATLAB

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