How to use matlab tool vs_let() get the Ux and Uy, not velocity in M and NHow to use matlab tool vs_let() get the Ux and Uy, not velocity in M and Nhttps://oss.deltares.nl/c/message_boards/find_thread?p_l_id=1806746&threadId=11212552021-01-25T11:43:32Z2021-01-25T11:43:32ZRE: How to use matlab tool vs_let() get the Ux and Uy, not velocity in M anKatherin Parkmanhttps://oss.deltares.nl/c/message_boards/find_message?p_l_id=1806746&messageId=35362562020-11-11T09:48:23Z2020-11-11T09:48:23Zdo you want to use this tool to fix a <a href="http://lpbc.thischurch.org/mod/forum/view-thread.php?thread_id=1999">dishwasher</a>?Katherin Parkman2020-11-11T09:48:23ZHow to use matlab tool vs_let() get the Ux and Uy, not velocity in M and NAnonymous Anonymoushttps://oss.deltares.nl/c/message_boards/find_message?p_l_id=1806746&messageId=11212542017-06-27T10:08:41Z2017-01-18T07:52:27ZHi, <br /> <br />I want to fastly get the velocity direction though Matlab. So I use function vs_let() to get the U and V, then arctan(U,V) to get the direction.<br /><br />U=vs_let(Nfs,'his-series',{0},'ZCURU',{0 0});<br />V=vs_let(Nfs,'his-series',{0},'ZCURV',{0 0});<br /><br /> Since I hope I could fast process this data, I prefer not to use Quickplot. Howver, I could only get the velocity in M and N direction, rather than velocity in X and Y direction. How could I get the latter ones?<br /><br />Anybody could give some advice?<br />Thanks.Anonymous Anonymous2017-01-18T07:52:27Z