I have the following definitions
long = 1000; init = 500; N = init+long; T = init+1:N-1; T1 = init+2:N;
I then fill the vectors that I want according to this loop,
for t=1:N+1 Rk(t)=1+A(t)*alpha*kh(t).^(alpha-1)-delta; Yi(t)=A(t)*(1-alpha)*kh(t).^alpha - A(t)*alpha*kh(t).^(alpha-1)+eta(t); Rap(t)=Rk(t).^(1-gamma)+(1-gamma)*Rk(t).^(-gamma)*theta(t)*Yi(t)-0.5*gamma*(1-gamma)*(theta(t)*Yi(t)).^2; end
Finally, I compute some new vectors according to this loop
for t=T1 fi1(t)=(v(t).^(1-gamma))*(Rk(t))*(Yi(t)'); % Expectations 1 fi2(t)=((v(t).^(1-gamma))*(Yi(t)).^2); fi3(t)=(((v(t).^(1-gamma))*Rap(t)).^(1/(1-gamma))); end
So, from the last loop I aim into getting a vector of size T1, but instead I receive a 1x1500 vector.
My scope is essentially to take all the numbers in vectors, v, Rk, Yi, from exactly the region that T1 specifies (i.e 502:1500), so I should get the 1x999, and not the 1x1500 vector.
So I suppose even if someone stars with an index 502 to count the loop, Matlab still understand this as 1, and loops until N, which is the end point of T1.
Can somebody tell me how should amend the code in order to get what I described above.