I'm having an issue with warnings not turning off. I've tried the more general solution of
and also to query the warning (in this case, it's 'MATLAB:interp1:NaNstrip'), and it will say the warning is off (after I either turn it off with a general command or turning the command off specifically using its id). But the warning still displays every time I run my script. Is it perhaps due to the fact that I am calling another function within my script, which is causing the warning, and my current session somehow is not getting through to the location of that script?
I can type
The state of warning 'MATLAB:interp1:NaNstrip' is 'off'.
But it literally JUST threw the warning at me a second ago when I ran my script. Clearly I am missing something here. I just want to turn off these warnings as they take up a lot of space in the command window and I want to be able to keep track of more important things that I actually told it to display.