I’ve been using UQLab for quite some time now to perform sensitivity analysis on an expensive COMSOL model and to generate predictors for my complex model. But now I switched to a matlab model and I’m trying to evaluate as less points as possible to build an accurate metamodel.
I was wondering if one specifies an m-file as the input model to UQLab, can UQLab generates model-based samples that can then be used to build a better metamodel. Because the way I understood it, the function defined in an m-file can only be used to compute a Y, which is an image of a sample X generated independently of the function.
I looked in the documentation and on the forum/google to see if such a feature is avalaible in UQLab but I didn’t find anything so I’m just asking if I missed it or if I have to code it myself.