I find that such questions rarely have much value here, as they usually tend to be interesting to an audience of exactly one. Granted, there can be exceptions, if an answer illuminates a topic that the OP had misunderstood in a way that many can read & gain from.
But the more common case, I think, are questions like this one, which was closed (quite correctly, IMHO). Short of examining the OP's code (in MatLab or otherwise) line by line, there wasn't much to be done to find why the answer being gotten was unreasonable. And if the answer is "in line 22, use the SI constant of 123.456, instead of the English units constant of 654.321", how many people can benefit from that?
I'd differentiate this situation from StackOverflow's programming stacks, where the code tends to be of manageable size , and the corrected result tends to be useful to others attempting the same task, not just those encountering the same error. Particularly since SO strongly encouraged code in posts to be a Minimal Reproducible Example - which would be hard to do here, particularly for questions like the one linked above.