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September 10th 2014 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 202 pages | ISBN: 9781502333094 | 6.47 Mb

MATLAB Curve Fitting Toolbox provides graphical tools and command-line functions for fitting curves and surfaces to data. The toolbox lets you perform exploratory data analysis, preprocess and post-process data, compare candidate models, and removeMoreMATLAB Curve Fitting Toolbox provides graphical tools and command-line functions for fitting curves and surfaces to data. The toolbox lets you perform exploratory data analysis, preprocess and post-process data, compare candidate models, and remove outliers. You can conduct regression analysis using the library of linear and nonlinear models provided or specify your own custom equations.

The library provides optimized solver parameters and starting conditions to improve the quality of your fits. The toolbox also supports nonparametric modeling techniques, such as splines, interpolation, and smoothing. After creating a fit, you can apply a variety of post-processing methods for plotting, interpolation, and extrapolation- estimating confidence intervals- and calculating integrals and derivatives.

The most important topics in this book are: Linear and Nonlinear Regression Parametric Fitting Parametric Fitting with Library Models Selecting a Model Type Interactively Selecting Model Type Programmatically Using Normalize or Center and Scale Specifying Fit Options and Optimized Starting Points List of Library Models for Curve and Surface Fitting Use Library Models to Fit Data Library Model Types Model Names and Equations Polynomial Models About Polynomial Models Selecting a Polynomial Fit Interactively Selecting a Polynomial Fit at the Command Line Defining Polynomial Terms for Polynomial Surface Fits Exponential Models About Exponential Models Selecting an Exponential Fit Interactively Selecting an Exponential Fit at the Command Line Fourier Series About Fourier Series Models Selecting a Fourier Fit Interactively Selecting a Fourier Fit at the Command Line Gaussian Models About Gaussian Models Selecting a Gaussian Fit Interactively Selecting a Gaussian Fit at the Command Line Power Series About Power Series Models Selecting a Power Fit Interactively Selecting a Power Fit at the Command Line Rational Polynomials About Rational Models Selecting a Rational Fit Interactively Selecting a Rational Fit at the Command Line Sum of Sines Models About Sum of Sines Models Selecting a Sum of Sine Fit Interactively Selecting a Sum of Sine Fit at the Command Line Weibull Distributions About Weibull Distribution Models Selecting a Weibull Fit Interactively Selecting a Weibull Fit at the Command Line Least-Squares Fitting Introduction Error Distributions Linear Least Squares Weighted Least Squares Robust Least Squares Nonlinear Least Squares Custom Linear and Nonlinear Regression Interpolation and Smoothing Nonparametric Fitting Interpolants Interpolation Methods Selecting an Interpolant Fit Interactively Selecting an Interpolant Fit at the Command Line Smoothing Splines About Smoothing Splines Selecting a Smoothing Spline Fit Interactively Selecting a Smoothing Spline Fit at the Command Line Lowess Smoothing About Lowess Smoothing Selecting a Lowess Fit Interactively Selecting a Lowess Fit at the Command Line Fitting Automotive Fuel Efficiency Surfaces at the Command Line Filtering and Smoothing Data About Data Smoothing and Filtering Moving Average Filtering Savitzky-Golay Filtering Local Regression Smoothing Fit Postprocessing Exploring and Customizing Plots Displaying Fit and Residual Plots Viewing Surface Plots and Contour Plots Using Zoom, Pan, Data Cursor, and Outlier Exclusion Customizing the Fit Display Print to MATLAB Figures Removing Outliers Selecting Validation Data Generating Code and Exporting Fits to the Workspace Generating Code from the Curve Fitting Tool Exporting a Fit to the Workspace Evaluating Goodness of Fit How to Evaluate Goodness of Fit Goodness-of-Fit Statistics Residual Analysis Plotting and Analysing Residuals Confidence and Prediction Bounds About Confidence and Prediction Bounds Confidence Bounds on Coefficients Prediction Bounds on Fits Differentiating and Integrating a Fit Surface Fitting Objects and Methods

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