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zero mean and one variance

Asked by subha on 21 Nov 2013
Latest activity Edited by subha on 22 Nov 2013

How to make dataset into zero mean and 1 variance

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Answer by Roger Stafford on 21 Nov 2013
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That's easy. Subtract the dataset's mean value from each element. Then divide each element by the dataset's standard deviation. My question to you is, why would you want to do such a thing?

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subha on 21 Nov 2013

i want to give zero mean and unit variance Gaussian input to my restricted boltzmann machine

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Answer by Andrei Bobrov on 21 Nov 2013

Normally distributed:

out = randn(1000,1);

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subha on 21 Nov 2013

This will generate some random numbers with zero mean and 1 variance.But,i want to get input from a dataset which has zero mean and 1 variance.So for that i want to make my dataset to that condition

subha on 22 Nov 2013

randn() will generate any random values with standard normal distributed value.am i right? how to generate random values fr0m the dataset using randn command

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