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From: Rune Allnor <allnor@tele.ntnu.no>
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Subject: Re: creating loops for a large system of variables
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On Apr 4, 4:36 am, "Steven_Lord" <sl...@mathworks.com> wrote:

> I agree; the design of experiments or multivariate methods functions in
> Statistics Toolbox may help the OP determine how their function depends on
> the inputs without evaluating their function N^25 times.

No, they wouldn't.

While what is supplied with the stats toolbox might help out a bit
with respect to setting up the tests, there is nothing in that
toolbox that helps with the *analysis*. Once the experiment has
been done and the measurements are available, the user of the
stats toolbox is on his own about how to proceed.

Rune