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Thread Subject:
Regression

Subject: Regression

From: neni

Date: 15 Nov, 2005 05:44:54

Message: 1 of 4

I have data X=[x1.....x10]; Y=[Y1....Y10]
I want to make the logarithmic regression resulting the equation in
logaritmic between X and Y and find the coeficient correlation .

Please help me how to do it

Thanks

Subject: Regression

From: John

Date: 15 Nov, 2005 14:27:22

Message: 2 of 4

start by taking a course in english so we can understand what the heck you
are asking about..

________________________-

>I have data X=[x1.....x10]; Y=[Y1....Y10]
> I want to make the logarithmic regression resulting the equation in
> logaritmic between X and Y and find the coeficient correlation .
>
> Please help me how to do it
>
> Thanks

Subject: logarithmic regression

From: nen

Date: 15 Nov, 2005 18:33:00

Message: 3 of 4

I have data X=[x1.....x10]; Y=[Y1....Y10]
I want to make the logarithmic regression between X and Y.

Please How can I do this

John wrote:
>
>
> start by taking a course in english so we can understand what the
> heck you
> are asking about..
>
> ________________________-
>
>>I have data X=[x1.....x10]; Y=[Y1....Y10]
>> I want to make the logarithmic regression resulting the
equation
> in
>> logaritmic between X and Y and find the coeficient correlation
.
>>
>> Please help me how to do it
>>
>> Thanks
>
>
>

Subject: logarithmic regression

From: Dick Startz

Date: 15 Nov, 2005 21:01:40

Message: 4 of 4

On Tue, 15 Nov 2005 18:33:00 -0500, nen <neni_p@yahoo.com> wrote:

>I have data X=[x1.....x10]; Y=[Y1....Y10]
>I want to make the logarithmic regression between X and Y.
>
snip

look at help for the backslash operator. Depending on your needs one
of the following might do what you want.
log(X)\log(Y)

or [ones(length(X),1) log(X)]\log(Y)

-Dick Startz
----------------------
Richard Startz RichardStartz@comcast.net
Lundberg Startz Associates

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