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Subject: Histogram to evaluate a correlation From: Nima Azar Date: 19 Jan, 2010 18:55:04 Message: 1 of 10 
Hi guys: 
Subject: Histogram to evaluate a correlation From: ImageAnalyst Date: 19 Jan, 2010 19:00:10 Message: 2 of 10 
And your question is......................? 
Subject: Histogram to evaluate a correlation From: Nima Azar Date: 19 Jan, 2010 19:16:07 Message: 3 of 10 
so I'd like to know whether the command "hist" would to this? and also how I can quantify the correlation b/w my data and the preidentified subjects? 
Subject: Histogram to evaluate a correlation From: ImageAnalyst Date: 19 Jan, 2010 19:47:09 Message: 4 of 10 
Is the results of your analysis a classification of either "normal" or 
Subject: Histogram to evaluate a correlation From: Rob Campbell Date: 19 Jan, 2010 22:40:20 Message: 5 of 10 
Do you mean you want to plot two histograms?? 
Subject: Histogram to evaluate a correlation From: Nima Azar Date: 20 Jan, 2010 00:38:04 Message: 6 of 10 
ImageAnalyst <imageanalyst@mailinator.com> wrote in message <08ed4cd965f34d43ac9d9a37d67121ca@m25g2000yqc.googlegroups.com>... 
Subject: Histogram to evaluate a correlation From: Rob Campbell Date: 20 Jan, 2010 01:20:04 Message: 7 of 10 
>...like to see whether each set of data falls in the "right" category. Does it make sense? 
Subject: Histogram to evaluate a correlation From: Nima Azar Date: 20 Jan, 2010 01:45:40 Message: 8 of 10 
"Rob Campbell" <matlab@robertREMOVEcampbell.removethis.co.uk> wrote in message <hj5lo4$c8i$1@fred.mathworks.com>... 
Subject: Histogram to evaluate a correlation From: Rob Campbell Date: 20 Jan, 2010 02:18:03 Message: 9 of 10 
>and get some quantified information on that. sorry I'm not very into statistical work . 
Subject: Histogram to evaluate a correlation From: Tom Lane Date: 20 Jan, 2010 03:57:11 Message: 10 of 10 
Nima, other posters had some good ideas. 
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