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Differences between functions ezfit and Matlab's gamfit in fitting data to the gamma distribution?
There are two somewhat different parameterizations of the gamma distribution. In one (which I think is used by gamfit), the mean...

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How do I calculate the R^2?
Either of these: Rsqr = corr(x(:,2),y)^2; RsqrAlso = 1-(std(resids)/std(y))^2;

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I would like to find elements of a matrix that fulfill a condition but after every loop the condition is changing.
I think this will almost do what you want. edges = 0:0.05:30; [~,~,bin_numbers] = histcounts(diameters,edges); The output bin...

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Generating a categorical array with group names
Is this what you are after? part1 = repmat({'Name1'},1055,1); part2 = repmat({'Name2'},1641,1); part3 = repmat({'Name3'},2055...

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Forming a CDF by adding different types of PDF and generating random number
It seems like there are several different questions here. If you want to generate random numbers from a custom CDF, one simple ...

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Calculating pdf and cdf for data extracted as a table
This command pdfwindspeed = pdf('Normal',A) returns the pdf of the A values within the standard normal with mu=0 and sigma=1. ...

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How to use one data set to find the mean of another?
NON1 = NON == 1; % this makes a boolean vector that is true for the positions where NON==1 mean(PLCm(NON1)); % this computes ...

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Request for help computing convolution of random variables via fft
Inspired by the answers of @David Goodmanson to this earlier question, I have been trying to understand exactly how in general t...

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run glmfit , why get Warning: X is ill conditioned, or the model is overparameterized
The problem is that the x1-x5 values sum to 24 in every row. This means that any one of the x's can be predicted from the rest ...

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CDF of VOn Mises distribution
The Von Mises distribution is included in Cupid. You could use it like this to calculate CDF values: >> location = 10; >> conc...

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How do I get four different answers guaranteed generated randomly from several arrays?
One way is to put the two random selections inside a while loop, check whether any meals are repeated, and then only exit the lo...

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How to load .mat data from another folder?
You need the folder name at the beginning of the string you pass to load, maybe something like this: for iFile = 1:numel(N1) ...

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Probplot for Generalized Extreme Value distribution
Cupid includes the Frechet distribution. It doesn't have probplot function, but you can easily produce something similar: % as...

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How to NOT share variable with nested function?
It sounds like your "big code" is a script rather than a function, but now you want to make a function out of it. I suggest you...

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How to plot confidence bounds for a theoretical cumulative distribution function?
For a given X value, the theoretical cumulative probability is p = F(X). Suppose you have a sample of N observations and you le...

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How to loop through variable names and to save them on one file?
You can use strings for variable names like this: a = 'WD__Avr'; for.... [...] x = mean(data_measured.(a)(ind_time)); % no...

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I need a quantitative method of identification of which distribution best represents my data set
One approach is to: get the maximum likelihood parameter estimates for fitting each candidate distribution to your actual data....

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How can I test for significance between expected and observed outcomes?
Another alternative: You might consider that you have three classes of items: those for which the predicted correlation was posi...

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Can one get fitted value without going to predict?
From your reference to 'predict', I'm guessing you have a vector of observed x values and you want to compute the predicted y fo...

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Optimization of multiple variables without any toolbox
If I understand the question, your basic approach seems OK but your code isn't structured quite right. I think this is closer t...

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correlation of nonlinear variables
It isn't really clear what you mean by "correlation coefficients for nonlinear variables", because an infinite number of nonline...

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Generating and storing lists of variable lengths?
There isn't really a good solution to this type of problem with "flat file" databases, but relational databases handle it very g...

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How to linearize the nested parfor loop?
One approach is to set out all the desired pairs in advance. A crude way to do that is pairs = zeros(0,2); n = 3; for i = 1:...

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Subsets of uncorrelated features
N = 5; R = rand(N); % We will ignore the lower triangular part of this array rCutoff = 0.4; % Make a cell array that holds...

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chi2gof reports different observed values than reported
The O values printed by chi2gof are counts of the number of observations in each bin, defined by the bin edges. In this case ch...

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How to save multiple .mat files as one .mat file?
You can load all 24 .mat files for a single day and then save all of the collected variables together as one .mat file. For exa...

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Make name in for loop and read table
I guess you have tables called ScanRec1, ScanRec2, ...? If so, you can do almost what you want by making each table a field wit...

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How to reference a variable in a promt to the user, where the variable will change based on the input csv file
how about: fprintf('Would you like to plot %s ? (y/n)', vnames{d-1})

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Problems using `fitdist` to Rician distribution
I'm not sure why you are getting that error message, but Rician(6.5538e-05,0.11714) looks quite good: In case you are curious...

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OOP: Reference (subclass) enumeration names from static superclass method. Possible?
If doWork really just needs the names, maybe pass allnames as an argument of doWork, something like this: function resu...

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