# REGRESSION AND INTERPOLATION WITH MATLAB

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1 1 REGRESSION AND INTERPOLATION WITH MATLAB Asst. Prof. Dr. Elif SERTELsertele@itu.edu.tr Summary  2 Review of Basic Statistics mean(x):  Computes the mean (averagevalue) of the elements of the vector x. std(x):  Computes the standard deviationof the values in x. The standard deviation σ is defined as the square root of thevariance Curve Fitting with Functions Other than Polynomials  y=b x m power function y=be mx or y=b10 mx exponential function y=mln(x)+b or y=mlog(x)+b logarithmic function y=1/mx+b reciprocalfunctionFirst rewrite the functions in a form that can be fittedwith a linear polynomial (n=1) y=mx+nln(y)=mln(x)+ln(b) power functionln(y)=mx+ln(b) or log(y)=mx+log(b) exponential function1/y=mx+b reciprocalfunction  3 Curve Fitting Regression analysis is a process of fitting a function toa setof data points.Curve fitting with polynomials is done with polyfitfunction which uses the least squares method.polyfit finds the coefficients of a polynomialrepresentingthe data p=polyfit(x,y,n)p is the vector of the coefficients of the polynomial that fitsthe datax is a vector with the horizontal coordinate y is a vector with the vertical coordinaten is the degree of the polynomial polyval uses those coefficients to find new values of y,that correspond to the known values of x  4 Other  polyfit functions in Matlab  Function Power function y=bx m Exponential function y=be mx or y=b10 mx Logarithmic function y=mln(x)+b or y=mlog(x)+bReciprocalfunction y=1/mx+b Polyfit function form p=polyfit(log(x),log(y),1)p=polyfit(x,log(y),1)orp=polyfit(x,log10(y),1)p=polyfit(log(x),y,1)orp=polyfit(log10(x),y,1)p=polyfit(x,1./y,1) Other consideration when choosing a function are: Exponential functions cannot pass throughthe srcinExponential functions can only fit data withall positive y’s or all negative y’sLogarithmic functions cannot model x=0, ornegative values of xFor the power function y=0 when x=0The reciprocal equation cannot model y=0

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