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column 6 at matrix 'm' of multcompare

The sixth column was added some time after the multcompare function was originally created. Could it be that you are looking at ...

column 6 at matrix 'm' of multcompare

The sixth column was added some time after the multcompare function was originally created. Could it be that you are looking at ...

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How to use Mauchly's test results in matlab2014a

You can ask for the C matrices from the ranova function, for example: [tbl,a,c] = ranova(R,'within','w1*w2') Then you ca...

How to use Mauchly's test results in matlab2014a

You can ask for the C matrices from the ranova function, for example: [tbl,a,c] = ranova(R,'within','w1*w2') Then you ca...

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Why does the ecdf function return duplicate x values?

This is just for convenience in plotting. Compare these: >> y = rand(10,1); >> [f,x] = ecdf(y); >> subplot(2,1,1); st...

Why does the ecdf function return duplicate x values?

This is just for convenience in plotting. Compare these: >> y = rand(10,1); >> [f,x] = ecdf(y); >> subplot(2,1,1); st...

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how to fix Iteration limit reached warning

This can be a symptom of perfect separation between the classes, or of something similar to perfect separation. Consider this: ...

how to fix Iteration limit reached warning

This can be a symptom of perfect separation between the classes, or of something similar to perfect separation. Consider this: ...

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Problem using 'interactions' model type using ANOVAN

If two predictors A and B are perfectly correlated, then removing any one of them will not affect the model. This can lead to re...

Problem using 'interactions' model type using ANOVAN

If two predictors A and B are perfectly correlated, then removing any one of them will not affect the model. This can lead to re...

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Equivalent code to regress(), using fitglm()

I believe these are not the same. For the |fitglm| model we are saying that Y has a normal distribution whose log(mean) has a li...

Equivalent code to regress(), using fitglm()

I believe these are not the same. For the |fitglm| model we are saying that Y has a normal distribution whose log(mean) has a li...

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Need help with importing database with text field in Regressiontree

You don't say what your data looks like and what problem you are having. I'm guessing the michenicname variable is text and t...

Need help with importing database with text field in Regressiontree

You don't say what your data looks like and what problem you are having. I'm guessing the michenicname variable is text and t...

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How the CI of GLM parameters are calculated?

I'm not exactly following what you are trying to do. It looks like you are using the estimated standard deviation of the observe...

How the CI of GLM parameters are calculated?

I'm not exactly following what you are trying to do. It looks like you are using the estimated standard deviation of the observe...

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Plotting Y=f(X) after a regression where X contains 2 predictors

Have you considered the plotSlice function? It will plot predicted y vs. x1 for a fixed value of x2, and predicted y vs. x2 for ...

Plotting Y=f(X) after a regression where X contains 2 predictors

Have you considered the plotSlice function? It will plot predicted y vs. x1 for a fixed value of x2, and predicted y vs. x2 for ...

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Specifying which category is the reference level for glmfit

There is not currently a way to specify the reference category for categorical predictors in functions like fitglm. The glmfit f...

Specifying which category is the reference level for glmfit

There is not currently a way to specify the reference category for categorical predictors in functions like fitglm. The glmfit f...

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Reproducible results using "bootci" matlab function

If you insert reset(s) before the second call to |bootci| , you should find that the two calls yield the same answer.

Reproducible results using "bootci" matlab function

If you insert reset(s) before the second call to |bootci| , you should find that the two calls yield the same answer.

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Find clusters within a set of 3D points

To find points within a threshold distance, try the rangesearch function from the Statistics Toolbox. If you want three-point...

Find clusters within a set of 3D points

To find points within a threshold distance, try the rangesearch function from the Statistics Toolbox. If you want three-point...

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How does plotslice used to analyze generalized linear models generate simultaneous confidence bounds?

I'm not sure how you are comparing intervals from |coefCI|, which are for the coefficients, and intervals from |plotSlice|, whic...

How does plotslice used to analyze generalized linear models generate simultaneous confidence bounds?

I'm not sure how you are comparing intervals from |coefCI|, which are for the coefficients, and intervals from |plotSlice|, whic...

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Does fitrm & ranova support within subject models without between subject factors

Instead of 'Y1-Y4' try 'Y1-Y4~1' You do have to specify a complete formula, but you can include just the const...

Does fitrm & ranova support within subject models without between subject factors

Instead of 'Y1-Y4' try 'Y1-Y4~1' You do have to specify a complete formula, but you can include just the const...

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Multiple linear regression to fit data to a third degree polynomial equation with interaction terms

You have only three distinct values in the first column of your X matrix, so you won't be able to estimate constant, linear, qua...

Multiple linear regression to fit data to a third degree polynomial equation with interaction terms

You have only three distinct values in the first column of your X matrix, so you won't be able to estimate constant, linear, qua...

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Reuse dimensionality reduction after designing model

Greg seems to have some good ideas. However, going back to your original question, this is how it looks to me. If you apply PCA ...

Reuse dimensionality reduction after designing model

Greg seems to have some good ideas. However, going back to your original question, this is how it looks to me. If you apply PCA ...

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How to manually set K-means centroids when classifying an image

If your goal is to specify the centroids in advance, and not just have kmeans start with them and adjust them as things go along...

How to manually set K-means centroids when classifying an image

If your goal is to specify the centroids in advance, and not just have kmeans start with them and adjust them as things go along...

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How to create multidimensional arrays of distribution objects?

This looks like something that we should fix in a future release. Meanwhile, perhaps you would find this work-around useful: ...

How to create multidimensional arrays of distribution objects?

This looks like something that we should fix in a future release. Meanwhile, perhaps you would find this work-around useful: ...

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piecewise curve fit of a biexponential function

You have a number of places where you are multiplying two vectors. Most likely you want element-wise multiplication (".*") rathe...

piecewise curve fit of a biexponential function

You have a number of places where you are multiplying two vectors. Most likely you want element-wise multiplication (".*") rathe...

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What's the difference between simultaneous and nonsimultaneous confidence bounds for function？

Take a look at <http://www.mathworks.com/help/curvefit/confidence-and-prediction-bounds.html> especially the table "Types ...

What's the difference between simultaneous and nonsimultaneous confidence bounds for function？

Take a look at <http://www.mathworks.com/help/curvefit/confidence-and-prediction-bounds.html> especially the table "Types ...

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Error importing file using dataset

Would you explain some more? Your quoted line starts "41.2249.214" but you say you want "4" as string, "1.22" as integer, and th...

Error importing file using dataset

Would you explain some more? Your quoted line starts "41.2249.214" but you say you want "4" as string, "1.22" as integer, and th...

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Minimum distance classifier code

If you have the Statistics Toolbox, try "help knnclassify" and consider the case with k=1.

Minimum distance classifier code

If you have the Statistics Toolbox, try "help knnclassify" and consider the case with k=1.

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Plane of best fit (without using the sftool)

If you set up a matrix X with three columns containing your x values, your y values, and a column of twenty ones, and set up a Y...

Plane of best fit (without using the sftool)

If you set up a matrix X with three columns containing your x values, your y values, and a column of twenty ones, and set up a Y...

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How to regress a three-variables function from two two-variables functions?

Is the idea that F1 and F2 both try to predict F using just two of the three possible variables? I'm not sure how you would be e...

How to regress a three-variables function from two two-variables functions?

Is the idea that F1 and F2 both try to predict F using just two of the three possible variables? I'm not sure how you would be e...

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In an assignment A(I) = B, the number of elements in B and I must be the same.

If the variable y is not a vector (if it is a matrix with more than 1 row and column), then sum(y.^2) is not a scalar. It looks ...

In an assignment A(I) = B, the number of elements in B and I must be the same.

If the variable y is not a vector (if it is a matrix with more than 1 row and column), then sum(y.^2) is not a scalar. It looks ...

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Error message from matlab that I do not understand

I see j=1 in your code but I don't see j incremented after that. I suspect you intended to change j somewhere. Here's a hint....

Error message from matlab that I do not understand

I see j=1 in your code but I don't see j incremented after that. I suspect you intended to change j somewhere. Here's a hint....

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How do I calculate the t-statistic of a regression when I already have the coefficients?

If you use regstats to estimate the coefficient standard errors, here's what you get using the Hald data: load hald s = ...

How do I calculate the t-statistic of a regression when I already have the coefficients?

If you use regstats to estimate the coefficient standard errors, here's what you get using the Hald data: load hald s = ...

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Is it possible to use t-copula in Matlab for around 450,000 variables?

I see no limitation imposed by the copularnd function when I look at the code. However, the correlation matrix is going to be 45...

Is it possible to use t-copula in Matlab for around 450,000 variables?

I see no limitation imposed by the copularnd function when I look at the code. However, the correlation matrix is going to be 45...

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How do I calculate the t-statistic of a regression when I already have the coefficients?

The t statistic is the ratio of the estimate to its standard error. If you can determine the standard error, you can take this r...

How do I calculate the t-statistic of a regression when I already have the coefficients?

The t statistic is the ratio of the estimate to its standard error. If you can determine the standard error, you can take this r...

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I have a wblfit error

Nor do I understand it. But if I look inside wblfit I see it displays an error message if either of these is true: if ~isve...

I have a wblfit error

Nor do I understand it. But if I look inside wblfit I see it displays an error message if either of these is true: if ~isve...

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