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How to fit complicated function with 3 fitting parameters using Least square regression
I assume you have vectors of values for V and J, in which case fminsearch might be a good choice. The basic steps are: Write ...

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How to carry out a chi-squared distribution fit?
chi2gof is not the function you want here--it is for an entirely different purpose. The last few lines should be something like:...

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P-value of a fitted distribution to observation?
kstest does return a p value as the second output. Maybe you are supposed to report that.

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performing logistic regression with categorical predictors
This message likely means that two or more of your predictors are redundant. For example, two of the numerical X predictors mig...

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sampling error from a truncated normal distribution
Change the histogram line to this: histogram(d_tnorm,30,'Normalization','pdf')

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How do I share variables between files in a project?
While not the best programming practice, a quick and dirty solution for your situation might be to return a "global-substitute" ...

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Regression of log normal data
Take the log transformation of the data and then it will have a normal distribution. Do the regression on the transformed data....

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How to find the turning point from noisy data
A few ideas: Form a template for the increasing-then-decreasing shape you are looking for, maybe about 50 units wide along your...

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Running an .EXE file with an Input file with a command via matlab
sprintf might be overkill here. Maybe just: status = system('file.exe ab.txt') If file.exe is not on the Windows path, you mi...

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How perform bootstrap balanced resampling of a dataset?
I'm not sure...is this what you want? N = 7; % Small values of N an d K to make it easier to see what it does. K = 5; data = ...

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Inverse Cumulative Distribution Function for a Custom PDF.
If you have the custom PDF function (call it custPDF), then you can compute the custom CDF function something like this: functi...

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How do I access entries in a table that match a string?
This should work: wantedRows = ismember(A.ProxID,nameFolds); wantedZones = A.zone(wantedRows);

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Sum Squared Errors for 3 parameters
It looks like your X2 and X3 'for' loops aren't doing anything, since there is no code between their 'for' and 'end' statements....

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Two-way repeated measures fitrm error
You seem to have only two scores for each participant, M(:,1) and M(:,2), in which case you can find out whether the test means ...

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Nested function in optimisation
Is this what you are trying to compute? PitchRAO = exp(PitchLogRAO);

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Defining a parameter which depends on image luminance distribution function?
If I understand you correctly, I think you want this: L = quantile(B,0.1); if L <= 50 alpha = 0; elseif L >= 50 && L <...

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mixed model for repeated measures
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How to get standard errors from copulafit
You could estimate it by taking bootstrap samples from u.

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Help with linear mixed effects model formula
That model is appropriate if you want to assume these things (in addition to normality, independence, etc): (a) subjects diff...

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fminsearch and simulated annealing with penalties
It depends a little on exactly what relations you want to impose, but often you can do this by mapping MATLAB's real-number para...

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Converting R code into Matlab code
I think MATLAB has a built-in function that you can use instead of the R for loop. Try just: newSpeed= speed-mean(speed)+33.02...

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fsolve - function with two input arguments
function b = find_b(knownX, knownA, guessForB) fun = @(b) pfun2(knownA,b) - knownX; b = fzero(fun,guessForB); end De...

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Fit a parameter to minimise a correlation between two vectors
% Some fake data to use in testing: % Presumably you have your own values for these. nExpts = 10; C = rand(nExpts,1); V1 = r...

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Cascading a User Definable number S Parameter objects together
Maybe this? n = input('Input number of files to be imported & cascaded:\n'); SPara= cell(1,n); for x = 1:n SPara{x} = sp...

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Help with finding the average correlation coefficient between a matrix value and its surrounding neighbors?
A correlation isn't designed to measure the similarity between two isolated values, like your given (i,j) element and each of it...

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calculate a P value using a permutation test
This contribution on file exchange looks like it will do what you want.

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Looping through a large questionnaire set, creating new tables
I hate to say this, but it might be easiest to do a lot of the work in Excel. Note that the data in your screenshot are represe...

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Generate correlated random variables in a wider domain
It looks like 3.15 and 3.4 are the maximum values in the generalized extreme value and pareto distributions with the parameters ...

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Weibull fit to interval censored data
You can do this with Cupid. Here is an example: % Generate some truncated Weibull data just to have an example % of some data ...

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Efficient code for obtaining the probability of X or less, when the PDF is known, but the CDF cannot be expressed precisely
Unless you have closed form or a good approximation to the CDF, it seems like your only option is to integrate the PDF with MATL...

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