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Click to edit Master subtitle style ENGR132 Loading data and Histograms in MATLAB Prof. Amanda Knutson and GTA Ben Ahn Class 6a Welcome to
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4/24/11 Announcements HW 5 and HW 6 and Project Milestone 4 due in 6B Section 006 -Tuesday Feb 22nd Section 021 – Friday Feb 18th 22
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4/24/11 Learning Objectives At the end of today, you will be able to: Load data files into MATLAB Compute descriptive statistics using MATLAB Minimum, maximum, mean, median, mode, range, and standard deviation Create and compare histograms created using MATLAB and Excel Generate random numbers 33
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4/24/11 Context of Today’s A human body temperature monitoring system is designed to assist in preventing the spread of viruses such as SARS and H1N1 A set of data is collected from healthy individuals using the new system How will you determine if the system is reliable ? (i.e., is the system working within the specification limits?) TemSensorNEWS (Dec. 14, 2009). Body Temp Detectors for H1N1 Flu. [Image]. Retrieved 7 January 2010 from http://www.tempsensornews.com 44
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4/24/11 How will you determine if the system is reliable ? First think individually (1 min) Then, share your answers with the class. 55
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4/24/11 Need More Information? How do you define “healthy”? What are the specification limits? (definition of healthy) 0.7) ° F Men (98.1 + 0.7) °F Healthy Person& (Mean + Standard Deviation) °F Any assumptions? How would you analyze these data? 66
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4/24/11 Our Data Set Looks Like normtemp.dat Body Temp Gender Rest Heart Rate 96.3 1 70 96.7 1 71 96.4 2 69 96.7 2 62 77
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4/24/11 Data Analysis A histogram can help summarize the data & evaluate the system However, we need to look at male and female data separately 88
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