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ENGR132_Class7B_Knutson

# ENGR132_Class7B_Knutson - Welcome to ENGR132 Linear...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style ENGR132 Linear Regression Practice Section 006 & 021 Prof. Amanda Knutson and GTA Ben Ahn Class 7b Welcome to

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4/24/11 Intended Major Survey Make sure to complete the intended major survey by Friday March 4th on blackboard at the bottom of home page Advisors need this info so they can forward your academic records to the appropriate schools for registration You are not bound by this decision – you can change your mind as you prepare to register for the fall 22
4/24/11 Milestone 6 and 8 due Next Tuesday Each team will present their detailed prototypes (paper mock ups of how your GUI will look AND/OR professional flow charts of how your code will work) Specify Inputs/Outputs for each function, give details about equations that you will use inside those functions Indicate how you will use all the required programming structures (loops/conditional statements/vector variables/ 1 user defined function per team member) 33

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4/24/11 GUI?? What’s That? Check out this video (you will be required to watch it in preparation for the Graphical User Interface lecture after spring break anyway) http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=D_hmws6dwgg 44
4/24/11 Learning Objectives At the end of these topics, you will begin to be able to: Manually calculate SSE, SST, r2 Produce the equation of a regression line, plot the line, and calculate r2 using Excel Produce the equation of a regression line, plot the line, and calculate r2 using MATLAB 55

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4/24/11 Review of Linear Regression Basics Linear regression describes the relationship between the two variables ( x and y ) as a line .
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