Matlab_Tutorial_PartII_2005 - MATLAB Tutorial Part II...

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MATLAB Tutorial: Part II. Conchi Ausín Olivera Econometrics Ph.D. Program in Business Administration and Quantitative Methods. April 4, 2005 Contents 1 Statistical analysis and simulation using MATLAB 2 1 . 1 D e s c r ip t iv es ta t i s t i c s.................................... 2 1 . 1 . 1 Num e r i c a ld e s c r ip t i on . .............................. 2 1 . 1 . 2 D e s c r ip t iv es ta t i s t i c sw i thth eS t a t i s t i c sT oo
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1 Statistical analysis and simulation using MATLAB The Statistics Toolbox for MATLAB provides a large number of function for analyzing data. How- ever, in practical situations, we are often faced with the di culty of programming. In these notes, we will consider di f erent problems that will be solved both by programming and by using the Statistical Toolbox for MATLAB. This toolbox includes functions for Probability distributions, Parameter estimations, Descriptive Statistics, Multivariate statistics, Linear and nonlinear mod- eling, Statistical plotting, Statistical Process Control, Design of Experiments, Hypothesis Tests, Cluster Analysis. See help stats . 1.1 Descriptive statistics 1.1.1 Numerical description We can de f ne this simple function to compute the mean value of the elements of a vector.
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