# Least Squares Method: Theory and Implementation

A Hands-on Approach
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3,512 students
Least Squares Method: Theory and Implementation
Rating: 3.8 out of 5 (20 ratings)
3,512 students
Theory of Least Squares Method
Python Implementation of Least Squares Method
MATLAB Implementation of Least Squares Method
JavaScript Implementation of Least Squares Method

## Requirements

• Basic Mathematics
• Python Programming
• MATLAB Programming
• JavaScript Programming

## Description

In this tutorial firstly the mathematical foundations of a special case of Least Squares method has been reviewed. Then, using three programming languages, MATLAB, Python and JavaScript (using mathjs), the method has been implemented, from scratch

By the end of this course you will be able to know about the fundamental theory of least squares method and implementing that using Python, MATLAB and JavaScript programming languages .

## Who this course is for:

• Engineering Students
• Statistics and Probability students
• Data Scientists and Machine Learning Engineers
• Anyone interested in numerical methods

## Course content

1 section • 5 lectures • 39m total length
• How least squares method works?
07:08
• Implementation of Least Squares Method in MATLAB – Part 1
06:48
• Implementation of Least Squares Method in MATLAB – Part 2
07:34
• Implementation of Least Squares Method in Python
07:11
• Implementation of Least Squares Method in JavaScript
10:38

## Instructors

• 4.3 Instructor Rating
• 2,142 Reviews
• 46,593 Students
• 9 Courses

The Yarpiz project is aimed to be a resource of academic and professional scientific source codes and tutorials, specially Computational Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Evolutionary Computation. Beside video tutorials, various source codes are available to download, via Yarpiz website.

The word Yarpiz (pronounced /jɑrpəz/) is an Azeri Turkish word, meaning Pennyroyal or Mentha Pulegium plant.

Programmer and Instructor
• 4.3 Instructor Rating
• 2,142 Reviews
• 46,593 Students
• 9 Courses

Mostapha Kalami Heris was born in 1983, in Heris, Iran. He received B.S. from Tabriz University in 2006, M.S. from Ferdowsi University of Mashad in 2008, and PhD from Khaje Nasir Toosi University of Technology in 2013, all in Control and Systems Engineering.

Dr. Kalami is also co-founder of, executive officer of, and an instructor in FaraDars, an online education organization located in Iran. Also, he is a member of Yarpiz Team, which is provider of academic source codes and tutorials. He is mostly interested in the computer programming, machine learning, artificial intelligence, meta-heuristics and control engineering topics.