# Statistics with MATLAB

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Statistics with MATLAB
Rating: 3.9 out of 5 (23 ratings)
3,065 students
Statistics with MATLAB

### Requirements

• Statistic knowledge at beginner level
Description

In this course, statistic subjects will be covered using MATLAB. We will start with the explanation of vectors, matrices and cells, then proceed with the tables which is an important subject in statistics. Density functions and cumulative distribution functions will be explained. Histograms and boxplots use in MATLAB will be explained by examples. We will consider Hypothesis tests using MATLAB functions ztest, ttest, vartest. Analysis of variance, and multivariate analysis of variance will be studied using MATLAB. Linear and non-linear regression models will be covered. Generation of random data for definite densities and simulation using random data is the last topic to be covered in this course.

Who this course is for:
• Anyone interested in statistics and matlab
Course content
5 sections • 17 lectures • 5h 2m total length
• Introduction
03:10
• Creating, Concatenating, and Expanding Matrices
13:56
• Accessing to the Elements of Vectors and Matrices
16:16
• Reshaping and sorting vectors and matrices
12:40
• Multidimentional arrays
24:54
• Cell array creation and accessing to the elements of cell arrays
19:21
• Access Data in Cell Array
12:42
• Table creation in MATLAB
11:40
• Table creation from file using readtable matlab function and import table icon
28:23
• Table creation, assigning row and variable names and accessing to the elements
20:46
• Table indexing methods
31:27
• Histogram plot using the MATLAB histogram() function
26:00
• Histogram plot using the MATLAB histogram() function
11:12
• Histogram Plot with Normalization
17:03
• Plot multiple histograms, fitting pdf to normalized histogram
18:26
• 2D Histogram plot using histogram2() MATLAB function
20:19
• Z-TEST using MATLAB
14:17

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