This is a blog on statistics and data analysis in MATLAB written by Kendrick. Basically, stuff that I think is cool, interesting, or useful. To run the MATLAB code on this site, you need to download Kendrick's MATLAB utilities. Upcoming topics include ICA, k-means, effect size, regularization, 2D probability distributions, local linear regression, filtering.

Sunday, January 26, 2014

Learning MATLAB

The new version of the Statistics and data analysis in MATLAB class is available at:

Thanks for the post. I think you're very kind to your students. I'm learning MATLAB on my own and yeah, it is hard learning on my own and I spend a lot of time (as in A LOT!) trying to figure things out. Do you use the Image Processing Toolbox? Would be great if you do a post on working with DICOM files.

Sorry, I don't work with DICOMs that much. However, MATLAB does have handy functions (dicomread and dicominfo) for quickly getting the data loaded into MATLAB.

Well, I would say that learning MATLAB with all strategies that often gets copy-pasted that is very important in statistical data analysis and things like calculating positions and pnl, performance metrics and making plots

Thanks for the post. I think you're very kind to your students. I'm learning MATLAB on my own and yeah, it is hard learning on my own and I spend a lot of time (as in A LOT!) trying to figure things out. Do you use the Image Processing Toolbox? Would be great if you do a post on working with DICOM files.

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Sorry, I don't work with DICOMs that much. However, MATLAB does have handy functions (dicomread and dicominfo) for quickly getting the data loaded into MATLAB.

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ReplyDeleteWell, I would say that learning MATLAB with all strategies that often gets copy-pasted that is very important in statistical data analysis and things like calculating positions and pnl, performance metrics and making plots

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