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Hi all.

I want to know how do I declare symbol in maple. Say y=2x+b, I want maple to treat this y as a function of x with b as a constant (or symbol). How should I do that?

More specificaly, I am trying to ask maple to do some calculation for me. and it returns me "Fail". So I am suspecting that maple didn't take other letters as symbol. Here is my code:

 

with(Statistics); h := RandomVariable(Exponential(H)); simplify(PDF(h, t))

with(Statistics); g := RandomVariable(Exponential(G)); simplify(PDF(g, t))

constants := constants, Ps Pr

PDF(Ps*g*h/(Pr*g+2), t)

 

 

but maple return:

          Fail

 

 

 

Hello, I am a student typing up my homework assignments with maple, and I am takinng Inferential Statistics.  I can't figure out how to make the bar over a variable, so I can note the average.  It is just a line over a letter.  Kind of when notating a vector without the arrow.  It would be very helpful because I can't figure out how to make that symbol, it is not listed on the symbols list on the left side.

Thanks!

Hi all,

I tried to used some statistical methods to analyze the data in maple and encountered some problems.

I wanted to perform a cluster analysis to quantify differences among individual samples and hoped to create the dendrogram like this:

 

For example, each sample is assigned to a cluster and there are about 4 main clusters plus additional outliers in this case through the dendrogram method.

But I didn't find any related command to create this kind of graph. How to realize this analysis in Maple? 

I'd appreciate any help on this topic. Thank a lot.

I have a statistics task that is very complicated to me, and I would really appretiate some help!

I believe that I have completed task a, but task b and c seems to be too hard for me to grasp.

Here is a presentation of the task text:

 

xi 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
yi 12.3 12.8 16.8 17.9 20.5 22.7 24.9 27.5 26.9 29.4 30.3 34.2 36.4 36.7 41.1

Assume that the data represents independent realizations of a "linearlnormal" model.

Yi = α + β xi + ei i = 1..15,

where ei˜N(0,σ), where sigma is unknown.

 

(a) create a scatterplot of the data {f(xi,yi)}15 ; i=1
Then calculate the empiric correlation coefficient.

(b) Find the minimum least square estimate for α & β.

(c) Create a 95% confidence interval for the parameter β. What does this confidence interval express?

Is there anyone out there who are able to help me with some maplecode?


thanks in advance,

Soeta

Hi folks,

from an experiment I gathered some data which I am now trying to display in a nice plot. The data contains x and y values (as well as errors for the y values, that are not part of my problem however). It appears that 'ErrorPlot' (Statistics package) seems to be the tool to use in my case, however I am not able to figure out how to assign the x values to the y values. By default Maple uses positive integers as the x values for any input set. Let's say my data is

x:=[1,5,8,9,10,15]

y:=[4,3,2,8,9,9] (with errors yr:=[0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5])

then, now matter how I try, the x values assigned are always 1,2,3,.. . Doing sth. like

> ErrorPlot([x,y]);

displays the sets of x and y each being assigned to integers rather than plotting y over x.
Can anybody help me with this issue?

 

tl;dr

How do I assign individual x values for my set of data using 'ErrorPlot' (from the Statistics pkg)?

 

Thank you very much!

Greets,
mulo

Hi, 

When I try the example of a histogram plot from the help system (under Statistics, Histogram), I get an error.

The example (entered in document mode) and error follow below.  Can someone please shed light on this?

with Statistics; with(plots):
N := RandomVariable(Normal(0, 1)):
A := Sample(N, 1000):
P := DensityPlot(Normal(0, 1), color = "Niagara Red"):
Q := Histogram(A, averageshifted = 4, style = polygon, color = "LightSlateGrey"):

To plot the density function of the continuous uniform distribution on [-1,1], my initial attempt was: 

plot(Statistics:-PDF(Statistics:-RandomVariable(Uniform(-1,1)),x), x = -1.1 .. 1.1);

See plot below.


But I wanted something more like the wikipedia image (without the labels, naturally):

See plot below.

In words, I expected a horizontal line on the left of x=-1 and on the right of x=1 (at y=0), and I expected no vertical line at the x=-1 and x=1 points ...

what is the difference between the autocorrelation function of Maple and MatLab function xcorr?

> N := 1024;
> f1 := 1;
> FS := 200;
> n := Vector([`$`(0 .. N-1)]);
> x := evalf(`~`[sin](2*Pi*f1*n/FS));
> t := Vector([`$`(1 .. N)]/FS);
> plot(t, x, axes = box, gridlines, color = blue, title = "Sinwave of frequency 1000Hz [FS=8000Hz]", labels = ["Time, [s]",

"Amplitude"], labeldirections = ["horizontal", "vertical"]);

Is it possible to display on a same graph the error of type I and type II error given n, alpha and beta?

PowerTest

applet.zip

Gracias

hello

This is what I have written out in Maple, and I have been trying to plot into a graph, but am having no luck at all.  Do you have any advice for what my next step should be. I'm using a simplified version of Brain and Cousens model.

> restart;

> with(plots);

> with(Statistics);

y := (x) -> (d+fx)/(1+h*x^b) , x > 0

b := 2; d := 1; h := 1;

This is the question: Let b = 2, d = 1 and h = 1 

UncertaityofCalibrat.mw

within the attached document, is the idea that I would like to develop with the optimization package.

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