Introduction to Hypothesis Testing with MATLAB

October 2nd, 2008 | Categories: matlab | Tags:

I’ve linked to Blinkdagger a few times before because they write great introductory tutorials on how to use MATLAB in various fields. Their latest one, written by Rob Slazas, takes a look at how you can use some of the functions in the MATLAB statistics toolbox to test a hypothesis.

I freely admit to knowing nothing about this subject so couldn’t possibly comment on the technical accuracy of the post (although I would imagine that it’s just fine) but it certainly looks like a nice place to start. Head on over to blinkdagger to take a look.

  1. October 3rd, 2008 at 01:08
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    Thank for the link!

  2. October 3rd, 2008 at 03:28
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    Hi Mike,

    Thanks for the nod on our hypothesis testing post! I like your blog too and the collection of topics you hit while walking randomly. With the series on statistics over at Blinkdagger, our goal is to take down some of the learning curve so more people can take advantage of these powerful tools in MATLAB.