Frequency distribution matlab

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Read data from text (ASCII) file

>> filename = 'fakedata.dat'; >> delimiter = ''; % all whitespace as a single delimiter. Use '\t' for tab delimiter, or ' ' for a single-space as a delimiter >> rowsToSkip = 0; >> colsToSkip = 0; % Read in the data from filename into a 2D array that has N rows % and M columns. >> alldata = dlmread(filename, delimiter, rowsToSkip, colsToSkip); % check the size of the alldata array >> size(alldata) 6 2 % Pull out column 1 and call it "x" >> x = alldata(:,1); % Pull out column 2 and call it "y" >> y = alldata(:,2); % Plot the x-y data with black circles >> plot(x,y,'ko');

Generate a list of numbers, uniformly spaced

% Generate a list of numbers from 2 to 3 (inclusive), spaced by 0.2 >> x = 2:0.2:3 x = 2.0000 2.2000 2.4000 2.6000 2.8000 3.0000

Find the indices of elements of an array that satisfy a criteria

If you have an array of, say, wavelengths: >> allwavelengths = 5000:1:7000; >> length(allwavelengths) 2001 and you want to pull out all wavelengths between 6000 and 6200 angstroms, you could do: >> indices = find( (allwavelengths >=6000) & (allwavelengths <=6200) ); >> mywavelengths = allwavelengths(indices); >> length(mywavelengths) 201

Generate random numbers

>> gausMean = 0; >> gausSigma = 1; % Make a single random number >> random('Normal', gausMean, gausSigma); -2.5644 % Make a 1x5 array of random numbers >> random('Normal', gausMean, gausSigma, 1, 5); -0.1748 -0.4807 0.8368 2.5383 -1.3233 % Other distributions are: Uniform, Poisson, Binomial % For more, see: http://www.mathworks.com/help/stats/random.html

Plot a discrete data distribution (e.g. poisson)

You can generate poisson distributions in matlab with poisspdf(). e.g. x = 0:1:5; mean = 1; y = poisspdf(x,mean); plot(x,y,'k*'); But wouldn't it be nice to plot this data as a histogram (e.g. to compare to data). You can use the stairs() plotting function: stairs(x,y,'k');

Make a histogram

% Define the centers of the x-axis bins for the histogram % Ranges from -5 to 7 (inclusive) in steps of 2. >> xcenters = -5:2:7; % Define some dummy data to be "histogrammed" yvals=[-0.1,0,0.1,1.1,1.9,2.0,-2,2.00001,4]; % Compute and draw the histogram hist(yvals,xcenters) Note, to go from bin edges (lower) to bin centers: >> binwidth = xloweredges(1)-xloweredges(2); % assumes all bins are uniformly spaced >> xcenters = xloweredges + 0.5*binwidth;

Fitting data with simple modelswhere "simple" means model is linear in model parameters

If you want to fit a function to data and the model is linear in the parameters, then it is possible to exactly calculate the best-fit model parameters given the data (assuming a least-squares fit). For example, a polynomial (including a linear fit = a first-order polynomial) can easily be fit to data using MATLAB's polyfit() function % Generate fake data whose underlying model is a line >> slope = 3.0; >> yintercept = -4; >> x = 0:1:5; >> noise = random('Normal', 0, 0.5, 1, length(x)); >> y = slope*x + yintercept + noise; >> plot(x, y, 'ko') >> hold on; % Now fit a line (1st order polynomial) to the data >> polyorder = 1; % 1st order polynomial >> [fitparams, info] = polyfit(x, y, polyorder); % Display the fit >> xbest = min(x):0.01:max(x); % make a lot of points! >> ybest = polyval(fitparams, xbest); >> plot(xbest, ybest, 'k--'); Download code here

Weighted fits of simple models to data

This code generates dummy data with error bars in the y-coordinate. It then performs a weighted linear fit (black dashed line) (actually this is a a polynomial fit of first order) to this data and returns the parameter and parameter uncertainties. Additionally, an unweighted fit is performed (blue dashed curve) to show that by ignoring the error bars (the weights), the best-fit line is pulled low by the (relatively uncertain) point at x=4. For weighted fitting, we make use of the publicly available wpolyfit routine (also here or here). Download code here

Fitting Poisson, Gaussian or other Probability distributions to data

Download dataset freqVsBins.dat When fitting a Poisson distribution to data, many potential problems arise. For example, if the mean of the data is large (say, 400), then matlab cannot compute factorial(400): >>> factorial(400) ans = Inf And so simply using nlinfit() with a user-defined Poisson function will fail because of division by infinity.... Instead, it's safer to use fitdist() (though this requires that the statistics toolbox be installed). On the macs in 154, the stats toolbox is installed. Here is sample code that will read in 2 column of binned data (bins, frequency) and fit a poisson and gaussian PDF and plot all three on the same axes. allData = dlmread('freqVsBins.dat'); xbins = allData(:,1); ycts = allData(:,2); pd_poisson = fitdist(xbins, 'poisson', 'frequency', ycts); pd_gaussian = fitdist(xbins, 'normal', 'frequency', ycts); binWidth = xbins(2)-xbins(1); normConst = sum(ycts)*binWidth; plot(xbins,ycts,'k*'); hold on; plot(xbins, normConst*poisspdf(xbins, pd_poisson.Params(1))); plot(xbins, normConst*normpdf(xbins, pd_gaussian.Params(1), pd_gaussian.Params(2)), 'r'); hold off; Download code poisson_vs_gaussian.m
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tabulate

Description

example

displays a frequency table of the data in the vector . For each unique value in , the function shows the number of instances and percentage of that value in . See .

example

returns the frequency table as a numeric matrix when is numeric and as a cell array otherwise.

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Tabulate Data Vector

Create a frequency table for a vector of data.

Load the data set. Display the first five entries of the variable. Each value indicates the gender of a patient.

ans = 5x1 cell {'Male' } {'Male' } {'Female'} {'Female'} {'Female'}

Generate a frequency table that shows the number and percentage of and patients in the data set.

Value Count Percent Male 47 47.00% Female 53 53.00%

Tabulate Positive Integer Vector

Create a frequency table for a vector of positive integers. By default, if a vector contains only positive integers, then returns 0 counts for the integers between and that do not appear in . To avoid this behavior, convert the vector to a vector before calling .

Load the data set. Display the first five entries of the variable. Each value indicates the height, in inches, of a patient.

Create a frequency table that shows, in its second and third columns, the number and percentage of patients in the data set that have a particular height. Display the first five entries and the last five entries of the matrix that returns. contains one row for each height between and inches, where is the maximum height value in .

tbl = tabulate(Height); first = tbl(1:5,:)
first = 5×3 1 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 4 0 0 5 0 0
last = 5×3 68 15 15 69 8 8 70 11 11 71 10 10 72 4 4

Generate a frequency table that shows and values only for heights that appear in the variable. Convert to a variable, and then call the function.

newHeight = categorical(Height); tabulate(newHeight)
Value Count Percent 60 1 1.00% 62 3 3.00% 63 7 7.00% 64 12 12.00% 65 8 8.00% 66 15 15.00% 67 6 6.00% 68 15 15.00% 69 8 8.00% 70 11 11.00% 71 10 10.00% 72 4 4.00%

Create Table Array from Tabulated Data

Create a frequency table from a character array by using . Convert the resulting cell array to a array, and visualize the results.

Load the data set. Tabulate the data in the variable, which shows the country of origin of each car in the data set. Convert the resulting cell array to a array . Change the column to a vector.

load carsmall tbl = tabulate(Origin); t = cell2table(tbl,'VariableNames', ... {'Value','Count','Percent'}); t.Value = categorical(t.Value)
t=6×3 table Value Count Percent _______ _____ _______ USA 69 69 France 4 4 Japan 15 15 Germany 9 9 Sweden 2 2 Italy 1 1

Create a bar graph from the frequency table.

bar(t.Value,t.Count) xlabel('Country of Origin') ylabel('Number of Cars')

Tabulate Data with Missing Values

Create a frequency table from a numeric vector with values.

Load the data set. The variable contains the miles per gallon measurement of 100 cars. For six of the cars, the value is missing ().

nanindex = isnan(MPG); numMissingMPG = length(MPG(nanindex))

Create a frequency table using . Convert the matrix output from to a table, and label the table columns.

tbl = tabulate(MPG); t = array2table(tbl,'VariableNames', ... {'Value','Count','Percent'})
t=37×3 table Value Count Percent _____ _____ _______ 9 1 1.0638 10 2 2.1277 11 1 1.0638 13 4 4.2553 14 5 5.3191 14.5 1 1.0638 15 5 5.3191 15.5 1 1.0638 16 2 2.1277 16.5 2 2.1277 17 1 1.0638 17.5 2 2.1277 18 4 4.2553 18.5 1 1.0638 19 2 2.1277 20 2 2.1277 ⋮

The frequency table displays data only for the 94 cars with numeric values. calculates the percentage of each value in this subset of cars, not the entire set of 100 cars.

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— Input datanumeric vector | logical vector | categorical vector | character array | string array | cell array of character vectors

Input data, specified as a numeric vector, logical vector, categorical vector, character array, string array, or cell array of character vectors.

• If is a numeric vector, then is a numeric matrix.

• If is a logical vector, categorical vector, character array, string array, or cell array of character vectors, then is a cell array.

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If the elements of are positive integers, then the frequency table includes counts for the integers between and that do not appear in . For an example, see Tabulate Positive Integer Vector.

Data Types: | | | | | |

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— Frequency tablenumeric matrix | cell array

Frequency table, returned as a numeric matrix or cell array. includes the following information.

ColumnDescription
1st column (Value)Unique values of
2nd column (Count)Number of instances of each value
3rd column (Percent)Percentage of each value

Tall ArraysCalculate with arrays that have more rows than fit in memory.

This function fully supports tall arrays. For more information, see Tall Arrays.

Introduced before R2006a

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Key focus: With examples, let’s estimate and plot the probability density function of a random variable using Matlab histogram function.

Generation of random variables with required probability distribution characteristic is of paramount importance in simulating a communication system. Let’s see how we can generate a simple random variable, estimate and plot the probability density function (PDF) from the generated data and then match it with the intended theoretical PDF. Normal random variable is considered here for illustration. Other types of random variables like uniform, Bernoulli, binomial, Chi-squared, Nakagami-m are illustrated in the next section.

Step 1: Create the random variable

A survey of commonly used fundamental methods to generate a given random variable is given in [1]. For this demonstration, we will consider the normal random variable with the following parameters : $\mu$ – mean and $\sigma$ – standard deviation. First generate a vector of randomly distributed random numbers of sufficient length (say 100000) with some valid values for $\mu$ and $\sigma$ . There are more than one way to generate this. Some of them are given below.

● Method 1: Using the in-built random function (requires statistics toolbox)

mu=0;sigma=1;%mean=0,deviation=1 L=100000; %length of the random vector R = random('Normal',mu,sigma,L,1);%method 1

●  Method 2: Using randn function that generates normally distributed random numbers having $\mu = 0$ and $\sigma$ = 1

mu=0;sigma=1;%mean=0,deviation=1 L=100000; %length of the random vector R = randn(L,1)*sigma + mu; %method 2

● Method 3: Box-Muller transformation [2] method using rand function that generates uniformly distributed random numbers

mu=0;sigma=1;%mean=0,deviation=1 L=100000; %length of the random vector U1 = rand(L,1); %uniformly distributed random numbers U(0,1) U2 = rand(L,1); %uniformly distributed random numbers U(0,1) Z = sqrt(-2log(U1)).cos(2piU2);%Standard Normal distribution R = Z*sigma+mu;%Normal distribution with mean and sigma

Step 2: Plot the estimated histogram

Typically, if we have a vector of random numbers that is drawn from a distribution, we can estimate the PDF using the histogram tool.  Matlab supports two in-built functions to compute and plot histograms:

● hist – introduced before R2006a
● histogram – introduced in R2014b

Which one to use ? Matlab’s help page points that the histfunction is notrecommended for several reasons and the issue of inconsistency is one among them. The histogram function is the recommended function to use.

Estimate and plot the normalized histogram using the recommended ‘histogram’ function. And for verification, overlay the theoretical PDF for the intended distribution. When using the histogram function to plot the estimated PDF from the generated random data, use ‘pdf’ option for ‘Normalization’ option. Do not use the ‘probability’ option for ‘Normalization’ option, as it will not match the theoretical PDF curve.

histogram(R,'Normalization','pdf'); %plot estimated pdf from the generated data X = -4:0.1:4; %range of x to compute the theoretical pdf fx_theory = pdf('Normal',X,mu,sigma); %theoretical normal probability density hold on; plot(X,fx_theory,'r'); %plot computed theoretical PDF title('Probability Density Function'); xlabel('values - x'); ylabel('pdf - f(x)'); axis tight; legend('simulated','theory');

However, if you do not have Matlab version that was released before R2014b, use the ‘hist’ function and get the histogram frequency counts ($f$) and the bin-centers ($x$). Using these data, normalize the frequency counts using the overall area under the histogram. Plot this normalized histogram and overlay the theoretical PDF for the chosen parameters.

%For those who don't have access to 'histogram' function %get un-normalized values from hist function with same number of bins as histogram function numBins=50; %choose appropriately [f,x]=hist(R,numBins); %use hist function and get unnormalized values figure; plot(x,f/trapz(x,f),'b-*');%plot normalized histogram from the generated data X = -4:0.1:4; %range of x to compute the theoretical pdf fx_theory =   pdf('Normal',X,mu,sigma); %theoretical normal probability density hold on; plot(X,fx_theory,'r'); %plot computed theoretical PDF title('Probability Density Function'); xlabel('values - x'); ylabel('pdf - f(x)'); axis tight; legend('simulated','theory');

Step 3: Theoretical PDF:

The given code snippets above,  already include the command to plot the theoretical PDF by using the ‘pdf’ function in Matlab. It you do not have access to this function, you could use the following equation for computing the theoretical PDF

$f_X(x) = \frac{1}{ \sqrt{ 2 \pi \sigma^2 }} exp \left[ -\frac{ \left( x-\mu \right) ^2}{2 \sigma^2} \right]$

The code snippet for that purpose is given next.

X = -4:0.1:4; %range of x to compute the theoretical pdf fx_theory = 1/sqrt(2*pi*sigma^2)*exp(-0.5*(X-mu).^2./sigma^2); plot(X,fx_theory,'k'); %plot computed theoretical PDF

Note: The functions – ‘random’ and ‘pdf’ , requires statistics toolbox.

References:

[1] John Mount, ‘Six Fundamental Methods to Generate a Random Variable’, January 20, 2012.↗
[2] Thomas, D. B., Luk. W., Leong, P. H. W., and Villasenor, J. D. 2007. Gaussian random number generators. ACM Comput. Surv. 39, 4, Article 11 (October 2007), 38 pages DOI = 10.1145/1287620.1287622 http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1287620.1287622.↗

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The Time-Frequency Toolbox (TFTB) is a collection of about 100 scripts for GNU Octave and Matlab (R) developed for the analysis of non-stationary signals using time-frequency distributions. It is primary intended for researchers, engineers and students with some basic knowledge in signal processing.

The toolbox contains numerous algorithms which implements various kind of time-frequency analysis with a special emphasis on quadratic energy distributions of the Cohen and affine classes, along with their version enhanced by the reassignment method. The toolbox also includes signal generation procedures, processing/post-processing routines (with display utilities) and a number of demonstrations.

The TFTB is distributed under the terms of the GNU Public Licence.

GNU Octave users, please check this important note.

It can also be accessed from CVS (read-only) with viewCVS or using the anonymous account (no password is needed): export CVS_RSH="ssh"cvs -z3 -d:pserver:[email protected]:/sources/tftb co tftb

Note: when you later update from within the module's directory (with cvs update) you do not need the -d option anymore.

Mailing lists

There are two mailing lists devoted to the TFTB.

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Administrators only can send a message to this list.
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Documentation

Each function of the Toolbox is documented by an online help. A reference manual collects them all in a single document.

Bug report

Before you file a bug, please read through the list of current and previous bugs to determine if your bug has already been filed. If your bug does not appear in the list, compile a description of the problem including a concise reproducible example and submit a bug report. If you succeeded in identifying the problem and you have a solution, join a patch to your bug report. Please, format the patch with the command diff -c old/file.m new/file.m > patch

History and acknowledgments

The TFTB has been developed by François Auger, Olivier Lemoine, Paulo Gonçalvès and Patrick Flandrin under the auspices of the CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) within its GdR Information, Signal et Images. Parts of the Toolbox have also been written at Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering of Rice University with the support of the NSF. We would like to thank the people who helped in various ways.

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To avoid this behavior, convert the vector x to a categorical vector before calling tabulate. Using the Graphical User Interface (GUI) for the Matlab software, front panel is designed as control panel involving all functions and tools necessary for the analysis. [7 marks] (ii) Write the necessary Matlab codes (with appropriate arguments) that can be used to produce a frequency distribution plot similar to that shown. probability density function of normal distribution on top of the relative. Create a frequency table for a vector of positive integers. polarFreq primarily plots wind speed-direction frequencies in ‘bins’. The bottom plot shows the phase φ = arg G by which the transfer function shifts the input. Bode plot of the model response. x = [0:5:100]; y = x; plot(x, y) When you run the file, MATLAB displays the following plot −. Matlab Code to plot Sampling rate or frequency The original “ abracadabras ” signals at 44100Hz sampling frequency. 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Plot Frequency distribution (increment) and Normal distribution on the same graph and set up proper figure elements. Typically, if we have a vector of random numbers that is drawn from a distribution, we can estimate the PDF using the histogram tool. fftSignal = fft (signal); %apply fftshift to put it in the form we are used to (see documentation) fftSignal = fftshift (fftSignal); %Next, calculate the frequency axis, which is defined by the sampling rate. frequencies (it can be sound to have diﬀerent amplitudes and well separated frequencies). FFT-Based Time-Frequency Analysis. Function to plot wind speed/direction frequencies and other statistics. Learn more about frequency, fft, psd, matlab r2017b 'Ph'- min=0 degree, max=360 degree & 'q'- min=-4e-12, max=4.5e-12. Seaborn is a Python data visualization library based on Matplotlib. Steps for constructing an ogive plot: Draw and label the x (horizontal) and the y (vertical) axes. The relative frequency is the absolute frequency normalised by the total number of events. Compute spectrum of abracadabras for sampling frequency at 44100Hz. Frequency Response –MATLAB clear clc close all % Define Transfer function num=[1]; den=[1, 1]; H = tf(num, den) % Frequency Response bode(H); grid on The frequency response is an important tool for analysis and design of signal filters and for analysis and design of control systems. In this example, we will draw … This is the data for the histogram to the right, using 500 items: The words used to describe the patterns in a histogram are: "symmetric", "skewed left" or "right", "unimodal", "bimodal" or "multimodal". 'Ph'- min=0 degree, max=360 degree & 'q'- min=-4e-12, max=4.5e-12. f = fs/2*linspace (-1,1,fs); %Since the signal is complex, we need to plot the magnitude to get it to. Transfer Function: MATLAB Code: [3 marks] Welch Power Spectral Density Estimate 20 10 X 0.1016 Y 10.91 X 0.3984 … Exercise 6. 8 views ... 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Generate 5,000 … It was based off of MATLAB circa 1999, and this often shows. a Gaussian in the frequency … and standard deviation of the 1x 5000 sums of dice values, and plot the. represent instantaneous frequency(IF) laws, from time–frequency distributions ( Time-Frequency Toolbox For Use with MATLAB Reference Guide 1995-1996 ... ZAM Zhao-Atlas-Marks distribution Time-Frequency Toolbox Reference Guide, October 26, 2005 ... plots an Altes signal of 128 points whose normalized frequency goes from 0.45 down to 0.1. Prior to version 2.0, Matplotlib's defaults are not exactly the best choices. If you change the definition of your frequency vector and the corresponding plot command you'll see what you expect to see (i.e. Zipf’s Law, an empirical law formulated using mathematical statistics, refers to the fact that words in human languages occur according to a famously systematic frequency distribution such that there are few very high frequency words that … This article deals with the distribution plots in seaborn which is used for examining univariate and bivariate distributions. However, if you do not have Matlab version that was released before R2014b, use the ‘hist’ function and get the histogram frequency counts () and the bin-centers ( ). Using these data, normalize the frequency counts using the overall area under the histogram. Plot this normalized histogram and overlay the theoretical PDF for the chosen parameters.

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Normal (Gaussian) Distribution and Probability Density (+MATLAB)

How can I create histograms of relative frequency?

The following example plots a bar chart of the relative frequency of data "y" in the data range -8 to 94 at intervals of 17.

The data is as follows:

y = [45 40 28 51 18 35 29 21 29 22 38 24 34 37 43 44 48 ...

28 9 41 31 40 24 17 15 37 33 35 28 25 25 31 29 44 ...

41 43 29 25 45 17 61 94 51 39 50 37 40 64 34 20];

Calculating the desired interval width, and creating the desired data range:

numIntervals = 5;

intervalWidth = (max(y) - min(y))/numIntervals;

x = -8:intervalWidth:94;

Next, use the HISTC function to find the frequency of each data range "x" in the given data set "y". This function returns the histogram count for a data set and range.

ncount = histc(y,x);

Calculate the relative frequency of each data range by dividing the frequency by the total number of data points:

relativefreq = ncount/length(y);

Finally plot the relative frequency versus the data ranges as a bar chart. On this chart, the bars will be adjoining, and the tick marks on the x-axis will label the extent of each bar's data range.

bar(x-intervalWidth/2, relativefreq,1)

xlim([min(x) max(x)])

set(gca, 'xtick', x)

Note that the BAR function centers the bars it creates on the supplied x-data. So this data has been translated by half an interval so the extents of the bar width fall on the limits of the data ranges.

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