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#1 Re: Formulas » Standard Deviation » 2013-03-21 06:42:31

sorry i had to leave for some time. I made a small testing , saw max no = 160. Of course most of the slots are value 0. Lets say only 30 slots have a value {3,4, 10 , 20 , 34 etc)

#2 Re: Formulas » Standard Deviation » 2013-03-21 03:54:03

I don't know what is this.
But i know it has fields like float and double.

#3 Re: Formulas » Standard Deviation » 2013-03-21 03:46:22

yes I am using C++ in eclipse.

#4 Re: Formulas » Standard Deviation » 2013-03-21 03:37:17

can i do this, turn it to a number?

#5 Re: Formulas » Standard Deviation » 2013-03-21 03:26:52

it would be easy to compare it with another array, slot by slot. But i want to get a value out of each array. Thinking of the array as a graph-> can i get a value out of it? area perhaps?distance of the area from 0? perhaps 2 or 3 small areas on a graph separated by 0 color values? sorry i can not think anything to compare 2 graphs that may look completely different.

#6 Re: Formulas » Standard Deviation » 2013-03-21 02:35:29

Hello again
i have another issue, if you could assist.
I have an array of integers from 0 - 250 positions, each one containing an integer. Is it possible to get a single value for this array, so that I can tell the difference between this array and other future arrays? Perhaps an integral?

#7 Formulas » Standard Deviation » 2013-02-24 22:13:42

panicoschr
Replies: 17

Hello. Can someone help me on this ?
Is it possible to calculate Standard Deviation for points distrubuted in 3-axis?
X Y Z.

Thanks

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