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Hi

For the data presented below, assuming a linear model yields to observe the great amounts of standard errors.

Is there a way (an appropriate command) to find the best statistical model?

 

Y := `<,>`(.2, .2, .2, .2, .2, .3, .3, .3, .3, .3, .3, .35, .35, .35, .35, .35, .35);

X := `<,>`(2, 2.2, 2.4, 2.6, 2.8, 2, 2.2, 2.4, 2.6, 2.8, 3, 2, 2.2, 2.4, 2.6, 2.8, 3);

Z := `<,>`(15, 33.7, 62.8, 188, 394, 5.47, 5.82, 6.21, 8.3, 11.5, 24.1, .372, .485, .675, 1.11, 1.27, 1.35);

Statistics:-Fit(add(add(a[k, n-k]*x^k*y^(n-k), k = 0 .. n), n = 0 .. 2), `<|>`(X, Y), Z, [x, y], summarize = embed)

 

 

I want to know about some algorithms used by Maple, if there is a way to dig through the code.

I want to solve an ODE of second order with Adams-Bashforth method.

It seems the solution has convergence for a small range of requested interval.

Please download the file from link below and made your comment on it.

Thank you for taking your time

https://ufile.io/f9a0e

An error message during opening a Maple file is seen:

ibb.co/hqOOkJ

I put the file link in below. The Maple file has been saved as Maple 2016.

https://files.fm/u/jpc3k5s4

I will be grateful if you can recover the file. Thanks

Hi

Two sets of ordered pairs (i.e. A and B) are calculated in a problem.

A = {[0.5, 3.15], [1, 4.87], [1.5, 6.56], [2, 8.22]}

B = {[0.5, 3.67], [1, 4.94], [1.5, 5.29], [2, 5.93]}

Two control points are considered to check the validity of interpolated polynomials as follows:

- Control point for A:

  Calculated by interpolation [1.75, 7.3959] ... Exact amount [1.75, 7.3971]

- Control point for B:

  Calculated by interpolation [1.75, 5.4981] ... Exact amount [1.75, 5.6225]

The calculated polynomial via interpolation for sets A and B are plotted for independent variable between 0.5 and  2. The plot of interpolated polynomial for A is a curve without local extremum. However ordered pairs in B show that the polynomial should be a strictly increasing function, but the plot of interpolated polynomial for B has many local extremums. By increasing ordered pairs in B, the local extremums are increased. Moreover, the control point for B shows that the interpolated polynomial is not reliable. 

The more exact ordered pairs for B are presented in below. If more ordered pairs are required for interpolation, you can use them.

{[0.75, 4.1457],[1.25, 4.9448],[1.75,5.62]}

How can I find the best curve fitting for ordered pairs in B?

Thank you for taking your time

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