FSDA Toolbox contains more than 300 routines to assess and understand data affected by multiple outliers. FSDA routines cover, multiple regression, multivariate data analysis, classification and transformations. FSDA also includes interactive tools for analyzing and modeling data, learning and teaching statistics. Every .m function has its corresponding HTML page in Mathworks style (which is generated automatically). The documentation system is perfectly integrated into the Mathworks framework.
Marco Riani (2021). FSDA (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/72999-fsda), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
Very well done!
great I just need it
A very useful feature.
Excellent tool to evaluate and understand the data being analyzed.
Extrimely useful, especially for analysing data for marketing. Thank you!
Dear Jonas, we thank you for your suggestions. In version 8.4.3 of FSDA we made the modifications you suggested. More precisely:
1. We have added option tag in FSR.m in order to tag the plots, which are produced. For a preview of the documentation see link: http://rosa.unipr.it/FSDA/FSR.html#input_argument_namevalue_tag
2. Now mdrplot.m, mmdplot.m, mdrrsplot.m and mmdrsplot.m have an additional output in order to show the list of brushed units for each brushing operation, see for example this link: http://rosa.unipr.it/fsda/mdrrsplot.html#ExtraExample_7
In FSRcore.m one could possibly add the "Tag" to the figure, so that we are able to modify the plots later on. Also, it would be nice to obtain the indices of the "brushed" data points as well as the "brushing group" in mdrplot.m. Currently, I modify several functions, just to get a feedback. Thus, any update will cause some troubles.
However, beside from this minor issues: GREAT JOB, thank you!
Good idea to add use-cases. Thanks Mohammed. This will require some time, but in the meantime you can find an important usecase at this link: https://ec.europa.eu/jrc/en/publication/robust-estimation-monthly-prices-goods-traded-european-union. Everything you see there is based on FSDA functions.
Wonderful! Please add a short into/usecase pdf
I like FSDA!
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