I wonder how to open the toolbox Machine Learning with MATLAB?
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Walter Roberson on 28 Jun 2015
It appears that you might be a student. If you purchased the "Bundled" Student Version license for R2015a, then that includes a license for the Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox, but you need to specifically ask to install that toolbox.
Before R2015a, Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox was known as Statistics Toolbox, so if you have that then same thing (just older version.)
If you purchased the Unbundled version of the Student Version license then Statistics and Machine Learning is not included in that and must be purchased separately.
The Academic, and Professional licenses do not include Statistics and Machine Learning and those must be purchased separately.
Note: some Student Version licenses are arranged through the university and may come a variety of toolboxes the university thinks are relevant to the courses. But even then the toolboxes may need to be specifically selected at installation time.
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the cyclist on 28 Jun 2015
I would say that your first step is to make sure that it has been purchased and installed.
Type ver at the command line. Do you see
Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox
in the list?
Muhammad Umar Farooq on 16 Aug 2022
The simple check is:
Type ver on command window and press Ctrl + F to find "Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox".
Open you Apps Tab, check if there are classificationLearner or distributionFitter or regressionLearner functions available.
If you can not trace it. You can simply go to Get More Apps and search for "Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox". If the toolbox is tagged with "installed" banner. It means you have it on your system.
In the command box: type
If the above command works and calls the relavant function. It means "Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox" is installed in your system.