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How to find the local similarity between an original data and a reconstructed data set ?

Asked by Yapo OBOUE on 14 Aug 2019
Latest activity Answered by Bhargavi Maganuru on 19 Aug 2019
Hi everyone, I am working on data reconstruction. I want to show the local similiraty between the original data and a reconstructed data set. The size of the original data is [300 12 12]=size(A), the size of the reconstructed data is [300 12 12]=size(B). Is there a way to find the similarity between the two data ? Any help could help me. Tahnks

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How about a regression coeffiecent/ corellation coefficient and mean square error between the two?
Hi dear KSSV thanks for your comment, I used mse like b = mse(A,B)
and got a coefficient b=6.9329e-05. So, I would like to know if there was a possibility of obtaining data with the same size like B after using regression coeffiecent/ correlation coefficient and mean square error between the two, so that the result of the similarity is then plotted.

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Answer by Bhargavi Maganuru on 19 Aug 2019

You can use “corrcoef” function to find similarity between the two data.
For more information refer to the following link:

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