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Hi all,

I'm not very good at matlab and trying incorporate the above formula. I'm trying to do part (2) and (3) first, to get them more easily in the complete formula.

I am struggling with (3): Y is in my case a 101x14 matrix and I think the mean should then be one number. I can obviously take the mean of the columns and rows seperately, yielding a 101x1 and a 14x1 vector, but these are obvousily not compatible for matrix multiplication.

Any advice on how to make this work better?

Additionally, am I correct doing the following instead of symsum?

M = 1; % Test day

N = 14; % Number of runs (or repetitions)

T = 101; % Number of time points

for n = 1:N

for t = 1:T

R2 = ....

end

end

Many thanks in advance!

Thales
on 10 Sep 2019

You can use for loops to do the sum or use the sum function:

clc; clear; close all force;

M = 1; % Test day

N = 14; % Number of runs (or repetitions)

T = 101; % Number of time points

Y = rand(M,N,T); % random data to illustrate

% using for loops

Yi_for = zeros(M,1);

for i=1:M

for j=1:N

for t=1:T

Yi_for(i) = Yi_for(i) + Y(i,j,t);

end

end

Yi_for(i) = Yi_for(i)/N/T;

end

% using sums

Yi_sum = zeros(M,1);

for i=1:M

Yi_sum(i) = sum(sum(Y,2),3)/N/T;

end

You can expand this to calculate the average at time point t on the ith test day:

% Yit should be a matrix

Yit = zeros(M,T);

for i=1:M

for t=1:T

for j=1:N

Yit(i,t) = Yit(i,t)+Y(i,j,t);

end

Yit(i,t) = Yit(i,t)/N;

end

end

With Yi and Yit previously calculated, you can define Ra (I splitted the calculations of the numerator and denominator of the fraction to make it clearer):

% Ra

Yi = Yi_sum;

Ra = 1;

% partial sums

num = 0; % numerator

for i=1:M

for j=1:N

for t=1:T

num = num + (Y(i,j,t)-Yit(i,t))^2/M/T/(N-1);

end

end

end

den = 0; % denominator

for i=1:M

for j=1:N

for t=1:T

den = den + (Y(i,j,t)-Yi(i))^2/M/(N*T-1);

end

end

end

Ra2 = 1-num/den

darova
on 10 Sep 2019

Shorter version

clc,clear

Yit = repmat( mean(Yijt,2), [1 N 1] ); % get mean and make 3D matrix

Yi = mean(mean(Yijt,2),3); % get mean 2d and 3d dimensions

Yi = repmat( Yi, [1 N T] ); % make 3D matrix

upsum = (Yijt-Yit).^2;

botsum = (Yijt-Yi).^2;

R2a = 1 - sum(upsum(:))/sum(botsum(:)) * T*(N-1)/(N*T-1);

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