< Modifying Excel column names to... < Previous Interuptable callbacks and BusyAction in... >Next > Using synthetic data to test algorithms in MATLAB Posted by Doug Hull, May 1, 2014 3 views (last 30 days) | 0 Likes | 2 comments This week we are making up some data and doing a couple of visualizations. We then modify the data to do a reality check on a simple algorithm. This allows us to gain confidence in our algorithm before we send it real data. | You are now following this blog post You will see updates in your activity feed. You may receive emails, depending on your notification preferences. Close Category: Format: Video, Level: Basic < Modifying Excel column names to... < Previous Interuptable callbacks and BusyAction in... >Next > See Also Visualizing random walk data (2/3) Blogs Exploring data through a series of vizualizations Blogs Observing the Earth Blogs Pseudorandom Pair Sampling Without Replacement Testing the Robust H-CLUB with Synthetic Data Uniform Manifold Approximation and Projection (UMAP) Comments To leave a comment, please click here to sign in to your MathWorks Account or create a new one.