Logarithmic regression


by rowardHoark
Tags: best fit, fit, logarithmic, regression
rowardHoark
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Mar29-11, 08:28 AM
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I have a very small set of data. Usually 3 points, sometimes 4.

Best fit is a logarithmic equation y=m*Ln(x)+b

How can I obtain m and b?
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Dickfore
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Mar29-11, 08:36 AM
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Linear (in the unknown coefficients, not the argument [itex]x[/itex]) Least squares fit.


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