Simulate responses with random noise for linear regression model
ysim = random(mdl,Xnew)
Create a quadratic model of car mileage as a function of weight from the
carsmall data set.
load carsmall X = Weight; y = MPG; mdl = fitlm(X,y,'quadratic');
Create simulated responses to the data with random noise.
ysim = random(mdl,X);
Plot the original responses and the simulated responses to see how they differ.
predict uses a single input argument with one
observation in each row, and gives confidence intervals on its
feval uses multiple input arguments with one input
for each predictor variable.
Usage notes and limitations:
codegen to generate code for the
random function. Save a trained model by using
saveCompactModel. Define an entry-point function that loads the saved model by
loadCompactModel and calls the
random function. Then
codegen to generate code for the entry-point function.
random can return a different sequence of numbers than MATLAB® if either of the following is true:
The output is nonscalar.
An input parameter is invalid for the distribution.
This table contains
notes about the arguments of
random. Arguments not included in this
table are fully supported.
|Argument||Notes and Limitations|
For more information, see Introduction to Code Generation.