# Data Analysis

Data manipulation and information operations

## Functions

 `denormalmax` Largest denormalized quantized number for quantizer object `denormalmin` Smallest denormalized quantized number for quantizer object `fractionlength` Fraction length of quantizer object `lowerbound` Lower bound of range of fi object `lsb` Scaling of least significant bit of fi object, or value of least significant bit of quantizer object `range` Numerical range of fi or quantizer object `upperbound` Upper bound of range of fi object `wordlength` Word length of quantizer object `sort` Sort elements of real-valued fi object in ascending or descending order
 `exponentbias` Exponent bias for quantizer object `exponentlength` Exponent length of quantizer object `exponentmax` Maximum exponent for quantizer object `exponentmin` Minimum exponent for quantizer object
 `isboolean` Determine whether input is Boolean `isdouble` Determine whether input is double-precision data type `isfi` Determine whether variable is fi object `isfimath` Determine whether variable is fimath object `isfimathlocal` Determine whether fi object has local fimath `isfipref` Determine whether input is fipref object `isfixed` Determine whether input is fixed-point data type `isnumerictype` Determine whether input is numerictype object `ispropequal` Determine whether properties of two fi objects are equal `isquantizer` Determine whether input is quantizer object `isscaleddouble` Determine whether input is scaled double data type `isscaledtype` Determine whether input is fixed-point or scaled double data type `isscalingbinarypoint` Determine whether input has binary point scaling `isscalingslopebias` Determine whether input has nontrivial slope and bias scaling `isscalingunspecified` Determine whether input has unspecified scaling `issigned` Determine whether fi object is signed `issingle` Determine whether input is single-precision data type `isslopebiasscaled` Determine whether numerictype object has nontrivial slope and bias

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