From the series: Visualizing Random Walk Data
Doug Hull, MathWorks
Recorded: 9 Jan 2013
Part 1 In this video we start with some data from a random process. Each piece of data represents a small time period and change in value. Think of it as something like a stock ticker, very noisy with a larger trend upward. From the patterns in this random
Part 2 This week we do a code review of some random walk data, making a heatmap with adjoining histograms to better understand the distribution of data. It shows the implementation of visualizations discussed earlier.
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