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Thread: Determining Linear Approximations

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    Default Determining Linear Approximations

    I'm trying to code a program that will read a set of data poitns ( x & y) from a text file and then perform a Linear Least Squares Analysis to determine the a0 and a1 of the linear regression line, as well as the Square Error value.

    this is what I have so far without any of the equations but some of it doesnt seem to make sense. Can anyone let me know how it looks so far?

    import java.io.*;
    import java.util.Scanner;
     
    public class FileScannerTest
    {
    // Since the could be an error in obtain a path to the input file,
    // the "throws FileNotFoundException" clause must be added.
    public static void main(String[ ] args) throws FileNotFoundException
    {
     
    Scanner scan = new Scanner (System.in); 
     
    System.out.println ("Enter x value (0 to terminate): ");
    int input = scan.nextInt(); // Variable for user input.
     
    //method to check if numeric or not.
    if ("-2324.00".matches("((-|\\+)?[0-9]+(\\.[0-9]+)?)+")) {
     
    		 }else {
    			System.out.println("Value is NOT numeric!");
     
    // arrays to hold the values for x and y
    String[] x = new String[25];
    double sum = Double.parseDouble(x[1]);
    for (int i = 0; i < x.length; i++) { 
        sum += x[i];
     
    String[] y = new String[25];
     
    // Declare an Employee "counter" and initialize it to zero.
    int count = 0;
     
    // Declares the file path to Assignment5_data
    String currentDir = System.getProperty("user.dir");
    String fileName = currentDir + "\\Assignment5_data.txt";
     
    // Set up the input file, the scanner file stream, and the data string delimiter.
    // In this case, the delimiter is set at one space, which is what separates the two data points
    File inFile = new File(fileName);
    Scanner fileScanner = new Scanner(inFile);
    String delimiter = " ";
     
    // Declare a variable to hold each line of file input.
    String line;
     
    //Use fileScanner to read each line.
    while ( fileScanner.hasNextLine() )
    {
    // Read each line of text and split it up based upon the delimiter.
    // The x string is placed in temp[0],
    // the y string in temp[1],
    line = fileScanner.nextLine();
    String [] temp = line.split(delimiter);
    // and increment the value of count.
    x [count] = temp[0];
    y [count] = temp[1];
    count++;
    }
     
     
    // Close the file stream.
    fileScanner.close();
     
    /*
    for (int index = 0; index < count; index++)
    {
    System.out.println(x[index] );
    System.out.println(y[index] );
    System.out.println("");
    sum += Integer.parseInt(y [index]);
    }
    */
    }
    }
    }
    }
    Last edited by helloworld922; March 13th, 2011 at 09:38 AM.


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    Default Re: Determining Linear Approximations

    You probably could have gotten an answer in the Programming Assignment 5 Questions Forum on moodle. ;D

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