Linear and nonlinear regression calculator
Calculator applies various types of regression (linear, exponential, logarithmic, etc.) to your meassurement data and finds out function, which fits them best.

# Beta version#

BETA TEST VERSION OF THIS ITEM
This online calculator is currently under heavy development. It may or it may NOT work correctly.
You CAN try to use it. You CAN even get the proper results.
However, please VERIFY all results on your own, as the level of completion of this item is NOT CONFIRMED.
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# Calculation data - measurement points#

 Format of input data Values only (just a sequence of numbers)Serie of (x,y) points x-values y-values Maximum polynomial degree(polynomial with higher order will not be calculated)

# Results - approximation of your dataset#

 Regression type Approximation formula Coefficient of determination R2 Logarithmic regression Show source$y=0+0.4342944819 \cdot ln\left(x\right)$ 1 Power regression Show source$y=\frac{1767766953}{2500000000}~x^{\frac{1982271233}{10000000000}}$ 0.946028784 Polynomial regression of 2-th degree Show source$y=\frac{-1559}{10000000000}~x^{2}+\frac{455297}{250000000}~x+\frac{3446969697}{2500000000}$ 0.929257195 Linear regression Show source$y=\frac{110011}{500000000}~x+\frac{377777779}{200000000}$ 0.679207921 Polynomial regression of 1-th degree Show source$y=\frac{110011}{500000000}~x+\frac{18888888889}{10000000000}$ 0.679207921 Exponential regression Show source$y=\frac{20734271897}{10000000000}~e^{\frac{339653}{5000000000}~x}$ 0.643858466 Polynomial regression of 0-th degree Show source$y=\frac{5}{2}$ 0

# Summary - function best fitting to your data#

 Measurement points Number of points 4 Points you entered (10, 1), (100, 2), (1000, 3), (10000, 4) Approximation Regression type Logarithmic regression Function formula Show source$y=0+0.4342944819 \cdot ln\left(x\right)$ Coefficient of determination R2 1

# Some facts#

• Approximation of a function consists in finding a function formula that best matches to a set of points e.g. obtained as measurement data.
• The least squares method is one of the methods for finding such a function.
• The least squares method is the optimization method. As a result we get function that the sum of squares of deviations from the measured data is the smallest. Mathematically, we can write it as follows:
$\sum_{i=1}^{n} \left[y_i - f(x_i)\right]^2 = min.$
where:
• $(x_i, y_i)$ - coordinations of the i-th measurement point, these are points that we know,
• $f(x)$ - the function we are searching for, we want this function to best match to the measurement points,
• $n$ - number of measurement points.
• Depending on used function we say about:
• The least squares method allow us to find coefficients for above functions (a, b, etc.) to fits best to measurement data.

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