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.

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Calculation data - measurement points#

Format of input data
Maximum polynomial degree
(polynomial with higher order will not be calculated)

Results - approximation of your dataset#

Regression typeApproximation formulaCoefficient of determination R2
Logarithmic regressionShow sourcey=0+0.4342944819ln(x)y=0+0.4342944819 \cdot ln\left(x\right)1
Power regressionShow sourcey=17677669532500000000 x198227123310000000000y=\frac{1767766953}{2500000000}~x^{\frac{1982271233}{10000000000}}0.946028784
Polynomial regression of 2-th degreeShow sourcey=155910000000000 x2+455297250000000 x+34469696972500000000y=\frac{-1559}{10000000000}~x^{2}+\frac{455297}{250000000}~x+\frac{3446969697}{2500000000}0.929257195
Linear regressionShow sourcey=110011500000000 x+377777779200000000y=\frac{110011}{500000000}~x+\frac{377777779}{200000000}0.679207921
Polynomial regression of 1-th degreeShow sourcey=110011500000000 x+1888888888910000000000y=\frac{110011}{500000000}~x+\frac{18888888889}{10000000000}0.679207921
Exponential regressionShow sourcey=2073427189710000000000 e3396535000000000 xy=\frac{20734271897}{10000000000}~e^{\frac{339653}{5000000000}~x}0.643858466
Polynomial regression of 0-th degreeShow sourcey=52y=\frac{5}{2}0

Summary - function best fitting to your data#

Measurement points
Number of points4
Points you entered(10, 1), (100, 2), (1000, 3), (10000, 4)
Regression typeLogarithmic regression
Function formulaShow sourcey=0+0.4342944819ln(x)y=0+0.4342944819 \cdot ln\left(x\right)
Coefficient of determination R21

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:
    i=1n[yif(xi)]2=min.\sum_{i=1}^{n} \left[y_i - f(x_i)\right]^2 = min.
    • (xi,yi)(x_i, y_i) - coordinations of the i-th measurement point, these are points that we know,
    • f(x)f(x) - the function we are searching for, we want this function to best match to the measurement points,
    • nn - 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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