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Statistical Analysis of Electro-Acoustic Measurements Sets Using Scilab
The production management of electro-acoustic systems require the statistical analysis of measurements data. The analysis process should be sufficiently flexible to match the needs of the production process and the number of measured samples should be large enough to ensure the accuracy in statistical terms. Using an open source numerical computation software (Scilab) is possible to create statistical analysis procedures in a simple and cost effective way. Scilab syntax is simple enough to be acquired within a fairly short time, while data analysis capabilities are very advanced. In this work some sample applications are shown, with minimal code edit the provided examples can be adapted to several real world cases.
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