# How do I Regression Fit a SinWave to a dataset?

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Clifford Shelton le 30 Avr 2012
Commenté : Devon Cogan le 18 Juil 2016
I have a dataset and I want to best fit a sinewave to the plotted data set. This process I think is called a regression...but all the info I come across is about linear regressions only.
Any help would be most appreciated!
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Arjun Jaitli le 20 Nov 2014
My question is for Wayne King - When you finally plot the fitted curve (yhat) and the actual data (y), is yhat the error or in other words the least square difference between the actual data and the sine fit?

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Wayne King le 30 Avr 2012
You need to know what periods you want to fit. You had another post where you talked about fitting city population for a period of 50 years. You did not say how often the data are sampled, I'll assume yearly. Just substitute your data for y (as a column vector)
t = (1:50)';
X = ones(50,3);
X(:,2) = cos((2*pi)/50*t);
X(:,3) = sin((2*pi)/50*t);
y = 2*cos((2*pi)/50*t-pi/4)+randn(size(t));
y = y(:);
beta = X\y;
yhat = beta(1)+beta(2)*cos((2*pi)/50*t)+beta(3)*sin((2*pi)/50*t);
plot(t,y,'b');
hold on
plot(t,yhat,'r','linewidth',2);
If you have the Statistics Toolbox, you can do the same thing with regress()
If you don't know the periods, it is best to use Fourier analysis.
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Devon Cogan le 18 Juil 2016
The error you're getting means that your column vector "Score" does not have 501 points of data. If you are trying to fit a curve to a data set of only 25.7 years, isolate the 26 data points you want to analyze and change all the "501"'s to "26"'s.

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Richard Willey le 1 Mai 2012
Here's some simple code that illustrates how to perform nonlinear regression using the 12a release of Statistics Toolbox.
Note: NonLinearModel.fit requires that you provide starting conditions for the various parameters. (Providing good starting conditions helps to ensure that the optimization solvers converge on a global solution rather than a local solution)
%%Generate some data
X = 2* pi*rand(100,1);
X = sortrows(X);
Y = 9 + 7*sin(2*X + 4*pi) + randn(100,1);
scatter(X,Y)
Generate a fit
% Note that we need to pass three sets of input arguments to NonLinearModel
% # The X and Y data
% # A string describing our model
% # Starting conditions for the optimization solvers
% Generate some good starting conditions for the solvers
scatter(X, Y)
hold on
B0 = mean(Y); % Vertical shift
B1 = (max(Y) - min(Y))/2; % Amplitude
B2 = 2; % Phase (Number of peaks)
B3 = 0; % Phase shift (eyeball the Curve)
myFit = NonLinearModel.fit(X,Y, 'y ~ b0 + b1*sin(b2*x1 + b3)', [B0, B1, B2, B3])
% Note that all the coefficient estimates are very good except for b3 where
% any even integer is equally valid
%%look at the complete set of methods
methods(myFit)
%%Generate a plot
hold on
plot(X, myFit.Fitted)
hold off
%%Generate a fit using an alternative syntax
myFit2 = NonLinearModel.fit(X,Y, @(b,x)(b(1) + b(2)*sin(b(3)*x + b(4))), [B0, B1, B2, B3])
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