Just a short one again. This time I will explain the coefficient of variation. And once again give you a full code example of how you can implement it in c#. The coefficient of variation (CV) is a normalized measure of dispersion. It is a measure of consistency indicating the… Read more »

When dealing with both positive and negative numbers, especially when dealing with a repetitive signal like a sine wave. The mean I described in the previous article may not be that useful at all because the negative values cancel out the positives. In some cases the average power of a… Read more »

For my first c# code post I will start of with an easy one: Calculating the mean, the variance and the standard deviation of a set of data using c# math. These 3 functions were the first I had to write when I started on the SoapSynergy project written in… Read more »