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Model functions

Easy-Fit Express offers the most common mathematical models like the ones below as well as custom models. All models are defined by a mathematical expression and two parameters where the first determines which type of response the model predicts and the second parameter is the predicted response. The models are available as model files.

Response → Response transformations
PCOMP can support the following response transformations:
See Function view for an example.

Nonlinear predictor function
The regression model can be defined by a function that specifies a rule for predicting the response from the model parameters. This function is called nonlinear predictor and can be either implemented as a mathematical expression or generated from a computer algebra system.
Function view displays a mathematical expression to model the nonlinear predictor function.

Output functions
Easy-Fit Express supports the following functions to transform model solutions or results into a desired output format:
Best fit
Root mean square error (RMSE)
Fit with IQMS
Fitting with a data file

Advanced functions

The mean is a calculation of the average value of a set of data points.
Function view displays this function as mathematical expression.

The median is the value in a set of data points that is equal to the middle value.
Function view displays the function as mathematical expression.

Mode is the value in a set of data points that occurs most often.

ModeCoefficient returns the most common response value of a set of data points.

Standard deviation
The standard deviation is a measure of the dispersion of a set of data points.

Standard error
The standard error is a measure for the accuracy of a value or the error associated with the value.

Tukey honestly significant difference
Tukey honestly significant difference is an indicator statistic that determines whether two group means differ significantly or not.

Tukey’s ladder of significance
The Tukey’s ladder of significance is a grouping of a given set of samples. This grouping is used to see how the samples differ and whether a certain treatment is effective. It is based on the Tukey-Kramer test.


Box–Cox analysis
The Box–Cox analysis is a test for determining the

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Flexible and highly customizable
Multi-objective optimization:

Yield and distribution
Number of support points/local optimization methods
Model space representation (differential equation, regression)
Model function representation (differential equation, regression)
Number of variables/differentiation steps
Number of optimization methods/parameter settings
Point representation with multiple attributes
Robustness against missing points
Integration of optional solvers/sensitivity analysis
Immediate evaluation during runtime of PCOMP files/fast numerical model evaluation

Inherited methods

Fast evaluation of parameter dependences/surface fitting
Benchmarking with the Easy-Fit-Pro 2 tool


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Easy-Fit Express PC/Windows

– Differential-input nonlinear regression
– Easy-Fit Express has a special graphical editor for modeling and editing functions
– All kinds of functions can be modeled
– Plot the input-output curves in natural coordinates (e.g.  y = f(x) = x^4 + x^2 + 0.5)
– Automatic execution
– Python scripts can be used (can be used when modeling within Easy-Fit Express)
– Runs with Python 2.x and Python 3.x
– Modeling
– Differential equations
– Numerical algorithms
– Different nonlinear estimation algorithms
– Graphical user interface (GUI)
What makes Easy-Fit Express Different:

Easy-Fit Express is not a fitting tool but a tool for nonlinear estimation of model parameters from experimental data. The Easy-Fit Express algorithms are highly efficient.

Easy-Fit Express Models the Model Function

“PCOMP” is a modeling language for mathematical functions. Easy-Fit Express can interpret and evaluate the model functions during runtime. (other than Easy-Fit Express the only other software packages which can do this is numpy and matlab.)

Easy-Fit Express Fits (Online)

“Easy-Fit Express runs in two different ways.” – Yann Tremblay

Easy-Fit Express can be used either for model evaluation or model fitting. For the evaluation mode, Easy-Fit Express runs the expression interpreted and evaluated at runtime in its graphical user interface (GUI). For the fitting mode, Easy-Fit Express runs the expression interpreted and evaluated at runtime outside of the GUI. Easy-Fit Express uses a highly efficient Gauss-Newton-SQP algorithm for this kind of computational intensive task.

This algorithm is used within Easy-Fit Express for estimating the parameters of the model functions from real life measurements.

The optimization algorithms compute all of the parameters of the model function at once.

Easy-Fit Express Uses the Easy-Fit Express Software

Easy-Fit Express has many functions for fitting functions to data. For instance it can model the polynomials x^3 and x^4, the logarithm and the square root of the input function. Many different operations like data filtering (e.g. mean value), differentials, integrals, differentiable functions, matric / vector fields are available.

The model functions are written in the PCOMP language. This

What’s New In Easy-Fit Express?

Nonlinear curve and surface fit, in real-time, via a graphical user interface.
In addition to traditional graphical user interface (GUI) the user is given the possibility to define and evaluate a sophisticated nonlinear programming problem via a PCOMP modeling language.
Easy-Fit Express Problem Model Definition:
Constrained nonlinear equations of the form Y=f(x) and
Y=g(x) can be mapped into a single equation for the coefficients c of the equation in the PCOMP modeling language.
Constraints can be defined on the coefficients or the variables of the nonlinear equation and can be added to the problem at runtime by the user.
Additional constraints can be imposed for the data that are generated by the application to guarantee data quality.
When a problem is defined via PCOMP, the application solves the nonlinear equation and generates a closed-form representation of the model function, that can be displayed in real-time or saved as a textfile.
The functional block diagram below shows the data flow of a nonlinear function fit.

With some constraints (the data generation and optimization problems) the application can be used for a low cost analysis/data fitting of a given nonlinear function.
Easy-Fit Express Example:
The default model functions are cubic spline interpolation and a 4th order polynomial.
A 4th order polynomial model is defined as:

The model is evaluated for the x values in the interval -100 < x

System Requirements:

OS: Windows Vista or higher
Windows Vista or higher Processor: Intel Dual-core 2.4 GHz or higher (AMD equivalent)
Intel Dual-core 2.4 GHz or higher (AMD equivalent) Memory: 2 GB RAM
2 GB RAM Hard Drive: 2 GB available hard drive space
2 GB available hard drive space Graphics: 256 MB DirectX 9 graphics card (AMD equivalent)
256 MB DirectX 9 graphics card (AMD equivalent) Internet: Broadband connection
Broadband connection Sound: Speaker or headset

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