Psych 285: Computational Statistics
and Statistical Visualization
Professor Forrest Young
Functional Programming - 1
Due Monday, January 29
Write CENTER, a function that column-centers a matrix X (i.e., makes the mean of each column zero). The function should take a matrix as its only argument and should return the centered matrix. Do this in the following two ways:
- Use the matrix functions ARRAY-DIMENSIONS, MAKE-ARRAY, TRANSPOSE, and MATMULT to implement the formula X-(1'*1*X)/n, where n is the number of observations.
- Use the Lisp functions APPLY, BIND-COLUMNS, MAPCAR, LAMBDA, MEAN and COLUMN-LIST to subtract the mean of each column from the column.
Please send your code to me by e-mail before class on the due date.
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