Project

Results

The results for the project were as follows (out of a maximum possible 30 points):

Candidate number Points
10002 9
10005 26
10006 26
10007 19
10008 24
10010 26
10013 28
10015 11
10017 10
10018 25
10020 29
10022 9
10023 19
10024 18
10025 16
10026 30
10027 27
10028 3
10031 27
10035 19
10036 26
10037 27
10039 19
10040 25
10041 20
10043 27
10044 26
10045 29
10046 18
10047 27
10048 8
10049 21
10050 26

The points would correspond to the following grades:

Grade Range of points
A 27-30
B 23-26
C 19-22
D 16-18
E 12-15
F 0-11

Project files

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Project description: Project (Updated: 19.03 12:30pm)

Necessary files: qrStep.m Face datafile

Important information

  • The project will count for 30% of the final grade. If it is not handed in you may still take the final exam, but your score is limited to 70% of your final exam score.
  • You may work either alone or in pairs.
  • It is sufficient to hand in the functions you're explicitly asked to create (and any helper functions these may depend on) when you hand in the project.

Project help

For week 11 and 12 you can get help with the project in the following ways:

LaTeX

For those who wish to write the project report in LaTeX, I've made a simple sample file which, can be used as a starting point for your report. The file contains examples of most of the basic elements of writing LaTeX you will need in such a report.

Download it here: LaTeX sample file

There are a lot of different LaTeX document editors out there. A good option which is free, cross-platform, and quite user friendly is Texmaker.

You will also need to install a LaTeX distribution. Information about how to get one can be found here.

For additional help and introduction to LaTeX you may consult the LaTeX wikibook. A ton of other help is also available online.

2015-04-14, eirikhoe