# Matlab Mupad code for Yin Yang Volatility?

(Last Updated On: April 21, 2015)

Matlab Mupad code for Yin Yang Volatility?

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For equation 33: I tried to use the following potential partial Mupad code:

Sum example could be: sum(exp(x)^(-x), x = 0..infinity)

xbar=stats:mean(x) p8

L := [1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 100.0]:

meanL = stats::mean(L);

nops(x)  is  number of operands

Attempt for Yin Yang volatility in Mupad:

xbar = stats::mean(x)

xSumTerm := x -> _plus(x – xbar \$ i=1..(nops(x)-1));  <- did not like _plus

xSumTerm := x -> (x – xbar \$ i=1..(nops(x)-1));

This may work:

`xbar = stats::mean(x)`

xfun:=x->x-xbar

sum(xfun, i=0..10)

sum(xfun^2, i=0..(m-1))

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