MATLAB File Help: prtPreProcMinMaxRows
  prtPreProcMinMaxRows Minimize and maximize all rows of the data
    MINMAX = prtPreProcMinMaxRows creates a min/max rows pre
    processing object. A prtPreProcMinMaxRows object linearly scales
    the input observations so that each row (observation) has a minimum
    of 0 and a maximum of 1.
    prtPreProcMinMaxRows has no user settable properties.
    A prtPreProcMinMaxRows object also inherits all properties and
    functions from the prtAction class.
    Note for two-dimensional data sets, min/max rows will result in all
    observations taking values 0 or 1.
    dataSet = prtDataGenIris;              % Load a data set
    dataSet = dataSet.retainFeatures(1:3); % Retain the first 3 features
    logDisc = prtPreProcMinMaxRows;        % Create the pre processing 
                                           % object
    minmax = logDisc.train(dataSet);       % Train
    dataSetNew =;      % Run
    % Plot
    subplot(2,1,1); plot(dataSet);
    title('Original Data');
    subplot(2,1,2); plot(dataSetNew);
    title('MinMaxRows Data');
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Class Details
Superclasses prtPreProc
Sealed false
Construct on load false
Constructor Summary
prtPreProcMinMaxRows Minimize and maximize all rows of the data 
Property Summary
dataSet The training prtDataSet, only stored if verboseStorage is true.  
dataSetSummary Structure that summarizes prtDataSet. 
isCrossValidateValid True 
isSupervised False 
isTrained Indicates if prtAction object has been trained. 
name MinMax Rows 
nameAbbreviation MMR 
userData User specified data 
verboseStorage Specifies whether or not to store the training prtDataset. 
Method Summary
  crossValidate Cross validate prtAction using prtDataSet and cross validation keys. 
  get get the object properties 
  kfolds Perform K-folds cross-validation of prtAction 
  optimize Optimize action parameter by exhaustive function maximization. 
  run Run a prtAction object on a prtDataSet object. 
  set set the object properties 
  train Train a prtAction object using training a prtDataSet object.