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Program name | Package id | Status | Status date |
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STATISTICS | NEA-0908/02 | Tested | 24-JUN-1991 |

Machines used:

Package ID | Orig. computer | Test computer |
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NEA-0908/02 | IBM PC | IBM PC |

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3. DESCRIPTION OF PROBLEM OR FUNCTION

The package is composed of 83 routines, the most important of which are the following:

Name Description

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BINDTR Binomial distribution

HYPDTR Hypergeometric distribution

POIDTR Poisson distribution

GAMDTR Gamma distribution

BETADTR Beta-1 and Beta-2 distributions

NORDTR Normal distribution

CHIDTR Chi-square distribution

STUDTR Distribution of "Student's T"

FISDTR Distribution of F

EXPDTR Exponential distribution

WEIDTR Weibull distribution

FRAKTIL Calculation of the fractiles of the normal, chi-square,

Student's, and F distributions

VARVGL Test for equality of variance for several sample

observations

ANPAST Kolmogorov-Smirnov test and chi-square test of goodness

of fit

MULIRE Multiple linear regression analysis for a dependent

variable and a set of independent variables

STPRG Performs a stepwise multiple linear regression analysis

for a dependent variable and a set of independent

variables. At each step, the variable entered into the

regression equation is the one which has the greatest

amount of variance between it and the dependent variable.

Any independent variable can be forced into or deleted

from the regression equation, irrespective of its contri-

bution to the equation.

LTEST Tests the hypotheses of linearity of the data.

SPRANK Calculates the Spearman rank correlation coefficient.

The package is composed of 83 routines, the most important of which are the following:

Name Description

---- -----------

BINDTR Binomial distribution

HYPDTR Hypergeometric distribution

POIDTR Poisson distribution

GAMDTR Gamma distribution

BETADTR Beta-1 and Beta-2 distributions

NORDTR Normal distribution

CHIDTR Chi-square distribution

STUDTR Distribution of "Student's T"

FISDTR Distribution of F

EXPDTR Exponential distribution

WEIDTR Weibull distribution

FRAKTIL Calculation of the fractiles of the normal, chi-square,

Student's, and F distributions

VARVGL Test for equality of variance for several sample

observations

ANPAST Kolmogorov-Smirnov test and chi-square test of goodness

of fit

MULIRE Multiple linear regression analysis for a dependent

variable and a set of independent variables

STPRG Performs a stepwise multiple linear regression analysis

for a dependent variable and a set of independent

variables. At each step, the variable entered into the

regression equation is the one which has the greatest

amount of variance between it and the dependent variable.

Any independent variable can be forced into or deleted

from the regression equation, irrespective of its contri-

bution to the equation.

LTEST Tests the hypotheses of linearity of the data.

SPRANK Calculates the Spearman rank correlation coefficient.

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4. METHOD OF SOLUTION

Name Method

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VARVGL The Bartlett's Test, the Cochran's Test and the Hartley's

Test are performed in the program.

MULIRE The Gauss-Jordan method is used in the solution of the

normal equations.

STPRG The abbreviated Doolittle method is used to (1) determine

variables to enter into the regression, and (2) complete

regression coefficient calculation.

Name Method

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VARVGL The Bartlett's Test, the Cochran's Test and the Hartley's

Test are performed in the program.

MULIRE The Gauss-Jordan method is used in the solution of the

normal equations.

STPRG The abbreviated Doolittle method is used to (1) determine

variables to enter into the regression, and (2) complete

regression coefficient calculation.

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NEA-0908/02

NEA-DB ran the test cases on a PC/386 desktop computer.[ top ]

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10. REFERENCES

- M. Abramowitz, I.A. Stegun:

Handbook of Mathematical Functions

- Lothar Sachs:

Angewandte Statistik

Springer-Verlag Berlin, Heidelberg, New York

- Bernard Ostle:

Statistics in Research

The Iowa State University Press

- Kleinbaum/Kupper:

Applied Regression Analysis and Other Multivariable Methods

Duxbury Press

- M. Abramowitz, I.A. Stegun:

Handbook of Mathematical Functions

- Lothar Sachs:

Angewandte Statistik

Springer-Verlag Berlin, Heidelberg, New York

- Bernard Ostle:

Statistics in Research

The Iowa State University Press

- Kleinbaum/Kupper:

Applied Regression Analysis and Other Multivariable Methods

Duxbury Press

NEA-0908/02, included references:

- Franz Helmreich:Regression and Correlation Analysis I

OEFZS Ber. No. 4098 (MA-48/81), July 1981 (In German)

- Franz Helmreich:

Statistical Distributions

OEFZS Ber. No. 4116 (MA-49/81), October 1981 (In German)

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NEA-0908/02

The desktop computer performing the tests ran under MSDOS 4.01.[ top ]

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NEA-0908/02

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NEA0908_02.001 | Information file | 209 |

NEA0908_02.002 | Batch file to compile and run | 36 |

NEA0908_02.003 | Response file | 12 |

NEA0908_02.004 | Cross reference file | 319 |

NEA0908_02.005 | Binary library | 0 |

NEA0908_02.006 | Sample input | 23 |

NEA0908_02.007 | Sample input | 23 |

NEA0908_02.008 | Sample input | 450 |

NEA0908_02.009 | Source file | 62 |

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NEA0908_02.104 | Sample output | 513 |

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NEA0908_02.136 | Batch file to compile and link | 15 |

NEA0908_02.137 | Binary library | 0 |

NEA0908_02.138 | DOS file-names | 37 |

Keywords: statistics.