**Statistics::Sequences::Joins - The Joins Test: Wishart-Hirschfeld statistics for frequency of alternations in a dichotomous sequence**

A sequence of dichotomous, binary-valued, two-element events consists of zero or more alternations (or "joins") of those events. For example, joins are marked out with asterisks for the following sequence: 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 ...

RGARTON/Statistics-Sequences-Joins-0.20 - 29 Mar 2016 09:11:57 GMT - Search in distribution**Statistics::Sequences::Pot - Helmut Schmidt's test of force-like runs of a discrete state within a numerical or categorical sequence**

The Pot statistic measures the bunching relative to the spacing of a single state within a series of other states, conceived by Helmut Schmidt as a targeted "potential" energy (or Pot) that dissipates exponentially between states. It's not limited to...

RGARTON/Statistics-Sequences-Pot-0.12 - 24 Jul 2013 11:12:29 GMT - Search in distribution**Statistics::Sequences::Vnomes - Serial Test psi-square for equiprobability of v-nomes (or Ngrams) (Good's and Kendall-Babington-Smith's tests)**

This module implements the Kendall-Babington-Smith and Good's serial tests of the independence of successive elements within a sequence. At the least, it can be used to test that the individual elements in the sequence are uniformly distributed--when...

RGARTON/Statistics-Sequences-Vnomes-0.20 - 01 Mar 2016 11:38:20 GMT - Search in distribution**Statistics::Sequences - Common methods/interface for sub-module sequential tests (of Runs, Joins, Pot, etc.)**

This module provides methods for loading, updating and accessing data as ordered list of scalar values (numbers, strings) for statistical tests of their sequential properties via sub-modules including Statistics::Sequences::Joins, Statistics::Sequenc...

RGARTON/Statistics-Sequences-0.15 - 10 Apr 2017 00:36:58 GMT - Search in distribution**Statistics::Sequences::Turns - Kendall's turning-points test - of peaks and troughs in a numerical sequence**

Implements Kendall's (1973) "turning point test" of sudden changes as peaks and troughs in the values of a numerical sequence. It is sometimes described as a test of "cyclicity", and often used as a test of randomness. Kendall (1973) introduced this ...

RGARTON/Statistics-Sequences-Turns-0.13 - 13 Apr 2017 02:31:05 GMT - Search in distribution