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 ...

/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...

/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...

/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...

/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 ...

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

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