Statistics::Zscore is scoring module that uses statistics STANDARD SCORE. In statistics, a standard score is a dimensionless quantity derived by subtracting the population mean from an individual raw score and then dividing the difference by the popu...

MIKI/Statistics-Zscore-0.00002 - 16 Aug 2008 07:36:08 GMT - Search in distributionThis module provides interface to access redis key-value store, it transparently handles disconnects and forks, supports transactions, pipelining, and subscription mode. METHODS $class->new(%options) Creates a new RedisDB object. The following option...

ZWON/RedisDB-2.36 (2 reviews) - 09 May 2014 16:01:34 GMT - Search in distributionMethods are provided to: + calculate a z-score: ratio of an observed deviation to a standard deviation, with optional continuity correction + convert z-value to normal p-value, and convert p-value to normal-equiv z-value + load, add, save & retrieve ...

RGARTON/Statistics-Zed-0.10 - 17 Jan 2014 05:30:58 GMT - Search in distributionLoading, updating and accessing data as ordered list of literal scalars (numbers, strings) for statistical tests of their sequential structure via Statistics::Sequences::Joins, Statistics::Sequences::Pot, Statistics::Sequences::Runs, Statistics::Sequ...

RGARTON/Statistics-Sequences-0.12 - 14 Aug 2013 02:36:54 GMT - Search in distributionThis program allows some common mathematical and other manipulations on one or more columns in a datafile. The program is designed as a simple replacement for common manipulations performed in a full featured spreadsheet program, e.g. Excel, particul...

TJPARNELL/Bio-ToolBox-1.19 - 30 May 2014 03:02:05 GMT - Search in distributionThe 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 distributionA Wald-type run is a sequence of identical events on 1 or more consecutive trials. For example, in a signal-detection test with sequence over time of match (H) and miss (M) events like H-H-M-H-M-M-M-M-H, there are 5 runs: 3 Hs, 2 Ms. This number of r...

RGARTON/Statistics-Sequences-Runs-0.12 - 12 Aug 2013 00:07:46 GMT - Search in distributionFor data of the continuous numerical type, a count of turns is incremented if the value on trial *i*, for *i* is greater than zero and less than *n*, is, with respect to its neighbours, a peak (greater than both neighbours) or a trough (less than bot...

RGARTON/Statistics-Sequences-Turns-0.11 - 29 Jul 2013 08:55:49 GMT - Search in distributionCompute statistics (z-score and optionally t-score) over a COLUMN of numbers. Creates new columns called "zscore", "tscore". T-scores are only computed if requested with the "-t" option, or if "--tmean" or "--tstddev" are explicitly specified (defaul...

JOHNH/Fsdb-2.50 - 28 May 2014 05:10:29 GMT - Search in distributionJoins are similar to runs but are counted for every alternation between dichotomous events (state, element, letter ...) whereas runs are counted for each continuous segment between alternations. For example, joins are marked out with asterisks for th...

RGARTON/Statistics-Sequences-Joins-0.11 - 24 Jun 2013 11:29:33 GMT - Search in distributionImplements tests of the independence of successive elements of a sequence of data: serial tests for v-nomes (a.k.a *v*-plets or, for binary data, *v*-bits) - singlets/monobits, dinomes/doublets, trinomes/triplets, etc.. Test are of variations in sub-...

RGARTON/Statistics-Sequences-Vnomes-0.11 - 18 Jul 2013 04:30:49 GMT - Search in distribution