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anyone want to implement these transformation functions?
From: |
Ben Pfaff |
Subject: |
anyone want to implement these transformation functions? |
Date: |
Sun, 06 Mar 2005 22:30:54 -0800 |
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Gnus/5.1007 (Gnus v5.10.7) Emacs/21.3 (gnu/linux) |
We don't have implementations of the following functions for use
in PSPP expressions:
function NCDF.CHISQ (x >= 0, df > 0, c) = unimplemented;
function NPDF.CHISQ (x >= 0, df > 0, c) = unimplemented;
function NCDF.F (x >= 0, df1 > 0, df2 > 0, lambda >= 0) = unimplemented;
function NPDF.F (x >= 0, df1 > 0, df2 > 0, lmabda >= 0) = unimplemented;
function SIG.F (x >= 0, df1 > 0, df2 > 0) = unimplemented;
function CDF.HALFNRM (x, a, b > 0) = unimplemented;
function IDF.HALFNRM (P > 0 && P < 1, a, b > 0) = unimplemented;
function PDF.HALFNRM (x, a, b > 0) = unimplemented;
no_opt function RV.HALFNRM (a, b > 0) = unimplemented;
function CDF.IGAUSS (x > 0, a > 0, b > 0) = unimplemented;
function IDF.IGAUSS (P >= 0 && P < 1, a > 0, b > 0) = unimplemented;
function PDF.IGAUSS (x > 0, a > 0, b > 0) = unimplemented;
no_opt function RV.IGAUSS (a > 0, b > 0) = unimplemented;
function CDF.SMOD (x > 0, a >= 1, b >= 1) = unimplemented;
function IDF.SMOD (P >= 0 && P < 1, a >= 1, b >= 1) = unimplemented;
function CDF.SRANGE (x > 0, a >= 1, b >= 1) = unimplemented;
function IDF.SRANGE (P >= 0 && P < 1, a >= 1, b >= 1) = unimplemented;
function NCDF.T (x, df > 0, nc) = unimplemented;
function NPDF.T (x, df > 0, nc) = unimplemented;
function CDF.BINOM (k, n > 0 && n == floor (n), p >= 0 && p <= 1)
= unimplemented;
function CDF.GEOM (k >= 1 && k == floor (k), p >= 0 && p <= 1) =
unimplemented;
function CDF.HYPER (k >= 0 && k == floor (k) && k <= c,
a > 0 && a == floor (a),
b > 0 && b == floor (b) && b <= a,
c > 0 && c == floor (c) && c <= a)
= unimplemented;
function CDF.NEGBIN (k >= 1, n == floor (n), p > 0 && p <= 1) =
unimplemented;
function CDF.POISSON (k >= 0 && k == floor (k), mu > 0) = unimplemented;
(The above is in the syntax used for operations.def, which is
terse but expressive.)
Anyone want to implement any of them? As far as I can tell,
these functions are not part of GSL.
--
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fears of humanity since the dawn of literature and religion, and I think
I speak for everyone when I give it a sidelong glance of uneasy recognition
this evening." --Scrymarch
- anyone want to implement these transformation functions?,
Ben Pfaff <=