SED navigation bar go to SED home page go to Dataplot home page go to NIST home page SED Home Page SED Staff SED Projects SED Products and Publications Search SED Pages
Dataplot Vol 2 Vol 1

DIGITS

Name:
    DIGITS (LET)
Type:
    Let Subcommand
Purpose:
    Strip out the individual digits for the integer portion of a number.
Description:
    Given the number 1423.36, DIGITS will return a vector containing the values 1, 4, 2, and 3.

    The negative sign is ignored for negative numbers. That is, DIGITS will return the same values for 1423 and -1423.

    This command is a utility function that is used by the Dataplot 10-step macros for analyzing 2-level factorial designs.

Syntax:
    LET <y> = DIGITS <a>
    where <a> is a parameter or number;
    and    <y> is a vector where the digits will be saved.
Examples:
    LET Y = DIGITS 58.6
    LET Y = DIGITS A
Default:
    None
Synonyms:
    None
Related Commands:
    DEXPLOT.DP = Dataplot macro for performing a 10-step analysis of 2-level factorial designs.
    YATES = Perform a Yates analysis.
Applications:
    Analysis of Factorial Designs
Implementation Date:
    2015/01
Program:
    SKIP 25
    READ BOXSPRIN.DAT Y
    SKIP 0
    YATES Y
    .
    SET WRITE DECIMALS 0
    LOOP FOR K = 1 1 8
        ROW LIMITS K K
        READ PARAMETER DPST1F.DAT IVAL
        LET D^K = DIGITS IVAL
        PRINT "K = ^K"
        PRINT D^K
    END OF LOOP
        
        The following output is generated
        
        
    K = 1
      
     ---------------
                  D1
     ---------------
                   1
      
    K = 2
      
     ---------------
                  D2
     ---------------
                   1
                   3
      
    K = 3
      
     ---------------
                  D3
     ---------------
                   2
      
    K = 4
      
     ---------------
                  D4
     ---------------
                   3
      
    K = 5
      
     ---------------
                  D5
     ---------------
                   1
                   2
      
    K = 6
      
     ---------------
                  D6
     ---------------
                   1
                   2
                   3
      
    K = 7
      
     ---------------
                  D7
     ---------------
                   2
                   3
        

Privacy Policy/Security Notice
Disclaimer | FOIA

NIST is an agency of the U.S. Commerce Department.

Date created: 01/31/2015
Last updated: 01/31/2015

Please email comments on this WWW page to alan.heckert.gov.