INTEGER FREQUENCY TABLEName:
There are two primary features for the binning:
where <y> is a variable containing the raw data;
<y2> is a variable where the class frequencies are stored;
<xlow> is a variable where the lower limits for the class bins are stored;
<xhigh> is a variable where the upper limits for the combined bins are stored;
and where the <SUBSET/EXCEPT/FOR qualification> is optional.
before the INTEGER FREQUENCY TABLE command.
KS PLOT (plots minimum chi-square statistic for discrete distributions)
CHI-SQUARE GOODNESS OF FIT
LET K = 3 LET LAMBDA = 0.9 LET Y = BOREL TANNER RANDOM NUMBERS FOR I = 1 1 500 LET Y2 XLOW XHIGH = INTEGER FREQUENCY TABLE Y LET LAMBDA1 = 0.5 LET LAMBDA2 = 0.95 Y1LABEL CHI-SQUARE X1LABEL LAMBDA BOREL TANNER KS PLOT Y2 XLOW XHIGH JUSTIFICATION CENTER MOVE 50 5 TEXT LAMBDAHAT = ^shape, Minimum Chi-Square = ^minks
Date created: 6/20/2006