PRO166     FSTATS: Statistical Analysis Package  Version: V1.0,
January 1985
Author: Margaret Quince et al.,, Lincoln College
Submitted by: Stephen Hirsch, NZAEI, Lincoln College, Canterbury, New
Operating System: RT-11 V5.1  Source Language: FORTRAN IV  Memory
Required: See Restrictions  Hardware Required: EIS, FPU  Keywords:
Mathematical, Professional-300 Series - RT-11, Statistics
Abstract: FSTATS is a package of statistical routines which can
analyze up to 1000 floating point variables in up to 100
groups.  It includes the following options:
Data Editor, Wilcoxon's Matched Pairs Signed Rank Test,
Fisher's Exact Prob. Test, T Test Paired, Histogram, Linear
Regression, One Way Analysis of Variance, Graphs of Data,
Data Summary, Chi Square Test on I x J Contigency Table,
Pearson's Correlation Coefficient, T Test Unpaired, Mann
Whitney U Test, Spearman's Rank Correlation Coefficient,
Kruskal-Wallis Analysis of Variance, and Transformations of
Because of it's size, FSTATS must be linked as a virtual
job - it's high limit is 28543 words + the OTS work area.
It can be linked using full high memory overlays which will
use about 80000 words of memory or using disk overlays, this
can be reduced to about 32000 words plus the operating
This version of FSTATS was originally developed on a system
running IAS and was converted to run under RT-11 on a
Professional 325.  There are almost certainly minor bugs in
the program as it has not been used extensively yet.
The Inline FORTRAN Compiler was used in program development
- no responsibility can be taken for successful linking if
the threaded code compiler is used.
Restrictions: Program was developed using the FORTRAN Inline Compiler
on an 11/23 CPU with
EIS and FPU.  Because of memory allocation problems, there may be
using a system with different hardware.  For memory required, 80000
or using disk overlays, this can be reduced to about 32000 words plus
operating system.
Media (Service Charge Code): One RX50 Diskette (JA)

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