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Stream::Aggregate::Stats

Stream::Aggregate::Stats - some standard statistics functions

use Stream::Aggregate::Stats; $data = [ 1, 2, 3, 5, 9 ]; $mydata = { keep => { fieldname => $data, }, numeric => { }, }; local($Stream::Aggregate::Stats::ps) = $mydata; $mean = mean('fieldname');

This module implements some standard statistics functions. It has an odd API: it expect the data to be inside a structure. This is to facilitate uses where the operations are found at runtime from user input or configuration files.

The exact structure is:

{ keep => { field1 => [ @data ], field2 => [ @data ], field3 => [ @data ], }, numeric => {}, }

where `field1`

, `field2`

, etc are names for the data. You then ask for functions by name: eg: `mean('field1')`

.

The functions available are: `percentile`

, `standard_deviation`

, `median`

, `mean`

, `largest`

(numeric max), `smallest`

(numeric min), `dominant`

(the mode), and `dominantcount`

. The `percentile`

function takes two arguments: the field name and the percentile: `percentile(field1 => 80)`

gives you the 80th percentle for the data in field1. The 50th percentile is the same as the median. The `dominantcount`

is the number of values that exactly matched the mode.

This package may be used and redistributed under the terms of either the Artistic 2.0 or LGPL 2.1 license.

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