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Questions tagged [statistics]

For questions that relate to probability or measurements, either outputting or parsing.

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Compute the Median

Challenge Given a nonempty list of real numbers, compute its median. Definitions The median is computed as follows: First sort the list, if the number of entries is odd, the median is the value in ...
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The PPCG Handicap System

As we all know, meta is overflowing with complaints about scoring code-golf between languages (yes, each word is a seperate link, and these may be just the tip of the iceberg). With so much jealousy ...
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Frequency Distribution of Multiple Dice Rolls

Given two positive integers a and b, output the frequency distribution of rolling a b-sided ...
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Calculate Standard Deviation

Challenge Given a list of numbers, calculate the population standard deviation of the list. Use the following equation to calculate population standard deviation: Input The input will a list of ...
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An Array of Challenges #3: Moving Averages

Note: This is #3 in a series of array-manipulation challenges. For the previous challenge, click here. Moving Average of a List The moving average of a list is a calculation resulting in a new, ...
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Iterated Moving Average

If we have a list, say the list [9, 2, 4, 4, 5, 5, 7], we can do a moving average across it. Taking a window of say, 3 elements, each element is replaced by a ...
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Fun with strings and string lengths

Introduction Inspired by Dyalog Ltd.'s 2016 student competition. The challenge there is to write good APL code, but this is a code-golf and it is open to all languages. Derived from this closed ...
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Calculate the correlation coefficient

Given a series of numbers for events X and Y, calculate Pearson's correlation coefficient. The probability of each event is equal, so expected values can be calculated by simply summing each series ...