By B.V. Cordingley, D.J. Chamund
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DF2 OR XF INVALID. DF1 4370 PRINT" DF2 = "; DF2; ". XF = "; XF 4380 END "; DF1 Sample Program Use the F-distribution to determine the probability of obtaining values for the F-ratio, s~, greater than those shown in the table. m and n are the number of degrees of freedom corresponding to s1 and s~ respectively. 8 8 4 SAMPLE PROGRAM: PFDISTR COMPUTES THE UPPER-TAIL AREA OF THE F-DISTRIBUTION FOR N1 SETS OF DATA DATA 1. 1. 86. 5. 3. 31. 4. 30. 69 DATA 24. 6. 84. 24. 30. 47. 8. 1. 5982 DATA 8. 4. 0.
Subroutine Listing 4000 4010 4020 4030 4040 4050 4060 4070 4080 4090 4100 4110 4120 4130 4140 4150 4160 4170 4180 4190 4200 4210 4220 4230 4240 4250 4260 REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM AREA UNDER STUDENT'S T DISTRIBUTION SUBROUTINE: TDISTR COMPUTES THE AREA UNDER THE UPPER TAIL OF CENTRAL T-DISTRIBUTION FOR OF DEGREES OF FREEDOM FROM XT TO INFINITY. REQUIRES SUBROUTINES BETAFN AND LNGAMM VARIABLES: INPUT: BRAT ..... OUTPUT FROM BETAFN DF .......
ARRAY OF DIFFERENT ITEMS OF DATA LOCAL: ... P, Q, R, V1, V2 ARRAY DIMENSIONS: A() ..... (NUMDAT + 1) V() ..... (NUMDAT) F() ..... 01) LET PVAL = (A(V1) + A(V2»/2 CUMULATIVE FREQUENCY LET NITM = 1 FOR P = 1 TO NUMDAT LET F(NITM) = P LET V(NITM) = A(P) IF A(P) <> A(P + 1) THEN LET NITM = NITM + 1 IF P = NUMDAT THEN LET NITM = NITM - 1 NEXT P RETURN REM REM SHELL SORT LET V1 = NUMDAT REM SET GAP LENGTH LET V1 = INT(V1/2) IF V1 = 0 THEN GOTO 2740 FOR P = 1 TO NUMDAT - V1 FOR Q = P TO 1 STEP -1 LET R = Q + V1 REM COMPARE DATA IF A(Q) > A(R) THEN GOTO 2660 LET Q = 0 GOTO 2700 REM EXCHANGE DATA LET V2 = A(Q) LET A(Q) = A(R) LET A(R) = V2 REM NEXT Q NEXT P The Subroutines 55 2730 GOTO 2560 2740 REM 2750 RETURN Sample Program The following list gives the marks obtained in a test by a class of 60 students.
Advanced BASIC Scientific Subroutines by B.V. Cordingley, D.J. Chamund