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It is a JavaScript useful for testing the randomness of fluctuations in a time series.

It is a JavaScript that test for statistical equality of two or more correlation coefficients

It is a JavaScript that tests statistical equality of two populations based on the Kolmogorov-Smirnov statistic.

In decision-making under pure uncertainty, the decision-maker has no knowledge regarding any of the states of nature... see more

Regression models are often constructed based on certain conditions that must be verified for the model to fit the data... see more

A JavaScript-based process that determines the decision maker's utility function.

A JavaScript that tests a claimed on equality of means of three independent populations based on three sets of random... see more

It is a JavaScript for forecasting based on moving average and exponential smoothing methods.

It is a JavaScript to test if k populations having equal variances using Bartlett's test.

It is a JavaScript that tests if there is any significant difference among number of counts.

Whenever the decision maker has some knowledge regarding the states of nature, he/she may be able to assign subjective... see more

It is a JavaScript that detects the existence of trends and strong autocorrelation.

A JavaScript that creates the empirical cumulative distribution function based on the frequency of data set.

It is a JavaScript that test the equality of several populations? proportions.

It is a JavaScript that tests the equality of several populations? median.

It is a JavaScript that tests a claimed means difference, and equality of variances of two populations based on two sets... see more

It is a JavaScript that computes the required sample size for estimating the mean with an acceptable accuracy and/or... see more

It is a JavaScript that tests if two or more random samples are drawn from the same population.

A JavaScript that tests a claimed difference between two means based on a set of random paired-observations on the same... see more

It is a JavaScript that tests a claimed mean for a population based on a set of random observations.

It is a JavaScript that tests a claimed variation for a normal population based on a set of random observations.

It is a JavaScript to compute the p-values for the most popular distributions.

It is a JavaScript that computes Chi-square statistic as a measuring tool and decision criterion for goodness of-fit... see more

It is a JavaScript that measures the degree of dependency of categorized two variables.