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01 Dec 2014 Screenshot TDIST Distribution of a linear combination of independent symmetric random variables, e.g. Student's t Author: Viktor Witkovsky statistics, probability, probability distribut... 36 1
04 Sep 2014 Screenshot LambertWchi2 Logarithmic Lambert W x chi2 distribution Author: Viktor Witkovsky probability, statistics, exact likelihood rati... 10 0
31 Jul 2014 Screenshot EllipseFit4HC Estimates the ellipse parameters and their uncertainties Author: Viktor Witkovsky measurement, statistics, heydemann correction, optical interferometr..., metrology, ellipse 17 0
18 Feb 2014 hpmixed REML based fitting of the linear mixed effects models with a simple variance covariance structure Author: Viktor Witkovsky statistics, lme, mixed effects, random effects, linear mixed model, mixed model equations 14 0
05 Jun 2013 NCTCDFVW Alternative algorithm for computing the CDF of the noncentral Student's t-distribution Author: Viktor Witkovsky statistics, noncentral t distribu... 3 0
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30 Nov 2014 TDIST Distribution of a linear combination of independent symmetric random variables, e.g. Student's t Author: Viktor Witkovsky

Student's t distribution

14 Mar 2014 ToleranceFactor ToleranceFactor computes the exact tolerance factor for the two-sided tolerance interval Author: Viktor Witkovsky

@Pete: The presented result of ToleranceFactorGK(30,.95,.95) = 2.5549 (2.554892813277693) is in good agreement with the factor K = 2.555 from Table B2 in Krishnamoorthy & Mathew (2009, p. 368), as well as with the numerical output of R package tolerance:
K.factor(30, P = 0.95, side = 2, method = "EXACT", m = 50) = 2.554893.

The problem with many other sources is that they are based either on approximations or on not well documented method/algorithm.

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30 Nov 2014 TDIST Distribution of a linear combination of independent symmetric random variables, e.g. Student's t Author: Viktor Witkovsky Viktor Witkovsky

Student's t distribution

14 Mar 2014 ToleranceFactor ToleranceFactor computes the exact tolerance factor for the two-sided tolerance interval Author: Viktor Witkovsky Viktor Witkovsky

@Pete: The presented result of ToleranceFactorGK(30,.95,.95) = 2.5549 (2.554892813277693) is in good agreement with the factor K = 2.555 from Table B2 in Krishnamoorthy & Mathew (2009, p. 368), as well as with the numerical output of R package tolerance:
K.factor(30, P = 0.95, side = 2, method = "EXACT", m = 50) = 2.554893.

The problem with many other sources is that they are based either on approximations or on not well documented method/algorithm.

14 Mar 2014 ToleranceFactor ToleranceFactor computes the exact tolerance factor for the two-sided tolerance interval Author: Viktor Witkovsky Pete

Prima facie, this looks well written and well documented. It seems to give results that are highly correlated with, but slightly from, various websites (all of which agree with each other). For example:

>> ToleranceFactorGK(30,.95,.95)
ans = 2.5549

Whereas the following all give it as 2.549
- http://statpages.org/tolintvl.html
- http://www.astm.org/standardization-news/data-points/statistical-intervals-part-3-nd11.html
- http://www.webapps.cee.vt.edu/ewr/environmental/teach/smprimer/intervals/interval.html

The difference is small though, particularly at large N, and any fault may lie with the websites rather than this function (unsure). Any explanation for this difference would be much appreciated.

Thanks for posting

29 Sep 2012 mixed Estimates the parameters of mixed linear model. Author: Viktor Witkovsky Junqi Zhu

very good program!

29 Jun 2009 mixed Estimates the parameters of mixed linear model. Author: Viktor Witkovsky Marcelo Leiva

Thank you for this matlab turbo. Some one have any example that show the function of "mixed"?
Thank's

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