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       pkstatascii - program to calculate basic statistics from text file


       pkstatascii -i input [-c column] [options] [advanced options]


       pkstatascii calculates basic statistics of a data series in a text file.


       -i filename, --input filename
              name of the input text file

       -size, --size
              sample size

       -rnd number, --rnd number
              generate random numbers

       -dist function, --dist function
              distribution         for        generating        random        numbers,        see
       (only    uniform    and
              Gaussian supported yet)

       -rnda value, --rnda value
              first parameter for random distribution (mean value in case of Gaussian)

       -rndb value, --rndb value
              second parameter for random distribution (standard deviation in case of Gaussian)

       -mean, --mean
              calculate mean

       -median, --median
              calculate median

       -var, --var
              calculate variance

       -stdev, --stdev
              calculate standard deviation

       -skew, --skewness
              calculate skewness

       -kurt, --kurtosis
              calculate kurtosis

       -sum, --sum
              calculate sum of column

       -mm, --minmax
              calculate minimum and maximum value

       -min, --min
              calculate minimum value

       -max, --max
              calculate maximum value

       -hist, --hist
              calculate histogram

       -hist2d, --hist2d
              calculate 2-dimensional histogram based on two columns

       -nbin value, --nbin value
              number of bins to calculate histogram

       -rel, --relative
              use percentiles for histogram to calculate histogram

       -kde, --kde
              Use  Kernel  ⟨⟩  density  estimation
              when producing histogram.  The standard deviation is estimated based on Silverman's
              rule of thumb

       -cor, --correlation
              calculate   Pearson  produc-moment  correlation  coefficient  between  two  columns
              (defined by -c <col1> -c <col2>)

       -rmse, --rmse
              calculate root mean square error between two  columns  (defined  by  -c  <col1>  -c

       -reg, --regression
              calculate  linear  regression  between  two columns and get correlation coefficient
              (defined by -c <col1> -c <col2>)

       -regerr, --regerr
              calculate linear regression between two columns and  get  root  mean  square  error
              (defined by -c <col1> -c <col2>)

       -v level, --verbose level
              verbose mode when positive

       Advanced options

       -src_min value, --src_min value
              start reading source from this minimum value

       -src_max value, --src_max value
              stop reading source from this maximum value

       -fs separator, --fs separator
              field separator.

       -r startrow [-r endrow], --range startrow [--range endrow]
              rows to start/end reading.  Use -r 1 -r 10 to read first 10 rows where first row is
              header.  Use 0 to read all rows with no header.

       -o, --output
              output the selected columns

       -t, --transpose
              transpose input ascii vector (use in combination with --output)

       -comment character, --comment character
              comment character

                                         05 January 2019                           pkstatascii(1)