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       Psignifit - A program for fitting and testing hypotheses about psychometric functions.


       Psignifit  allows  fitting  of  psychometric  functions to datasets while maintaining full
       control over a large number of parameters. Data can either be  read  from  text  files  or
       passed through a pipe.
       Psignifit  performs  the  calculation  of  confidence intervals as well as goodness-of-fit
       tests.  Psignifit accepts input in a number of different ways:

       From named text files:
              psignifit <data> <preferences>

       Entirely from the console:
              psignifit (...)
              (enter data and preferences from the console and  then  send  an  EOF  character  -
              Ctrl-D in most UNIX shells)

       Partly from named text files, partly from the console:
              psignifit <data> <preferences> -

       Through a pipe:
              cat <data + preferences> | psignifit

       Or via a mixture of piped input on stdin and files named on the command line:
              echo "#random_seed 12345" | cat <preferences> | psignifit <data> -

       For  more  documentation  see the files in the /usr/share/doc/psignifit directory or visit


       An    example    dataset    and    fitting     preferences     can     be     found     in


       A regression test for psignifit can be found in /usr/share/doc/psignifit/tests


       Psignifit was written by Jeremy Hill.

       This  manual  page  was written by Michael Hanke <>, for the Debian
       project (but may be used by others).