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gbquant - Print quantiles of data distribution
Print distribution quantiles. Data are read from standard input. If no -x or -q options are provided, a quantiles table is plotted. The number of quantiles can be chosen with -n. The option -x #1 prints the quantile associated with the value #1, while -q #2 print the value associate with the quantile #2. Of course #2 must be between 0 and 1. Multiple values can be provided to -x or -q, separated with commas. With -w #1,#2 all the observations inside the quantile range [#1,#2) are printed. If more columns are provided with option -t, the specified action is repeated on each column. Without -t, columns are pooled unless -w is specified, in which case all rows whose first element is inside the range are printed. A different column for sorting can be specified with option -W. If 0 is specified, the cut is applied with respect to all columns
-n number of quantiles to print (default 10) -x print the quantile (interpolated) associated with the value -q print the value (interpolated) associated with the quantile -e print the (asymptotic) error for -x or -q; doesn't work with -t -w print observations inside a quantile windows -W set the column to use (default 1) -t consider separately each column of input -F specify the input fields separators (default " \t") -h this help -v verbose mode
Written by Giulio Bottazzi
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