**Name:** perl-Statistics-OLS

**Summary:** Perform ordinary least squares and associated statistics

**Version:** 0.07

**Release:** 1.2

**License:** Artistic/GPL

**Group:** Applications/CPAN

**URL:** http://search.cpan.org/dist/Statistics-OLS/

**Description:** I wrote Statistics::OLS to perform Ordinary Least Squares (linear curve
fitting) on two dimensional data: y = a + bx. The other simple
statistical module I found on CPAN (Statistics::Descriptive) is
designed for univariate analysis. It accomodates OLS, but somewhat
inflexibly and without rich bivariate statistics. Nevertheless, it
might make sense to fold OLS into that module or a supermodule someday.

Statistics::OLS computes the estimated slope and intercept of the regression line, their T-statistics, R squared, standard error of the regression and the Durbin-Watson statistic. It can also return the residuals.

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# $Id$# Authority: dries# Upstream: Sanford Morton <smorton$pobox,com>%defineperl_vendorlib %(eval "`%{__perl}-V:installvendorlib`"; echo $installvendorlib)%defineperl_vendorarch %(eval "`%{__perl}-V:installvendorarch`"; echo $installvendorarch)%definereal_name Statistics-OLSSummary:Perform ordinary least squares and associated statisticsName:perl-Statistics-OLSVersion:0.07Release:1.2%{?dist}License:Artistic/GPLGroup:Applications/CPANURL:http://search.cpan.org/dist/Statistics-OLS/Source:http://www.cpan.org/modules/by-module/Statistics/Statistics-OLS-%{version}.tar.gzBuildRoot:%{_tmppath}/%{name}-%{version}-%{release}-rootBuildArch:noarchBuildRequires:perlBuildRequires:perl(ExtUtils::MakeMaker)%descriptionI wrote Statistics::OLS to perform Ordinary Least Squares (linear curve fitting) on two dimensional data: y = a + bx. The other simple statistical module I found on CPAN (Statistics::Descriptive) is designed for univariate analysis. It accomodates OLS, but somewhat inflexibly and without rich bivariate statistics. Nevertheless, it might make sense to fold OLS into that module or a supermodule someday.Statistics::OLS computes the estimated slope and intercept of the regression line, their T-statistics, R squared, standard error of the regression and the Durbin-Watson statistic. It can also return the residuals.%prep%setup-n%{real_name}-%{version}%build%{__perl}Makefile.PL INSTALLDIRS="vendor" PREFIX="%{buildroot}%{_prefix}"%{__make}%{?_smp_mflags}%install%{__rm}-rf%{buildroot}%{__make}pure_install### Clean up buildrootfind%{buildroot}-name .packlist -exec%{__rm}{} \;%clean%{__rm}-rf%{buildroot}%files%defattr(-, root, root, 0755)%docChanges README%doc%{_mandir}/man3/*%{perl_vendorlib}/Statistics/OLS.pm%changelog* Wed Mar 22 2006 Dries Verachtert<dries@ulyssis.org>- 0.07-1.2 - Rebuild for Fedora Core 5. * Sat Apr 9 2005 Dries Verachtert<dries@ulyssis.org>- 0.07-1 - Initial package.