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This page includes the information on how to access the ANOVA - One Way library via shell-based command-line interface on local machines. More information about other SOCR Analyses command-line interfaces is available here.

Contents

Introduction

In addition to the graphical user interfaces, via a web-browser, all SOCR Analyses allow command-line shell execution on local systems.

General Usage

  • Get the latest SOCR JAR files from the SOCR page (http://socr.ucla.edu/htmls/jars/).
  • The command-line interface to SOCR Analyses generally uses EXAMPLE 1 from the list of example data files for the corresponding analysis.
  • All Input files are ASCII (see examples within each of the specific analyses).
  • a -h flag at the end of the command-line indicates that the first row in all ASCII input data files is a HEADER row (so it's not interpreted as data)


ANOVA - One Way Usage

  • Generic Setting:

java -cp [SOCRjar_location]/SOCR_core.jar:[SOCRjar_location]/SOCR_plugin.jar edu.ucla.stat.SOCR.analyses.command.AnovaOneWayCSV [data_location]/test.txt -h

  • Example: Edit a new file (AnovaOneWayCSV.csh) using any editor and paste this inside (make sure the file has executable permisions). Some operating systems/platforms may require variants of this (C-shell) script.

#!/bin/csh

date

java -cp /cxfs/ccb/CCB_SW_Tools/others/Statistics/SOCR_Statistics/bin/SOCR_core.jar:/ cxfs/ccb/CCB_SW_Tools/others/Statistics/SOCR_Statistics/bin/SOCR_plugin.jar edu.ucla.stat.SOCR.analyses.command.AnovaOneWayCSV /cxfs/ccb/CCB_SW_Tools/others/Statistics/SOCR_Statistics/SOCR_CSV_test_Scripts_Data/test.txt -h

date

exit

Example Input data files

One test datafile is included with the SOCR analyses command-line distribution (test.txt). The ASCII content of each of these is included below. Note that the first lines in these files are column headers. This requires the "-h" flag at the end of the command line execution so that these first lines are interpreted as column headers.

test.txt
x y
93.0 1
67.0 1
77.0 1
92.0 1
97.0 1
62.0 1
136.0 2
120.0 2
115.0 2
121.0 2
102.0 2
130.0 2
198.0 3
217.0 3
209.0 3
221.0 3
190.0 3


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