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This page includes the information on how to access the [http://socr.ucla.edu/htmls/SOCR_Analyses.html Two Paired Sample Signed-Rank Test (Wilcoxon) SOCR Analyses] library via shell-based command-line interface on local machines. More information about [[SOCR_EduMaterials_AnalysesCommandLine | other SOCR Analyses command-line interfaces is available here]].
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This page includes the information on how to access the [http://socr.ucla.edu/htmls/SOCR_Analyses.html One Sample T Test SOCR Analyses] library via shell-based command-line interface on local machines. More information about [[SOCR_EduMaterials_AnalysesCommandLine | other SOCR Analyses command-line interfaces is available here]].
== Introduction ==
== Introduction ==
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==Two Paired Sample Signed-Rank Test (Wilcoxon) Usage==
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==One Sample T Test Usage==
* Generic Setting:
* Generic Setting:
<code>
<code>
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java -cp [SOCRjar_location]/SOCR_core.jar:[SOCRjar_location]/SOCR_plugin.jar edu.ucla.stat.SOCR.analyses.command.TwoPairSignedRankCSV [data_location]/rank1.txt [data_location]/rank2.txt -h
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java -cp [SOCRjar_location]/SOCR_core.jar:[SOCRjar_location]/SOCR_plugin.jar edu.ucla.stat.SOCR.analyses.command.OneTCSV [data_location]/rank1.txt [data_location]/1T.txt -h 5
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* Example: Edit a new file (ChiSquareModelFitCSV.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.
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* Example: Edit a new file (OneTCSV.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.
<code>#!/bin/csh</code>
<code>#!/bin/csh</code>
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stat.SOCR.analyses.command.TwoPairSignedRankCSV /cxfs/ccb/CCB_SW_Tools/others/Statist
stat.SOCR.analyses.command.TwoPairSignedRankCSV /cxfs/ccb/CCB_SW_Tools/others/Statist
ics/SOCR_Statistics/SOCR_CSV_test_Scripts_Data/rank1.txt /cxfs/ccb/CCB_SW_Tools/others/S
ics/SOCR_Statistics/SOCR_CSV_test_Scripts_Data/rank1.txt /cxfs/ccb/CCB_SW_Tools/others/S
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tatistics/SOCR_Statistics/SOCR_CSV_test_Scripts_Data/rank2.txt -h</code>
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tatistics/SOCR_Statistics/SOCR_CSV_test_Scripts_Data/1T.txt -h</code>
<code>date</code>
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==Example Input data files==
==Example Input data files==
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Two test datafiles are included with the SOCR analyses command-line distribution ('''rank1.txt''' and '''rank2.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.
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Two test datafiles are included with the SOCR analyses command-line distribution ('''1T.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.
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Revision as of 23:12, 13 February 2008

This page includes the information on how to access the One Sample T Test SOCR Analyses 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)


One Sample T Test Usage

  • Generic Setting:

java -cp [SOCRjar_location]/SOCR_core.jar:[SOCRjar_location]/SOCR_plugin.jar edu.ucla.stat.SOCR.analyses.command.OneTCSV [data_location]/rank1.txt [data_location]/1T.txt -h 5

  • Example: Edit a new file (OneTCSV.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.TwoPairSignedRankCSV /cxfs/ccb/CCB_SW_Tools/others/Statist ics/SOCR_Statistics/SOCR_CSV_test_Scripts_Data/rank1.txt /cxfs/ccb/CCB_SW_Tools/others/S tatistics/SOCR_Statistics/SOCR_CSV_test_Scripts_Data/1T.txt -h

date

exit

Example Input data files

Two test datafiles are included with the SOCR analyses command-line distribution (1T.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.

1T.txt 1T.txt
Before After
27.0 25.0
29.0 25.0
37.0 27.0
56.0 44.0
46.0 30.0
82.0 67.0
57.0 53.0
80.0 53.0
61.0 52.0
59.0 60.0
43.0 28.0


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