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DBMATH contains several higher math functions and statistical analysis command programs for use with dBASE II. | |||
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File Name | File Size | Zip Size | Zip Type |

DBMATH.DOC | 1280 | 596 | deflated |

LINREG.PRG | 1536 | 612 | deflated |

LOG.PRG | 896 | 431 | deflated |

NATLOG.PRG | 896 | 426 | deflated |

SQRT.PRG | 768 | 363 | deflated |

STATS.PRG | 1536 | 586 | deflated |

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## Contents of the DBMATH.DOC file

The library DBMATH.LBR contains several higher math functions

and statistical analysis command programs for use with dBASE II.

Included are a natural log function (NATLOG), a base 10 log

function (LOG), and a square root function (SQRT). Any or all of

functions may be inserted into a dBASE command file using the

merge option of any word processor. Make sure that variables used

in the function do not interfere with those already in your

command file.

LINREG and STATS are statistical analysis command files providing

capability for least squares linear regression and descriptive

statistics respectively. LINREG produces slope, y intercept,

coefficient of determination (R^2), and standard error of

estimate. STATS produces average, minimum, maximum, range,

variance and standard deviation. To use either program,

enter a field name when prompted for variables and enter a

"CONDITION:" in the normal dBASE manner for specifying conditions,

ie. "X>0 .AND. #<>25" etc.

John Hathaway - May, 1985

and statistical analysis command programs for use with dBASE II.

Included are a natural log function (NATLOG), a base 10 log

function (LOG), and a square root function (SQRT). Any or all of

functions may be inserted into a dBASE command file using the

merge option of any word processor. Make sure that variables used

in the function do not interfere with those already in your

command file.

LINREG and STATS are statistical analysis command files providing

capability for least squares linear regression and descriptive

statistics respectively. LINREG produces slope, y intercept,

coefficient of determination (R^2), and standard error of

estimate. STATS produces average, minimum, maximum, range,

variance and standard deviation. To use either program,

enter a field name when prompted for variables and enter a

"CONDITION:" in the normal dBASE manner for specifying conditions,

ie. "X>0 .AND. #<>25" etc.

John Hathaway - May, 1985

December 8, 2017
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