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Descriptive Statistcs for Python - simple library that implements mean, variance, std deviation, percentile over lists of numbers

Project description

Port of https://github.com/thirtysixthspan/descriptive_statistics to python. I’ve encapsulated it in an Enum class as I wasn’t intending to modify the original list. My main use will be at https://github.com/gleicon/pymetrics package.

Install
$ python setup install

Basic usage:

from py_descriptive_statistics import Enum enum = Enum([2,6,9,3,5,1,8,3,6,9,2])

print enum.number() print enum.sum() print enum.mean() print enum.median() print enum.variance() print enum.standard_deviation() print enum.percentile(70) print enum.percentile(95) print enum.percentile(99)

To run tests
$ cd tests $ python pdstests.py

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