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    Need help reverse-engineering the logic

    Hello,

    Not a typical question... I have these samples of data, and I know they produce results below. I know percentages are calculated based on comparison of stimulus to marker. Marker is the base level. Stimulus is the actual experiment. However, I can't reproduce the mathematics behind it. If someone can give a clue, I would really appreciate it. (I'm a software engineer and trying to reverse-engineer something)


    Results: 95%, 61%, 56%, 64%, 54%
    Data sets:
    marker stimul
    321.905 330.08
    343.8 278.975
    308.445 298.57
    290.95 278.91
    338.555 310.68

    marker stimul
    291.005 277.49
    347.215 301.605
    314.43 323.895
    318.53 327.775
    309.86 359.3

    marker stimul
    333.575 324.88
    325.37 298.04
    331.765 337.885
    340.08 319.54
    339.385 297.545

    marker stimul
    338.125 338.18
    311.395 289.9
    316.225 291.54
    318.34 327.4
    318.905 338.055

    marker stimul
    351.325 372.255
    274.33 342.545
    285.695 270.815
    330.255 312.905
    311.545 273.79

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    Results: 80%, 59%, 58%, 61%, 58%, 69%
    Data sets:
    marker stimul
    221.97 245.57
    329.12 341.295
    188.525 308.445
    240.22 204.77
    303.135 274.745


    marker stimul
    256.87 250.555
    327.595 367.475
    266.37 264.98
    232.9 199.995
    244.805 336.81

    marker stimul
    286.83 294.815
    379.795 366.7
    239.16 269.36
    228.41 254.385
    289.095 452.77

    marker stimul
    298.88 322.79
    253.75 210.52
    293.55 315.03
    265 343.895
    422.78 392.38


    marker stimul
    289.415 309.99
    175.635 175.5
    295.25 269.225
    320.92 313.51
    406.165 367.28


    marker stimul
    290.22 313.7
    226.815 171.56
    345.91 324.435
    317.93 343.205
    292.58 379.28
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    Re: Need help reverse-engineering the logic

    Hey KA83.

    What statistics are you trying to measure? Means, medians, probabilities or anything along these lines?
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