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    Data analysis

    Hi there, i have a series of data: (20, 34, 44, 55, 12, 34, 47, 20) and i want them to be adjusted to every distribution available (log, lognormal, gumbel, pearson etc.) and then have a chi2 test. Is there any online site that can do that with just entering the values i have? Or do you have a excel o something easy, so i can just input those numbers and get the results fast?

    thanks a lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by asdfchanta View Post
    Hi there, i have a series of data: (20, 34, 44, 55, 12, 34, 47, 20) and i want them to be adjusted to every distribution available (log, lognormal, gumbel, pearson etc.) and then have a chi2 test. Is there any online site that can do that with just entering the values i have? Or do you have a excel o something easy, so i can just input those numbers and get the results fast?

    thanks a lot.
    Why? With such a small data set you will not learn much.

    CB
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    That was just an example. I have more data. Do you know how can i analyze it easily?
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