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Dr. G. Buerger
Thu, 15 May 1997 12:42:29 +0100
the following line (68) of the abovementioned code is obviously wrong
count (find (i <= n_x)) = ones (1, n_x) / n_x;
giving an error message
error: A(I) = X: X must be a scalar or a matrix with the same size as I
BTW, the sort/count statistic is somewhat different from what I know about the
KS test from the literature, which estimates the difference of the 2 cdf's. Is
there a reason for doing so?
On the other hand, octave is great.
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