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Hi there,

does anyone use statistical functions like weighted mean, weighted deviation, distribution function of a standard normal distribution..? Especially the latter one is highly sophisticated since it needs some numerical approximization called  trapecoid integration et al. I need the implementation of this function in pure Java 1.1. I appreciate any help (link to a free library, source code, ..). I hope I caught anyone's interest.

Many thanx in advance
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Look at this site . There are very nice samples of doing statistics in java.

http://www.win.tue.nl:82/math/bs/statistics/wwwsites/javastat.html
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