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From: Neal D. Becker (nbecker_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-02-11 13:38:18

Yes, I use a simple 2nd order stats class all the time.

There is a scalar version:
template<class T>
class Stat {

And for complex:
template<class T>
class Stat< std::complex<T> > {

On Tuesday 11 February 2003 11:19 am, Jeff Garland wrote:
> Scott K wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I have a small family of statistics classes which I have used from time
> > to time. The one I use most often is simply called stats.
> > Here's an example of it's use:
> > ...details snipped...
> I'm sure there are folks interested in statistical (and other)
> functions. I've developed exactly this sort of class in the
> past so I understand the utility. However, I suspect some of
> us would hope statistical algorithms to be formulated as STL
> Algorithm extensions. Specifically concerning statistics see:
> and more generally:
> We definitely need volunteers to take these rough Wiki musings and
> convert them into actual documented libraries. I'm not sure this
> is what you had in mind, but I, for one, would welcome your effort
> either way!
> Jeff
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