Description
Statistex helps you do common statistics calculations and to explore a data set. It focusses on two things:
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Statistex
Statistex helps you do common statistics calculations and to explore a data set. It focusses on two things:
 providing you a
statistics/2
function that just computes all statistics it knows for a data set, reusing previously made calculations to not compute something again (for instance standard deviation needs the average, so it first computes the average and then passes it on):Statistex.statistics(samples)
 gives you the opportunity to pass known values to functions so that it doesn't need to compute more than it absolutely needs to:
Statistex.standard_deviation(samples, average: computed_average)
Installation
def deps do
[
{:statistex, "~> 1.0"}
]
end
Supported elixir versions are 1.6+ (together with their respective erlang OTP versions aka 19+).
Usage
Check out the documentation of the main Statistex module but here is a small overview:
iex> samples = [1, 3.0, 2.35, 11.0, 1.37, 35, 5.5, 10, 0, 2.35]
# calculate all available statistics at once, efficiently reusing already calculated values
iex> Statistex.statistics(samples)
%Statistex{
average: 7.156999999999999,
frequency_distribution: %{
0 => 1,
1 => 1,
10 => 1,
35 => 1,
1.37 => 1,
2.35 => 2,
3.0 => 1,
5.5 => 1,
11.0 => 1
},
maximum: 35,
median: 2.675,
minimum: 0,
mode: 2.35,
percentiles: %{50 => 2.675},
sample_size: 10,
standard_deviation: 10.47189577445799,
standard_deviation_ratio: 1.46316833512058,
total: 71.57,
variance: 109.6606011111111
}
# or just calculate the value you need
iex> Statistex.average(samples)
7.156999999999999
# Calculate the value you want reusing values you already know
# (check the docs for what functions accepts what options)
iex> Statistex.average(samples, sample_size: 10)
7.156999999999999
# Most Statistex functions raise given an empty list as most functions don't make sense then.
# It is recommended that you manually handle the empty list case should that occur as your
# output is likely also very different from when you have statistics.
iex> Statistex.statistics([])
** (ArgumentError) Passed an empty list ([]) to calculate statistics from, please pass a list containing at least on number.
Supported Statistics
For an up to date overview with explanations please check out the documentation of the Statistex module.
Statistics currently supported:
 average
 frequency_distribution
 maximum
 median
 minimum
 mode
 percentiles
 sample_size
 standard_deviation
 standard_deviation_ratio
 total
 variance
Alternatives
In elixir there are 2 notable other libraries that I'm aware of: statistics and Numerix.
Both include more functions than just for statistics: general math and more (drawing of random values for instance). They also have more statistics related functions as of this writing. So if you'e looking for something, that Statistex doesn't provide (yet) these are some of the first places I'd look.
Why would you still want to use Statistex?
statistics/2
is really nice when you're just exploring a data set or just want to have everything at once when calling
statistics/2
Statistex reuses previously calculated values (average for standard_deviation for instance, or a sorted list of samples for some calculations) which makes for more efficient calculations. Statistex extends that capability to you so that you can pass pre calculated values as optional arguments.  small and focussed on just statistics :)
We're naturally also looking to add more statistical functions as we go along, and pull requests are very welcome :)
Performance
Statistex is written in pure elixir. Cextensions and friends would surely be faster. The goal of statistex is to be as fast possible in pure elixir while providing correct results. Hence, the focus on reusing previously calculated values and providing that ability to users.
History
Statistex was extracted from benchee and as such it powers benchees statistics calculations. Its great ancestor (if you will) was first conceived in this commit.
Contributing
Contributions to benchee are very welcome! Bug reports, documentation, spelling corrections, new statistics, bugfixes... all of those (and probably more) are much appreciated contributions!
Please respect the [Code of Conduct](//github.com/bencheeorg/statistex/blob/master/CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md).
You can also look directly at the open issues.
A couple of (hopefully) helpful points:
 Feel free to ask for help and guidance on an issue/PR ("How can I implement this?", "How could I test this?", ...)
 Feel free to open early/not yet complete pull requests to get some early feedback
 When in doubt if something is a good idea open an issue first to discuss it
 In case I don't respond feel free to bump the issue/PR or ping me in other places
Development
mix deps.get
to install dependenciesmix test
to run testsmix dialyzer
to run dialyzer for type checking, might take a while on the first invocation (try building plts first withmix dialyzer plt
)mix credo strict
to find code style problems