Some statistics calculators written for Python 2.x (the str.format() method requires Python >= 2.6). Of course you could just use the numpy or statistics libraries, but where's the fun in that?

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import math numList = [10, 12, 12, 34, 5, 25, 26, 8, 45, 55] numList2 = [12, 45, 23, 9, 65, 67, 45, 34, 49, 22] def mean(numList): """ Calculates the arithmetic mean of a list of numbers """ finalMean = 0.0 for num in numList: finalMean += num finalMean = finalMean / float(len(numList)) return finalMean #print "{0:.4f}".format(finalMean) mean(numList) def weightedMean(numList): """ Calculates the weighted mean of a list of numbers """ total = 0 totalWeight = 0 normalizedWeights = [] # Set up some lists for our weights, weighted values, and weighted means weights = [1 + n for n in range(len(numList))] normalizedWeights = [0 for n in range(len(numList))] # Generate a total of all weights totalWeight = reduce(lambda y,x: x+y, weights) # Divide each weight by the sum of all weights for q, r in enumerate(weights): normalizedWeights[q] = r / float(totalWeight) # Add values of original numList multiplied by weighted values for q, r in enumerate(numList): total += r * normalizedWeights[q] #return total print "{0:.4f}".format(total) weightedMean(numList) def median(numList): """ Calculate the median of a list of numbers """ """ The middle value in the set """ tempList = sorted(numList) index = (len(tempList) - 1) // 2 # If the set has an even number of entries, combine the middle two # Otherwise print the middle value if len(tempList) % 2 == 0: print "{0:.4f}".format((tempList[index] + tempList[index + 1]) / 2.0) else: print tempList[index] median(numList) def mode(numList): """ Calculates the mode of a list of numbers """ """ The mode is the most common value in a set """ sortedCount = [] # Set up a dictionary (we prefer unique keys) to hold our counts count = {} for num in numList: if num not in count.keys(): count[num] = 1 else: count[num] += 1 # Simply print the mode (key with largest value) print max(count, key=count.get) # Sort the dictionary by values and print them sortedCount = sorted(count.iteritems(), key = lambda(k,v):v, reverse=True) for k, v in sortedCount: # To print non-uniques only #if v > 1: print "{0}: {1}".format(k, v) mode(numList) def standardDeviation(numList): """ Calculate the (population) standard deviation of a mean """ """ Distance of a given number from the mean """ # Call our mean function defined above newMean = float(mean(numList)) tempList = [0 for n in range(len(numList))] finalDeviation = 0 # Create a temp data set with (each value minus the mean) squared for q, r in enumerate(numList): tempList[q] = float((numList[q]-newMean)**2) # Pass temp data set to mean() and return its square root finalDeviation = math.sqrt(float(mean(tempList))) #print "{0:.4f}".format(finalDeviation) return finalDeviation standardDeviation(numList) def distributions(loadedDie): """ Variance and standard deviation of a probability distribution """ """ Standard dev function above measures data set, not distribution """ expectedValue = 0.0 variance = 0.0 standardDev = 0.0 # Get the expected value for q, r in enumerate(loadedDie): expectedValue += (1 + q) * r # Get the variance for q, r in enumerate(loadedDie): variance += ((1 + q)**2) * r variance = variance - expectedValue**2 print "Variance: {0:.4f}".format(variance) print "Standard Dev: {0:.4f}".format(math.sqrt(variance)) # Simulate a loaded six-sided die where 5 and 6 are twice as likely # Using 1.0 to force float conversion for Python 2, else import __future__.division # Python 3 automatically converts fractions to float loadedDie = [1.0/8, 1.0/8, 1.0/8, 1.0/8, 1.0/4, 1.0/4] #normal die #loadedDie = [1.0/6, 1.0/6, 1.0/6, 1.0/6, 1.0/6, 1.0/6] distributions(loadedDie) def covariance(numList, numList2): """ Measures the correlation of two variables """ """ The mean of the products of the deviations of each data set from its mean """ finalCovariance = 0.0 # Find the product of the two result sets for q, r in enumerate(numList): finalCovariance += numList[q] * numList2[q] # Divide by size of sample set, then subtract mean1 * mean2 finalCovariance /= len(numList) finalCovariance -= float(mean(numList)) * float(mean(numList2)) return finalCovariance covariance(numList, numList2) def correlation(numList, numList2): """ Compute the correlation coefficient """ sum1 = 0.0 sum2 = 0.0 sum1Sq = 0.0 sum2Sq = 0.0 coeffFinal = 0.0 for num in numList: sum1 += num sum1Sq += num**2 for num2 in numList2: sum2 += num2 sum2Sq += num2**2 coeffFinal = len(numList)**2 * covariance(numList, numList2) / \ math.sqrt(((len(numList) * sum1Sq) - (sum1**2)) * \ ((len(numList) * sum2Sq) - (sum2**2))) print "{0:.4f}".format(coeffFinal) correlation(numList, numList2)

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