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Overview

Comment: | Squashed deprecated `nl` tags, using `para` instead |
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User & Date: | aku 2019-03-07 21:09:38 |

Context

2019-03-22
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19:19 | Brought markdown doctools work into the trunk. check-in: 11efa65aed user: aku tags: trunk | |

2019-03-14
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07:27 | doctools: - `text`: Sliced and diced internals for easier (re)comprehension of the parts. Going towards reuse for a new `markdown` format. Fixed various mis-formattings: - Missing newline at end of output - Superflous newlines at beginning of example sections. - Updated various formatters to not pass initial leading whitespace into the output (See testsuite change, added comments) - `latex`: Fixed handling of paragraph breaks, [nl]. - Extended testsuite, more manpage examples. Also added comments at top with short description. doctoc: - Syntax checker fix, items are allowed before toc end, after the last division. - `text`: Updated to make use of and match the reworked engine. - `html`: Fixed fixed mismanagement of items before first and after last division. Completely new state for tracking levels, items. - `nroff`: Fixed missing indenting of division title - `tmml`: Fixed variable name typo - Extended testsuite with examples for all the generators. docidx: - `nroff`: Fixed unsorted output - Extended testsuite with examples for all the generators. check-in: fae3542632 user: aku tags: doc-fixup-and-markdown | |

2019-03-07
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21:09 | Squashed deprecated `nl` tags, using `para` instead check-in: 4a95b1eebb user: aku tags: trunk | |

2019-03-06
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07:06 | Regenerated documentation. check-in: 08c384a6c3 user: aku tags: trunk | |

Changes

Changes to modules/math/statistics.man.

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[arg_def int numberSamples] Number of samples (default: 1) [list_end] [call [cmd ::math::statistics::wasserstein-distance] [arg prob1] [arg prob2]] Compute the Wasserstein distance or earth mover's distance for two equidstantly spaced histograms or probability densities. The histograms need not to be normalised to sum to one, but they must have the same number of entries. [nl] Note: the histograms are assumed to be based on the same equidistant intervals. As the bounds are not passed, the value is expressed in the length of the intervals. [list_begin arguments] [arg_def list prob1] List of values for the first histogram/probability density [arg_def list prob2] List of values for the second histogram/probability density [list_end] [call [cmd ::math::statistics::kl-divergence] [arg prob1] [arg prob2]] Compute the Kullback-Leibler (KL) divergence for two equidstantly spaced histograms or probability densities. The histograms need not to be normalised to sum to one, but they must have the same number of entries. [nl] Note: the histograms are assumed to be based on the same equidistant intervals. As the bounds are not passed, the value is expressed in the length of the intervals. [nl] Note also that the KL divergence is not symmetric and that the second histogram should not contain zeroes in places where the first histogram has non-zero values. [list_begin arguments] [arg_def list prob1] List of values for the first histogram/probability density [arg_def list prob2] List of values for the second histogram/probability density [list_end] |
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[arg_def int numberSamples] Number of samples (default: 1) [list_end] [call [cmd ::math::statistics::wasserstein-distance] [arg prob1] [arg prob2]] Compute the Wasserstein distance or earth mover's distance for two equidstantly spaced histograms or probability densities. The histograms need not to be normalised to sum to one, but they must have the same number of entries. [para] Note: the histograms are assumed to be based on the same equidistant intervals. As the bounds are not passed, the value is expressed in the length of the intervals. [list_begin arguments] [arg_def list prob1] List of values for the first histogram/probability density [arg_def list prob2] List of values for the second histogram/probability density [list_end] [call [cmd ::math::statistics::kl-divergence] [arg prob1] [arg prob2]] Compute the Kullback-Leibler (KL) divergence for two equidstantly spaced histograms or probability densities. The histograms need not to be normalised to sum to one, but they must have the same number of entries. [para] Note: the histograms are assumed to be based on the same equidistant intervals. As the bounds are not passed, the value is expressed in the length of the intervals. [para] Note also that the KL divergence is not symmetric and that the second histogram should not contain zeroes in places where the first histogram has non-zero values. [list_begin arguments] [arg_def list prob1] List of values for the first histogram/probability density [arg_def list prob2] List of values for the second histogram/probability density [list_end] |