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Re: [tdf-discuss] Calc Statistics TINV detail


Hi Claudio,

Claudio Delpino schrieb:
Regards to all, motive for my mail is to find out what is the general
opinion on an issue.

Currently, the TINV(number,dof) function returns the T distribution value
that has a two-tailed probability of "number" under a T distribution with
"dof" degrees of freedom.

This is clearly stated in
http://help.libreoffice.org/Calc/Statistical_Functions_Part_Five#TINV

But, within Calc's function wizard , this is not stated, leaving it out to
external confirmation if your input is the one-tailed or two-tailed
probability.

I think it should be stated. What are your opinions on this ?

I think it should be changed.

ODF has the description "Calculates the inverse of the two-tailed t-distribution."

The AOO-Wiki has the text "TINV(p; r) returns the value x, such that TDIST(x; r; 2) is p."


I am able to do the correction if needed.

Would you mind posting the patch to AOO too with Apache License?

Kind regards
Regina


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