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A Go library and command for evaluating whether two or more sets of measurements are statistically different.
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README.md

tinystat

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A Go library and command for evaluating whether two or more sets of measurements are statistically different. It does this by performing a Student's t-test at a particular confidence level, making it suitable for small sets of measurements (e.g., multiple runs of a benchmark). It's inspired largely by FreeBSD's ministat (written by Poul-Henning Kamp).

Installation

$ go get github.com/codahale/tinystat/...

Documentation

For documentation, check the godoc for the Go package or the godoc for the tinystat command.