I have a search which returns the result as frequency table:
Basically, 6 users have uploaded 0 times, 4 users uploaded 1 time, and so on.
Now I want to compute stats such as the mean, median, and mode. Is there an easier way to compute stats directly on a frequency table such as this? (ie mean should be 0.916666, and mode is 0) This seems to be something that is required quite often, yet I haven't found a way to do it.
I understand there's way to calculate stats on the data before I turn it into a frequency table, the problem is that the query is rather complex (because in order to include the
asked 28 Jun '11, 14:55
If you're frequency table is generated by you running
or, to get back the above frequency table:
if you want, you can generate the subsearch into a file with outputcsv or outputlookup, then fetch it back in and append it.
answered 28 Jun '11, 18:39
No easy way to compute all of these in a single simple query.
trickery to combine them:
answered 28 Jun '11, 16:24