Statistics101/Resampling Stats Command Summary 

COMMAND 
DESCRIPTION 
Computes the absolute value of each element of the input vector. 

Computes the arc cosine of each element of its input vector. 

Arithmetically adds corresponding elements of its input vectors. 

Computes the number of arguments that a subroutine was invoked with. 

Computes the arc sine of each element of its input vector. 

Computes the arc tangent of each element of its input vector. 

Computes the probability of k successes in n trials given a probability of success. 

Outputs a boxplot of one or more input vectors to the Output Window. 

Forces immediate exit from the innermost enclosing REPEAT or WHILE loop. 

Computes the chisquare statistic from its two input vectors. 

Removes "missing data" (NaN) from one or more vectors. 

Removes all the elements from one or more vectors. 

Clears the contents of the Output Window. 

Closes all graph tabs in the lower panel of the main window. 

Computes the number of combinations of n items taken k at a time. 

Concatenates arguments into a single vector (Same as COPY). 

Concatenates arguments into a single vector. 

Computes Pearson's product moment correlation coefficient of two vectors. 

Computes the cosine of each element of its input vector. 

Counts the number of elements that pass a specified test. 

Concatenates arguments into a single vector (Same as COPY). 

Causes the program to stop executing at this point and enter the debugger. 

Declares the argument list of a subroutine so the subroutine may be invoked in the text of a program prior to its actual definition. 

Removes duplicate elements from its input vector. 

Arithmetically divides corresponding elements of its input vectors. 

Marks the beginning of a set of commands to be executed if the logical expressions of all other branches of an IF command fail. 

Marks the beginning of a alternative branch of an IF command, with its own logical expression, controlling its own set of commands. 

Marks the end of an IF, REPEAT, WHILE, or NEWCMD command block. 

Submits a command string to be executed by the underlying operating system (Windows, Mac, Linux). 

Quits the currently running user program. 

Computes the number e (i.e., 2.71828...) raised to the power of each element of the input vector. 

Randomly selects a specified number of values from a specified exponential distribution. 

Executes commands between FOREACH and END assigning each element of the given vector one by one to element. 

Copies the fractional part of each element of its inputVector into its result vector. 

Sets a range of validity for value comparisons during tests. 

Randomly selects a specified number of elements from a vector, with replacement (Same as SAMPLE). 

Copies the specified optional argument into the result variable. 

Retrieves the path information for the file accessed by the most recent READ or WRITE command. 

Declares that the names in its argument list are to be visible within subroutines.. 

Creates a histogram of one or more vectors in a new graphic window tab. 

Computes a histogram from its input vector and puts the results in the remaining vectors. Does not make a plot or graph. 

Prints a textplot histogram of one or more vectors in the Output Window. 

Allows execution of commands between IF and the next branch (ELSE, ELSEIF, or END) of the IF command if a specified logical expression evaluates to true. 

This command replaces itself with the contents of the file(s) in its argument list. 

Prompts the user for input and accepts user's input. 

Converts all elements of its input vector to integer by truncation, floor, ceiling, or rounding, depending on the keyword. Default is truncation. 

Uses mathematical formula notation to compute a value and assign it to a variable. Allows use of many Statistics101 math command names as unary functions. 

Computes the natural logarithm of each element of its input vector. 

Computes the base 10 logarithm of each element of its input vector. 

Randomly selects a specified number of numbers from a specified lognormal distribution. 

Finds the largest value (most positive) in its input vector 

MAXSIZE 
Not implemented. 
Computes the mean of a vector. 

Computes the median of a vector. 

Finds the smallest (most negative) value in its input vector. 

Finds the most frequently occurring value in its input vector. 

Computes the number of "multiples" whose sizes satisfy the specified test. 

Arithmetically multiplies corresponding elements of its input vectors. 

Creates one or more named constants. 

Creates an array with the given name and dimensions. 

Declares a "new command" or subroutine. 

Randomly selects a specified number of numbers from a specified normal distribution. 

Calculates the cumulative normal distribution. Given x or z computes p. 

Calculates the inverse cumulative normal distribution. Given p computes z or x. 

Concatenates arguments into a single vector (Same as COPY). 

Prints a string and any number of optional numbers to the Output Window. 

Randomly selects a specified number of numbers from the specified Pareto distribution. 

Stops program execution until the user clicks on the Continue button. 

Computes specified percentiles from an input vector. 

Computes the number of permutations of n items taken k at a time. 

Randomly selects a specified number of numbers from a specified Poisson distribution. 

Raises each element in the first input vector to the power of the corresponding element in the second input vector. 

Prints the name and contents of one or more vectors to the Output Window, one vector to a line. 

Computes the product of all the elements of its input vector. 

Prints program variables, constants, and status information to the Output Window. 

Inserts values from input vector into the result vector at locations specified by the positions vector. 

Randomly selects a specified number of elements from a vector, with replacement (Same as SAMPLE). 

Creates a list of the ranks of the elements of its input vector. 

Reads a file into one or more result variables (vectors). 

Replaces with a specified number, any element of the input vector that satisfies a specified test. 

Computes the coefficients of the linear regression equation determined by its dependent vector and its independent vector(s). 

Divides the corresponding elements of the two input vectors and puts the remainder in the result vector. 

Copies all but the specified elements of its input dataVector into its result vector. 

Executes commands between REPEAT and END a specified number of times. 

Rounds each element of its input vector to an integer. 

Rotates the elements of the input vector right or left by the specified number of places. 

Computes the number of runs (consecutive equal numbers) whose lengths satisfy the specified test. 

Randomly selects a specified number of elements from a vector, with replacement. 

Computes a single number by concatenating all the elements of its input vector. 

Displays a linear or log scattergraph of its input vectors in a graphical tab in the Stastistics101 Output Window. 

Accumulates the results of random trials in a scoring vector. 

Sets the seed used by the random number generator and/or selects the algorithm that generates the pseudorandom numbers. 

Creates a vector with a specified number of elements all of the same value as the input number (Can be replaced by COPY N#val ). 

Shifts the elements of the input vector right or left by the specified number of places. Shifts in zeros to the positions freed by the shift. 

Randomly reorders the elements of a vector. 

Substitutes a 1 for negative elements, a +1 for positive elements. Zero becomes +1 unless SIGNUM keyword is present. 

Computes the sine of each element of its input vector. 

Counts the number of elements contained by the input vector. 

Sorts the elements of the input vector in ascending or descending order. 

Computes the square root of each element of the input vector. 

Computes the square of each element of the input vector. 

Computes the standard deviation of a vector. 

Concatenates string literals, string variables and/or vector variables into one string variable. 

Compares two strings, returning zero if they are equal, a negative number if the first is less than the second, a positive number if the first is greater than the second. 

Returns a new string resulting from replacing all occurrences [or the first] of a regular expression match in the input string with a given replacement string. 

Arithmetically subtracts corresponding elements of its input vectors. 

Computes the sum of all the elements of its input vector. 

Computes the sum of the absolute differences between its two input vectors. 

Computes the sum of the squared deviations of its first input vector's elements versus its second vector's elements. 

Computes a list of the positions of the elements of the input vector that pass a test. 

Computes a list whose element values, in order, are the positions of the elements of its input vector as if it were sorted in ascending order. 

Copies specified elements from its input vector into its result vector. 

Computes the tangent of each element of its input vector. 

Reads the system clock and puts the time, in milliseconds, into its result vector. 

Prints a timeplot of its input vector on the Statistics101 Output Window. 

Selects a specified number of values randomly from the uniform distribution with the specified lower and upper limits. 

Executes commands between UNTIL and END until the specified logical expression evaluates to true. 

Concatenates arguments into a single vector (Same as COPY). 

Computes the variance of a vector. 

Discards those values from its input vector that satisfy the specified test. 

Randomly selects a specified number of numbers from the specified Weibull distribution. 

Executes commands between WHILE and END as long as the specified test passes. 

Writes its input vector(s) into a file or the Output Window according to optional format specifications. 

Displays an XY linear or log graph of its input vectors in a graphical tab in the Stastistics101 Output Window. Allows both line and scattergraphs on same graph. 

Prints an XY linear or log text plot of its input vectors to the Statistics101 Output Window. 