Instructions for Large Bivariate Files

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Instructions for Large Bivariate Files Users of early versions of SLICE encountered problems when working with large datasets (say 1000  or more cases). More specifically, the program had trouble displaying the Scatter and Stickpin plots of  such large datasets. The BigBV.exe addition to SLICE is a means to overcome the problems  encountered with running large datasets on SLICE.  (Unless BigBV is applied, only the first 999 cases  in the file will be selected and then used to estimate curves.) File Descriptions >BigBV.exe – the actual program that estimates Fourier coefficients from large data sets >BigBV.in – a supporting file that must exist in the same directory as the BigBV.exe program >temp2.txt – an example of a data file that works with BigBV.exe >temp2.gif – a perspective plot that displays the results of BigBV.exe About BigBV.exe (dealing with the quirks of the program)
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2011 for the course PB HLTH 140 taught by Professor Tarter during the Fall '10 term at Berkeley.

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