
 Description:
Contents: circ_r Resultant vector length circ_mean Mean direction of a sample of circular data circ_axial Mean direction for axial data circ_median Median direction of a sample of circular data circ_std Dispersion around the mean direction (std, mardia) circ_var Circular variance circ_skewness Circular skewness circ_kurtosis Circular kurtosis circ_moment Circular pth moment circ_dist Distances around a circle circ_dist2 Pairwise distances around a circle circ_confmean Confidence intervals for mean direction circ_stats Summary statistics
circ_rtest Rayleigh's test for nonuniformity circ_otest HodgesAjne test (omnibus test) for nonuniformity circ_raotest Rao's spacing test for nonuniformity circ_vtest VTest for nonuniformity with known mean direction circ_medtest Test for median angle circ_mtest Onesample test for specified mean direction circ_wwtest Multisample test for equal means, onefactor ANOVA circ_hktest Twofactor ANOVA circ_ktest Test for equal concentration parameter circ_symtest Test for symmetry around median angle circ_kuipertest Test whether two distributions are identical (like KS test)
circ_corrcc Circularcircular correlation coefficient circ_corrcl Circularlinear correlation coefficient
circ_kappa Compute concentration parameter of a vm distribution
circ_plot Visualization for circular data circ_clust Simple clustering for circular data circ_samplecdf Evaluate CDF of a sample of angles
rad2ang Convert radian to angular values ang2rad Convert angular to radian values
All functions take arguments in radians (expect for ang2rad). For a detailed description of arguments and outputs consult the help text in the files.
 Changes to previous version:
New functions and reference.
 BibTeX Entry: Download
 Corresponding Paper BibTeX Entry: Download
 URL: Project Homepage
 Supported Operating Systems: Agnostic
 Data Formats: None
 Tags: Angular, Circular, Correlation, Rayleigh Test, Angular Variable, Anova, Directional Statistics
 Archive: download here
Comments

 Philipp (on May 7, 2009, 08:53:47)
No idea. If you test it, let me know. :)
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Does this one work with octave too?