SEE_ALSO

## NAME

rstat -- Print statistics about reseau entries.

## USAGE

`rstat inres1 entry1 inres2 entry2`

## DESCRIPTION

This task computes the mean, standard deviation, median, and the mean of the absolute values of the deviations from the median. If two reseau entries are specified, the statistics are computed for the difference between the two entries. If only one entry is specified, the statistics are computed for that entry alone.

## PARAMETERS

- inres= "" [string]
- Name of reseau table containing first entry.

- entry= "" [string]
- Name of first entry.
The task computes statistics on
`entry1`-`entry2`.

- inres= "" [string]
- Name of reseau table containing second entry.
If there is only one entry or if both entries are in the same reseau table,
then this parameter should be empty, i.e.,
`inres2=""`.

- entry= "" [string]
- Name of second entry.
If no value is passed to
`entry2`, or if the value is not found, then statistics are computed for`entry1`.

## EXAMPLES

1. Compute statistics on the difference between entries "respos" and "distpos", both of which are in the reseau table "res.tab".

rstat res.tab respos "" distpos

## BUGS

## REFERENCES

This task was written by Phil Hodge.

## SEE ALSO