Find the average of a set of numbers.
numaverage [-dhiIlmMV] <\s-1FILE\s0>
| numaverage [-dhiIlmMV] (Input on \s-1STDIN\s0 from pipeline.)
numaverage [-dhiIlmMV] (Input on \s-1STDIN\s0. Use Ctrl-D to stop.)
By default numaverage will determine the average from all numbers on input. Other options allow you to find the mode and median.
-i Only return the integer portion of the final sum. -I Only return the decimal portion of the final sum -m Find the mode (most occuring) of the list of numbers, or when there's more than one mode, the first completed mode. -M Find the median (middle number) of the list of numbers. -l When finding the median and the count of numbers in the set is even, use the lower middle number instead of the upper middle number. -h Help: You're looking at it. -V Increase verbosity. -d Debug mode. For developers
numbound\|(1), numinterval\|(1), numnormalize\|(1), numgrep\|(1), numprocess\|(1), numsum\|(1), numrandom\|(1), numrange\|(1), numround\|(1)
numaverage is part of the num-utils package, which is copyrighted by Suso Banderas and released under the \s-1GPL\s0 license. Please read the \s-1COPYING\s0 and \s-1LICENSE\s0 files that came with the num-utils package
Developers can read the GOALS file and contact me about providing submitions or help for the project.
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