The probability and maximum separation of the cumulative distribution function is written for each comparison (at the normal reporting level). The mean value of the consistent data and its error are also reported. In all cases the consistent data can be output to a new dataset. The statistics and probabilities are written to results parameters.
It may be a list of NDF names or direction specifications separated by commas. If a list is supplied on the command line, the list must be enclosed in double quotes. NDF names may include the regular expressions (" ", "?", "[a-z]" etc.). Indirection may occur through text files (nested up to seven deep). The indirection character is " ". If extra prompt lines are required, append the continuation character "-" to the end of the line. Comments in the indirection file begin with the character "#".
The following applies to all the examples. If the reference
dataset and a comparison subsample are consistent, the two
merge to form an expanded reference dataset, which is then
used for the next comparison. Details of the comparisons are
KAPPA --- Kernel Application Package