> > I have a not very statistical query regarding the paper "A test for
Clusters" published in 1979 (Journal of Marketing Research, vol XVI,
november 1979, 54551). I would like to apply Arnold's test to my data. I
have finally got hold of a copy of the paper, but it is the fudgiest paper
ever! Typically, the most incomprehensible part is the end of page 548,
where the two key functions are given. This is what I can recover (?
indicate values which I cannot read):
> >
> > C(unimodal)= [e^(0.?6???)*g^(0.???42)*p^(0.21011)*a^(0.13??)]/N^(0.2972)
> > C(uniform)=[e^(0.?????)*g^(0.89510)*p^(0.138??)*a^(0.163??)]/N^(0.236)
I hope this would help:
C(unimodal)= [e^(0.06239)*g^(0.95242)*p^(0.21011)*a^(0.13389)]/N^(0.29723)
C(uniform)=[e^(0.08664)*g^(0.89510)*p^(0.13896)*a^(0.16356)]/N^(0.23672)
Please let me know if you want the whole paper emailed (~700kb).
Pawel
